Master in Applied Informatics
Vytautas Magnus University
EUR 5,157 / per year
01 Jun 2023*
Earliest start date
* for applicants from non-EU/EFTA Countries
The aim of the Applied Informatics programme is to prepare broad-minded highly qualified information technology (IT) specialists, capable of:
- performing analysis of (big) data (text, signals, multimedia, etc.) by applying data mining techniques and tools, designing, developing, and deploying data analytics solutions;
- formalizing, modeling, and simulating complex systems and business processes, designing and deploying artificial intelligence-based systems and applications;
- performing R&D activities in an industrial or academic setting, pursuing a doctoral degree in Lithuanian and foreign universities and research institutions.
Graduates of the study programme will be able to:
- Apply knowledge of the design and implementation of innovative artificial intelligence-based systems in different domains;
- Apply knowledge of advanced (emerging) IT techniques for the development, deployment, and maintenance of business IT systems, estimate their demand, impact, and relevance to users, enterprise,s and organizations;
- Perform interdisciplinary R&D in data analysis and modeling and apply research results in practical applications;
- Perform interdisciplinary R&D in systems and business processes analysis and modeling, apply research results in practical applications;
- Analyse and process language, multimedia, and business data;
- Apply parallel programming skills for the development of concurrent distributed and multi-core/-processor systems;
- Design innovative multiplatform services and applications, integrating intelligent, adaptive, and Cloud technologies;
- Clearly and convincingly present problems and suggested solutions to experts and non-experts, using ground knowledge, reasoning, relevant presentation tools, media, and methods, in a second language, if required;
- Professionally communicate, collaborate, and lead multidisciplinary teams in IT projects;
- Plan self-learning and improve personal performance as a foundation for lifelong learning and ongoing professional development;
- Critically analyze the context of informatics projects and their influence on business, culture, and society;
- Adapt to the quickly changing cultural, economic, and technological environment.
Graduates of the Applied Informatics programme will be able to work:
- As software developers, software architects, analysts, consultants, projects, and department managers in different organizations, state institutions, and business units.
- As researchers, scientific workers, assistants, and lectors in science and education institutions.
- Continue studies in Ph.D. studies in informatics (Computer Science) or Computer Engineering.