Studies in the Department of Electronic Computer Systems Engineering, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, cover subjects related to science and technology of Computer Systems (Software – Hardware) and the application techniques of Computer Systems in areas such as communications, industry, etc. In particular, the undergraduate program covers microelectronics, development-design-implementation of software and hardware in communications, industry, robotics, medicine and education.
The purpose of the undergraduate course is to educate students with emphasis on the creation of appropriate infrastructure, so that they are able to adapt to the constantly changing field of scientific and technological evolution. Also, it develops the skills for responding to the rapid changes in exercise of the profession of Engineer of Electronic Computer Systems. In particular, the undergraduate program in the Department of Computer Systems Engineering promotes:
- The acquisition of basic knowledge and expertise in computer science to meet the professional challenges and adapt to the constantly changing field of scientific and technological developments.
- The development of necessary skills of Computer Systems Engineering on the analysis, design, development, implementation and maintenance in various professional fields of computer systems.
- The development of the analytical and synthetic capacity of the students to meet the challenges of their specialty.
- The preparation of students for professional careers in industry, IT companies, education, public sector organizations.
- Design, construction, maintenance, and supervision Computer systems operation.
- Management of telecommunication and information systems and systems for processing, storing, retrieving and transmitting information in any form.
- Development and maintenance of software systems with applications in Telematics, Medicine and Multimedia.
- Implement training programs in information technology, telecommunication systems and networks.
- Applied Research on Information Technologies and Communications.