BACHELOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCES
Certified Level II by the French government
Become an expert in hardware-software interactions, and understand how they perform in real-world settings.
The school offers specific programs based on practice and training with 60% of technical courses linked to general and economic basics:
As a student of Epsi, you will use MY DIL lab to develop software systems starting June 2018.
The EPSI undergraduate IT Program is a 3 year’s program which allows students to acquire general knowledge in skills across all IT skill sets (software development, database engineering, network security, project management, etc.).
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program focuses on the concepts and techniques used in the design and development of advanced software systems.
You’ll graduate with outstanding programming skills and the ability to design, implement, and maintain complex systems.
Please note a personal computer is requested to follow this program.
|Worshop 1 – Gaming Creation||10||2|
|HEP OnBoarding Workshop||8||2|
|Worshop 2 – Creativity & Innovation||10||2|
|Cross functional project: Development of an object oriented application using NAO||20||6|
|Algorithms and C language||20||2|
|Object oriented concepts / C++ Language||20||2|
|C++ Language (Fundamentals)||20||2|
|Cross functional project: development of a Web application||20||4|
|CU Development of a Web application|
|HTLM5 / CSS3||20||2|
|PHP and MySQL||20||2|
|Cross functional project: Implementation of a network system under linux OR Windows environment (to be chosen)||20||4|
|Network administration notions (IPV4 -IPV6 – firewalling)||20||2|
|Cross functional project: Implementation of a data basis under SQL Server||20||4|
|DB Exploitation: SQL Language under SQL Server||20||2|
|DB Implementation: SQL Language under SQL Server||20||2|
|DB Modeling: Merise and UML||20||2|
|Cross functional project: Implementation of a serious Intercultural Game||42||4|
|Intercultural relations (Introduction)||20||2|
|Communication and Intercultural approach||20||2|
|French as a foreign language (FLE)||40||2|
|Business communication in French||20||2|
|Professional development: Skill portfolio||2|
|Active member / Participation in campus life||2|
|Total Hours / Credits||450||60|
Graduates are in a strong position to gain employment as computing professionals in a number of fields which may include:
Graduates typically work for commercial organisations, software development companies, government departments, large computer organisations, and in research.