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Final exam - bachelor study

Form of the state final exam

The final state examination consists of the defense of a bachelor's thesis and an oral examination. Each part is evaluated with a separate mark. If a student succeeds in only one of these two parts, he / she repeats only the part in which he / she had the evaluation "failed".

From the spring 2017 semester, the obligation to repeat the SZZ according to Measures of the Dean on the repetition of the bachelor's state final examination

The oral exam takes place in front of a committee. During the exam, the student's task is to respond to the questions of the commission from two randomly drawn questions (one theoretical and the other practical; in the fields of SOCI and INVS, one question is computer science and the other field).

In the case of negative opinions on the bachelor's thesis, the student can give up the defense, accept the evaluation "failed" and go straight to the examination. In case of unsuccessful defense, it is not possible to withdraw from the examination.

The reason for failing the bachelor's state exams is:

  • The student is unable to explain (even intuitively) any of the terms explicitly mentioned in the wording of the question.
  • The student is able to formulate definitions of terms, but is not able to use them in practice even on an elementary example.
  • The student knows the terms explicitly stated in the wording of the question, but all only at a superficial level, is not able to respond to supplementary questions.
  • Ignorance from one question (ie knowledge to level F) cannot be balanced by brilliant knowledge from another question.

Language: Examination is in Czech or Slovak. The work written in English can be defended in English.

Time schedule: The state bachelor's exam consists of the defense of the bachelor's thesis and an oral exam. The entire state exam takes 35 minutes (approximately 15 minutes defense, 20 minutes examination). The student has 8 minutes for the presentation of the bachelor's thesis, another 7 minutes is devoted to the analysis of reviews and discussion.

Questions for the final state exam

Study programs divided into fields (study started before semester Autumn 2019)

Program Field Questions
Applied Informatics Informatics in public administration INVS questions
Applied Informatics Social informatics SOCI questions
Informatics and the second field Informatics and the second field IC issues
Informatics / Applied Informatics All other fields Questions Common ground

Study programs accredited from the academic year 2019/2020

Program Study plan Questions
Informatics single major major minor INF questions
Application programming and development single major PVA issues
Cybersecurity single major CSC questions
Informatics in education minor IVV issues