study programme

Telecommunication and Information Systems

Original title in Czech: Telekomunikační a informační systémyFaculty: FEECAbbreviation: BKC-TLIAcad. year: 2024/2025

Type of study programme: Bachelor's

Study programme code: B0714A060005

Degree awarded: Bc.

Language of instruction: Czech

Accreditation: 1.5.2018 - 1.5.2028

Profile of the programme

Academically oriented

Mode of study

Combined study

Standard study length

3 years

Programme supervisor

Degree Programme Board

Fields of education

Area Topic Share [%]
Electrical Engineering Without thematic area 100

Study aims

The study program Telecommunication and Information Systems offers a university study in the field of electrical engineering with a closer focus on the issues of traditional and mobile communications, intelligent networks and the Internet of Things. The aim is to acquaint students
- with the basic principles and methods of mathematics, electrical engineering and circuit theory, physics, with the basics of working with electrical measuring instruments,
- acquire basic application knowledge of analog technology and the use of integrated analog circuits in specific applications,
- an overview of the basic types and structures of communication networks intended for the transmission of calls, data and images, as well as in techniques for the transmission of other information,
- with the areas of telecommunication networks, especially data networks (architecture, communication techniques, methods of information transmission and routing, principles of sharing network resources, means of service implementation, network management),
- with the basics of digital circuits and teach them practical procedures for the design of circuit connections of combinational, asynchronous and synchronous digital systems,
- with the basics of cryptography, information and communication security,
- with the principle of operation and the use of analogue and digital sound equipment, computer sound processing systems and their installation in sound studios,
- processing of acoustic signals from their origin through the transformation into an electrical signal and back to the acoustic signal to the final auditory perception of the listener.
The aim is to provide students with practical experience and basic theoretical knowledge about multimedia communication services in current transmission networks.
A partial goal is also the preparation of students for follow-up master's studies.

Graduate profile

The graduate of the study program Telecommunication and Information Systems will gain, thanks to a suitable combination of knowledge from telecommunications, informatics and electrical engineering, broader knowledge from the whole field of information and communication technologies. The graduate has quality knowledge and skills in the field of communication and information equipment or systems, acquires theoretical foundations and expertise in mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, measurement, applied informatics, digital technology, basic knowledge for description, analysis and design of combinational and sequential logic networks in digital systems, theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of sensors and methods of measuring the most frequent non-electrical quantities, including the design of the concept of measurement, processing and evaluation of results. He will gain theoretical foundations in the field of cryptography and computer security, as well as specific application knowledge of the construction of electronic devices with an emphasis on understanding the physical nature of the problems discussed.
The graduate will be able
- describe the properties of electrical circuit elements and their models and apply the basic circuit laws in the analysis of linear and nonlinear electrical circuits, describe the basic properties of digital circuits and design any system of combination technology,
- describe and explain basic communication models and methods of information transmission, basic network structures, express their performance parameters, general architecture of systems communication, describe basic principles of multiple use of transmission paths and methods of two-way communication, explain operation of physical, link and network layers of transmission systems, describe selected tasks and protocols of the application layer of transmission systems.
- distinguish the context of solutions of access and transport networks and their means, apply analog and digital modulations, explain the concepts of sampling, quantization and coding, discuss the sampling theorem,
- competently analyze and design security solutions for information and communication systems,
- describe types of operating systems, define kernel and system calls, process and thread,
- describe completely the issue of acoustic signal transmission,
- explain the principles of operation of PZS and EPS systems and detectors, video surveillance systems, access and electronic payment systems,
- understand and describe the basic elements of microprocessor systems, design embedded devices, controlled by n-bit microcontroller, test the function of microprocessor systems, analyze the numerical complexity of digital data processing algorithms, program basic control algorithms in symbolic address language and C language, technically use microprocessor circuits,
- design power distribution lines and their blocking, implement shielding of critical parts of the equipment,
- describe the principles and internal architecture of active elements of communication networks,
- describe the general mobile communication system and explain the function of the individual blocks,
- explain the fundamental differences between commercial mobile networks and proprietary technologies for the transmission of M2M data within IIoT (Industry Internet of Things) and Industry 4.0.
The graduate will be able to
- express the spectrum of the sampled signal, measure the parameters of converged networks, set up a SIP exchange and digital transmission equipment, orient oneself in higher-order systems, evaluate the development of converged networks,
- apply the acquired knowledge and skills in the field of digital signal processing in the management, maintenance, design of large networks using different types of transmission media,
- operate common security systems, design a simple PZS system,
- apply knowledge of control mechanisms and protocols in the basic setting and control of current network elements.The graduates will have necessary theoretical knowledge of mathematics, computer science, cryptography, economy and law, particularly of those areas connected with the design, operation and administration of information and communication systems. In the higher grades, the theoretical knowledge is extended by practical courses focused on gaining skills necessary for the operation of modern information technologies. The graduates will be able to apply this knowledge with respect to actual state of legislation and economic aspects of security products developed. The complex approach covering all aspects of modern information security makes it possible to provide students with education necessary not only for purely technical positions, but also for management and economical positions. The development of students’ language skills is also a strong priority, in particular the professional English is taught.

Profession characteristics

Graduates of the study program will find employment in the labor market mainly in technical positions focused on the design, construction and management of information and communication systems, such as telecommunications companies, operators or service providers in traditional and mobile communication networks, Internet connection providers and services and other entities. dealing with applied informatics, including the design and implementation of information systems. In all these areas, they are also able to perform lower technical-managerial and managerial functions. Highly practically oriented university education enables the deployment of graduates in production, operational or service technical practice. Emphasis is also placed on the language preparation of students, especially on professional English.

Study plan creation

Courses are evaluated according to ECTS credits. The credit expresses an approximate weekly student's workload for the course. Credits for a given course are obtained after the prescribed completion, i.e. after awarding a credit, classified credit, or by passing an exam under the conditions of the BUT Rules of Study and Examination, the internal standard of the Rules for Organization of Studies at FEEC and the composition and content individually defined in each course.

In a three-year bachelor study, the student must earn at least 180 credits in the specified credit composition:
135 credits in compulsory courses,
34 credits in specified groups of compulsory elective (PV) courses,
9 credits in elective courses.

Obligatory courses are usually completed by the student in semesters and years as stated in the curriculum. If a student fails to complete a compulsory course in the prescribed manner, he / she must register it again in the following year of his / her studies.
Compulsory elective courses of profiling fundamentals (PVA) are field-oriented professional courses that profile the student into narrower areas of his / her interests.
Other compulsory (PVB) courses are other professional courses included in the offers of the departments of FEEC BUT. Their goal is to extend students' professional knowledge.
The student chooses to select PV courses in individual semesters so that at the end of his / her bachelor's degree he / she has at least the prescribed minimum of credits in each group of PV courses, while not obtaining the minimum number of credits in one group of PV courses cannot be compensated by exceeding the number of credits obtained in another group of PV courses.
During the study, students must complete two English courses (English for Bachelors, English for Electrical Engineering).
Elective courses extend the general knowledge of students. Courses are chosen by the student himself or herself from a full-faculty offer (FEEC departments) or from the other faculties of VUT (so-called free courses) and can pass them in any year or semester of bachelor study. Elective courses include Physical Education. If a student has not successfully completed an elective course, he / she may or may not write another academic year in the next academic year.
Students must obtain the corresponding electrotechnic qualification at the beginning of their study.

Availability for the disabled

All lecture rooms at the FEEC BUT allow disabled access; students, however, must meet the medical standards to acquire the necessary electrotechnical qualifications. In laboratory classes and practicals, students are required to independently operate measuring instruments and related equipment without endangering human health or damaging property.

What degree programme types may have preceded

The graduates may continue in a master's study programme.

Course structure diagram with ECTS credits

1. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-EL1Electrical Engineering 1cs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 13 / CPP - 13no
BKC-FY1Physics 1cs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / COZ - 7 / Cp - 6 / L - 26no
BKC-MA1Mathematics 1cs7CompulsoryCr,ExP - 52 / CPP - 22 / PR - 4no
BKC-MPEMaterials for Electrotechnicscs3CompulsoryCr,ExP - 14 / COZ - 12 / L - 14no
BKC-PC1TComputers and Programming 1cs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 26no
BKC-TDETechnical Documentationcs3CompulsoryGCrP - 12 / Cp - 26no
BKC-FYSSeminar of Physicscs2ElectiveCrCOZ - 26no
BKC-MASMathematical Seminarcs2ElectiveCrCOZ - 14 / CPP - 12no
1. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-ESOTElectronic Devicescs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 13 / COZ - 13 / L - 26no
BKC-EL2Electrical Engineering 2cs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 20 / CPP - 19no
BKC-FY2Physics 2cs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 39 / COZ - 7 / Cp - 6 / L - 13no
BKC-MA2Mathematics 2cs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 39 / COZ - 6 / CPP - 14 / PR - 6no
BKC-PISFundamentals of Information and Communication Technologiescs2CompulsoryCrL - 26no
BKC-AN4English for Bachelors 2cs2Compulsory-optionalExCj - 261yes
BKC-AEIEnglish for Electrotechnical Engineeringcs, en2Compulsory-optionalExCj - 261yes
2. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-ANAAnalog Technologycs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / COZ - 12 / Cp - 12 / L - 14yes
BKC-ASIAnalysis of Signals and Systemscs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 39 / Cp - 26 / L - 12yes
BKC-KOMCommunication Technologycs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 39yes
BKC-MA3Mathematics 3cs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / COZ - 4 / CPP - 18 / PR - 4yes
BKC-MVAMeasurement in Electrical Engineeringcs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 26yes
2. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-ARSNetwork Architecturecs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 26yes
BKC-DAKData Communicationcs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 12 / L - 14yes
BKC-DE1Digital Electronics 1cs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 13 / Cp - 26 / L - 13yes
BKC-PC2TComputers and Programming 2cs5CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 26yes
BKC-PRMTransmission Mediacs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
3. year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-MDSMultimedia Servicescs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 26yes
BKC-PTSAccess and Transport Networkscs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / L - 26yes
BKC-B2TSemestral Thesiscs1CompulsoryGCrK - 1yes
BKC-ZKRFoundations of Cryptographycs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 39yes
BKC-ZSYSecurity Systemscs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
BKC-ZSGIntroduction to Computer Typography and Graphicscs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 261yes
3. year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-BCTBachelor Thesiscs5CompulsoryCrVB - 52yes
BKC-SOSNetwork Operating Systemscs6CompulsoryCr,ExP - 26 / Cp - 26yes
BKC-HWSHardware of Computer Networkscs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
BKC-IOTCommunication Systems for IoTcs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
BKC-KEZDesign of Electronic Devicescs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
BKC-MKOMobile Communicationcs5Compulsory-optionalCr,ExP - 26 / L - 261yes
Any year of study, winter semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
BKC-AN4English for Bachelors 2cs2Compulsory-optionalExCj - 261yes
BKC-AEIEnglish for Electrotechnical Engineeringcs, en2Compulsory-optionalExCj - 261yes
XPC-CA1CISCO Academy 1 - CCNAcs3ElectiveExP - 26 / L - 52yes
XPC-CA3CISCO Academy 3 - CCNAcs3ElectiveExP - 26 / L - 52yes
XPC-CA5CISCO Academy 5 - CCNPcs3ElectiveExL - 52yes
XPC-EPOProfessional Ethicscs2ElectiveCrP - 26yes
XPC-LADLaboratory Didacticscs0ElectiveCrP - 13no
BKC-MEPMicroelectronic Practicecs2ElectiveCrL - 26yes
BPC-OPTPractical Trainingcs4ElectiveCrPX - 26no
BPC-MEMComputer Modeling of Electrical Devices and Componentscs3ElectiveGCrP - 26 / Cp - 26no
XPC-POMManagement Minimumcs4ElectiveCrP - 26 / COZ - 26yes
XPC-POUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingcs4ElectiveExP - 26 / COZ - 26yes
BPC-VPASelected parts from mathematics I.cs5ElectiveExP - 26 / COZ - 12 / CPP - 14yes
Any year of study, summer semester
AbbreviationTitleL.Cr.Com.Compl.Hr. rangeGr.Op.
XPC-CASCISCO Academy - Network Securitycs3ElectiveExL - 52yes
XPC-CA2CISCO Academy 2 - CCNAcs3ElectiveExP - 26 / L - 52yes
XPC-CA4CISCO Academy 4 - CCNPcs3ElectiveExL - 52yes
XPC-EPOProfessional Ethicscs2ElectiveCrP - 26yes
XPC-POUDouble-Entry Bookkeepingcs4ElectiveExP - 26 / COZ - 26yes
BKC-STERecording Studio Technologycs6ElectiveCr,ExP - 26 / L - 39no
XPC-PZESelected Topics of Electrical Engineering in Englishcs3ElectiveGCrP - 13 / COZ - 13yes
XPC-VPMSelected parts from mathematics II.cs5ElectiveExP - 26 / COZ - 12 / CPP - 14yes
All the groups of optional courses
Gr. Number of ECTS credits Courses
1 15 cr - 20 cr BKC-HWS (5 cr), BKC-IOT (5 cr), BKC-KEZ (5 cr), BKC-MKO (5 cr)
1 10 cr BKC-ZSY (5 cr), BKC-ZSG (5 cr)
1 5 cr BKC-PRM (5 cr)
1 4 cr BKC-AN4 (2 cr), BKC-AEI (2 cr)
1 4 cr BKC-AN4 (2 cr), BKC-AEI (2 cr)