The time has come to jump on the bandwagon of one of the most sought-after and exciting professions in computer engineering and become a key player in the digital playground.
Algebra's bachelor course is ready to offer you a programme tailored and suited to the latest industry trends and internationally recognized standards. This means that with a diploma in Algebra, you’ll be ready to sail into corporate waters in Croatia and abroad almost immediately.
Upon receiving our diploma, you’ll know everything there is to know about software engineering, you’ll master the dominant object-oriented .NET and JAVA languages, learn how to programme, develop and manage complex apps and IT systems. Wherever you see your future, Agebra’s diploma is bound to put the wind in your sails.
Duration: 3 Years (180 ECTS Points)
When enrolling, students are able to choose their course schedules. Schedules are available as follows:
Since the range of knowledge tested in exams of the study programme often covers requirements set by particular industry certifications, students of Algebra University College will be able to take their exams in an authorized test centre during their studies.
Requirements related to admission to industry certification exams included in the tuition fee refer to the fulfilment of stipulated pre-certification requirements for each particular certification exam. Since Algebra has the status of a test centre for VUE and Prometric, students will be able to obtain certifications at their home institution.
Certifications available to students within the curriculum:
The professional study programme is completed by passing all exams and acquiring a minimum of 180 ECTS credits including the completion of professional practice and preparation of the final paper.
The professional title acquired is in accordance with Article 74 of the Act on Scientific Activity and Higher Education, consolidated text (Official Gazette, No. 123/03, 198/03, 105/04, 174/04, 02/07, 46/07, 45/09, 63/11, 94/13, 139/13 and 101/14) and the Act on Academic and Professional Titles and the Academic Degree (Official Gazette, No. 107/07 and 118/12).
By completing their studies, students acquire the professional title of Bachelor of Computer Engineering in the corresponding sub-specialization, which corresponds to the degree of Baccalaureus, B.Comp.Eng.
Classes are conducted during a period of six semesters or three years, with the sixth semester being dedicated mainly to the narrower professional guidance of students and the preparation of their final papers.
The duration of classes is 15 weeks per semester. The first semester and almost the entire second semester are common to all three sub-specializations/bachelor study programmes in the field of computer engineering, while mutual courses are present in other semesters as well, but in smaller numbers than during the first year of study. Classes are scheduled and adapted to the needs of students, especially of those students who work and study.
Professional practice, which can be used as a basis for the development of the final paper, can be completed in cooperation with renowned employers in the Republic of Croatia or in the EU through funding from the Erasmus program.
Algebra University College signed a partnership agreement with Goldsmiths, University of London in January 2022.
Through this partnership, Algebra University College offers the next generation of its students the possibility to study in English on bachelor and graduate study programmes in the fields of computing, design and management, validated by Goldsmiths, University of London.
Students who complete one of these validated programmes will receive a Dual Degree from Algebra University College and Goldsmiths, University of London.
“The computing programmes offer students a high degree of flexibility and innovation which allows the programmes to stay up-to-date and competitive in the market. The way Algebra staff apply their own practice to learning and teaching is a real strength.” Dr Jennifer George, Head of Goldsmiths Computing Department
About Goldsmiths, University of London
Goldsmiths, University of London is a world-class public research university based in London, combining academic excellence with creative and innovative approaches to teaching and learning.
Founded in 1891, and part of the prestigious University of London since 1904, today Goldsmiths comprises 20 academic departments specialising in the arts, humanities, social sciences, cultural studies, computing, and entrepreneurial business and management.
Goldsmiths is ranked among the top 500 best universities in the world according to QS World University Rankings – the most relevant world university ranking list – with eight of its academic departments in the world's top 50 and four in the world's top 20.