Study program titleTechnology of information systems and cybernet safety
State code of the study program653E15008
Study program code according to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED)52152
Study areaTechnological sciences
Field of studyComputer Science Engineering
Branch of study fieldInformation systems engineering
Area of educationEngineering and engineering professions
Education subdivisionElectronics and Automation
Type of studyCollege studies
Type of study programDegree study program
Study cycleFirst cycle of studies (professional bachelor)
Study program languageLithuanian
Qualification grantedProfessional Bachelor of Information Systems Engineering
Qualification degree attributesQualification degree in the main field
Title and code of diploma (certificate)Professional Bachelor’s Degree, Code 6618
Minimum education requiredUpper secondary education
Study volume in credits and form (duration in years)180 credits, full-time studies 3 (years), part-time studies 4 (years)
Institution, code, website addressPublic institution Marijampole College, code 211967140,
Place of study programP. Armino St. 92-4,

LT-68125 Marijampole

Institution carrying out the evaluation, yearCenter for Quality Assessment in Higher Education, 2012
Accreditating body, term of accreditationStudy Quality Assessment Center, 31/08/2016
Accreditation OrderOrder of the Director of the Center for Quality Assessment in Higher Education April 4, 2012 No. SV6-16
Lithuanian Qualifications Framework Level6
European Qualifications Framework level6
Code of study program financial group2.3
Price2500 Eur / 1 year

General description

Study program objective (s):

To train competent professionals with a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, capable of designing and maintaining a high level of information systems for organizations, operating and maintaining hardware and software for computers and systems, designing, maintaining and managing computer networks, designing and maintaining computerized business information, electronic commerce systems in a private or in a public organization; to develop a creative minded specialist who can communicate, work in a team, and be accountable for his or her performance.

Study results:

Graduates will be able to:

  1. To operate the hardware and software of computers and their systems.
  2. To operate computer and their system peripheral equipment.
  3. To operate and administrate computer networks.
  4. To analyze the need of information technologies and possibilities of their application in the organization.
  5. To implement and operate information systems in company activities.
  6. Develop software solutions that meet user needs.
  7. Create and manage websites.
  8. Know the legislation governing the chosen area of business, information protection laws, copyright and related rights laws.
  9. Organize your work responsibly and independently and work in a team.

Teaching and learning activities:

Lectures, practical classes, laboratory works, seminars, group work, individual work, presentations, discussions, coursework, final work. Innovative student-centered teaching and learning methods are used.

Methods of evaluating study results:

The main way of assessing subject studies is cumulative assessment. The components of cumulative assessment assess certain study outcomes provided in the study subject program. The final mark consists of the cumulative assessment components defined in the subject program: mid-term marks, practical tasks, independent work, examination. The percentage of these cumulative assessment components is determined in the study subject description. The student’s knowledge and skills are graded from 1 to 10.

Chair of the Study Program Committee Vilma Riškevičienė, tel. 8-686-11264, email:

Programme structure

Study subjects, practice:

Information Systems Technology study program consists of the following parts:

General subjects of college studies – 15 cr. (Professional foreign language, language culture and professional ethics, law, information technology).

Study field subjects – 96 cr. (programming, mathematics, internet technology, physics, engineering and computer graphics, discrete mathematics, computer architecture and operating systems, electrical engineering, PHP programming, computer networks, multimedia technologies, object-oriented programming, information systems and databases, software engineering, component technologies in information systems, project management systems, business and management basics, digital security, health and safety)

Professional Practice – 30 cr. (Computer Graphics and Programming Practice, Computer Networking and Operating System Practice, Specialty Skills and Final Practice)

Elective subjects – 9 cr. 

Alternatively Electives – 21 cr. (Alternative Choice I (Web Systems Programming, Embedded Systems), Alternative Choice II (IT Service Management by ITIL Standards, Business Project Information Technology, Geographic IS), Alternative Choice III (Mobile Application Development, Interactive Multimedia Components)).

Study program’s distinctive features:

Innovative student-centered teaching and learning methods are used.

Further study and career opportunities

Career opportunities:

With a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Engineering, individuals can work as Information Systems Engineers in a variety of business, private or governmental organizations, as well as Project Managers, subdivision Managers, Information Systems Developers, Database Administrators, and Computer Network Administrators.

Further study opportunities:

After completing the degree program in Information Systems Technology at the college, you can continue your studies at universities through the degree programs in Computer Science Engineering in the field of Higher Education.