VNU general courses: 35 credits The Fundamental Principles of Marxism-Leninism 1 (2 credits) The Fundamental Principles of Marxism-Leninism 2 (3 credits) Ho Chi Minh Ideology (2 credits) The Revolutionary Line of the Communist Party of Vietnam (3 credits) English for Academic Purposes 1 (4 credits) English for Academic Purposes 2 (3 credits) English for Specific Purposes 1 (4 credits) English for Specific Purposes 2 (3 credits) Introduction to Informatics 2 (3 credits) Physical Education (4 credits) National Defence Education (8 credits) Soft skills (3 credits) Russian 1A (4 credits) Russian 1B (4 credits) General knowledge of the field: 17 credits Algebra and analytic geometry (3 credits) Mathematical analysis 1 (4 credits) Mathematical analysis 2 (3 credits) Physics 1 (4 credits) Physics 2 (3 credits) General knowledge of the discipline: 15 credits Mathematical logic and theory of algorithms (3 credits) Theory of probability and mathematical statistics (3 credits) Computational methods (3 credits) Theory of signals (3 credits) Programming 1 (3 credits) Fundamental courses: 29 credits Required Courses: 25 credits Programming 2 (3 credits) Discrete mathematics (3 credits) Electrical engineering (3 credits) Electronics (3 credits) Fundamentals of the theory of computing systems (3 credits) Operating systems (3 credits) System software (2 credits) Databases (3 credits) Computer systems (2 credits) Elective Courses: 4/8 credits Descriptive geometry and engineering graphics (2 credits) Fundamentals of the theory of control (2 credits) Legal, ethical, social environment of business (2 credits) Intellectual property rights (2 credits) Specialized courses: 46 credits Required courses: 23 credits Digital signal processing (3 credits) Programming technology (3 credits) Digital circuitry (3 credits) Microprocessor systems (3 credits) Networks and telecommunications (2 credits) Transmission of information (2 credits) Computer memory devices (2 credits) Local area networks (2 credits) Simulation of digital circuits (3 credits) Elective Courses: 10/20 credits Information security (2 credits) Computers and peripheral devices (2 credits) Metrology, standardization and certification (2 credits) Modeling (2 credits) Fundamentals of the theory of reliability (2 credits) Measurement and control by computer (2 credits) Embedded systems and microcontrollers (2 credits Communication and coding (2 credits) Software technology (2 credits) Testing and quality assurance of software (2 credits) Supportive courses: 4/8 credits Engineering and computer graphics (2 credits) Distributed calculations (2 credits) Research methods (2 credits) Leadership and team building (2 credits) Internship and graduation project: 9 credits Internship (4 credits) Graduation project (5 credits)
INFORMATIC AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
The Informatics and Computer Engineering program is developed by VNU-IS and Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Russia). From the 2nd year onwards, students will have the transfer opportunity to study at MPEI in Moscow, Russia. and received a Bachelor’s degree in Informatics and Computer Engineering according to the national standards in Russia.
|Duration||4 years (8 semesters)|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Mode of study||Full time at VNU-IS|
|Degree||Bachelor of Informatics and Computer Engineering by Vietnam National University, Hanoi|
|Tuition fee (USD/course)||7,200 (USD900/5-month semester)|
Why should you choose this program?
- An international standard training program
- All-English speaking study environment; 20-30% training modules taught by prestigious foreign professors
- Student life is so exciting and be integrated with international student community through global exchange programs
- Wide range of extra-curriculum activities, experiential learning and internship programs in VNU-IS’s partner companies/organizations to participate in
- Variety of valuable scholarships from VNU-IS and foreign universities
- More than 40% students from VNU-IS get jobs before graduation (According to result of an independent survey from Vinatest, 2018)