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The Department of Digital Systems offers a four-year Undergraduate Programme in “Digital Systems” (240 ECTSs), two Postgraduate Programmes in “Technology Education and Digital Systems” (90 ECTSs) and in “Techno-economic Management and Digital Systems Security” (90 ECTSs) and Ph.D. studies.

Undergraduate Programme in “Digital Systems”
This is a four-year undergraduate programme in “Digital Systems” (240 ECTSs) with two areas of study:

  • e-Services
  • Communication Systems and Networks

Postgraduate Programme in “Digital Systems & Services”
This is a postgraduate programme leading to a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) of 90 ECTSs in one of following areas of study:

  • Advanced Information Systems
  • Big Data and Analytics
  • IT Governance

Postgraduate Programme in “e-Learning”
This is a postgraduate programme leading to a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) of 90 ECTSs in the area of study “e-Learning”.

Postgraduate Programme in “Digital Communications & Networks”
This is a postgraduate programme leading to a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) of 90 ECTSs in the area of study “Digital Communications & Networks”.

Postgraduate Programme in “Digital Systems Security”
This is a postgraduate programme leading to a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) of 90 ECTSs in the area of study “Digital Systems Security”.

Postgraduate Programme in “Techno-economic Management of Telecommunication Systems”
This is a postgraduate programme leading to a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) of 90 ECTSs in the area of study “Techno-economic Management of Telecommunication Systems”.

Inter – University Postgraduate Programme “Health Care Management – Health Informatics”
The Department of Digital Systems participates in the Inter – University Postgraduate Programme «Health Care Management – Health Informatics».

Ph.D. Programme
This is a research programme leading to a Ph.D. degree in the following main areas:

  • Network-Oriented Systems and Services
  • Digital Health Services
  • Telecommunication Networks and Integrated Services
  • Security Systems
  • Intelligent Systems and Multimedia Technologies
  • Telecommunication Systems
  • Technology – Enhanced Learning