Welcome to the site section where we will clarify the organization and the educational offer provided by the Undergraduate Programme in Computer Science from the University of Genoa.
To access the Bachelor's Degree (Class L - 31 ) it is necessary to have a high school degree.
The Bachelor's degree in Computer Science ( Class L - 31 ) is organized in two curricula , where the first year in common. The two tracks share a core set of courses providing background in discrete mathematics, differential and integral calculus and common basic skills needed in computer science, including the basics of programming, algorithms, computer architectures, operating systems , databases, computer networks and software engineering .
- Methodological Curriculum oriented mainly to continuing studying towards higher level degree. It provides a solid basic training to those who want to continue their studies with the Master's Degree.
- Professional Curriculum dedicated to a rapid integration into the job market, in the domain of information and communications technology. It provides sufficient background and skills in technological aspects related to the design and development of software systems.
Credits distribution in the two curricula of Bachelor's Degree
More information on these links below:
- Information on teachers , teaching , schedules , exams , and final tests: http://informatica.dibris.unige.it/docenti-corsi-orari-esami.html
- Orientation and disclosure : http://informatica.dibris.unige.it/docenti-corsi-orari-esami.html
- Relations with territory, internships: http://informatica.dibris.unige.it/rapporti-con-il-territorio.html
- Study abroad: http://informatica.dibris.unige.it/studiare-allestero.html
Bachelor 's Degree
|First period (September-December)||Second Period (February-May)|
|Introduction to Computer Programming||12||72 + lab||Algorithms and Data Structures||12||52+ 20 lab|
|Elements of Mathematics and Logic||12||96||Computer Architecture and Organization||12||96|
|Differential and Integral Calculus||6||48||Preparation for English Certification||6||60|
CFU : a University Educational Credit corresponds to 25 hours of work for the student, including lessons individual study, and any additional activity.
COHORT/COORTE : corresponds to the academic year of first enrollment/registration in a course of study
Academic Regulations of the academic year of first registration , defines the requirements and procedures for registration , training activities , and the organization of the three-year studies .
The degree program provides detailed information on a course of study limited to a particular academic year , regardless of the date of registration . The Manifesto complete the information in the Academic Regulations and the general part of the ICT School Manifesto.