Nanjing University of
Information Science & Technology

Undergraduate

Information and Computing Science
  • Program Code: 080605
  • Program Length: 4 years
  • Degree Type: Bachelor of Science

                                                                                                              

Brief Introduction:
Information and Computing Science is concerned with every aspect of the use of information and computing science in our daily lives. In real world we need computing science to solve practical problems in engineering such as launching a rocket and satellite, numerical weather prediction etc. we also need information science to solve such problems as artificial intelligent, pattern recognition etc.
Our courses embody the fundamentals of math, computing math and programming languages. Among them, math and computing math includes math analysis, advanced algebra, probability theory and statistics and numerical computing. In addition, programming languages include a wide range of languages such as C, C++ and Java.
Students choose this subject at NUIST because of the wide range of cutting edge technologies they can learn, including High Level Numerical Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Pattern Recognition, Digital Image Processing, and Application Software Development.

Course Content:
The course is divided into 4 academic years with each part comprising a number of modules as listed below (follow the links to find out more about each module).

Semester 1
Advanced Algebra
Mathematical Analysis
Analytical Geometry

Semester 2
Advanced Algebra II
Math Analysis II
C ++ Language Programming
College Physics I
College Physics Practice I

Semester 3
Math Analysis III
Ordinary Differential Equation
College PhysicsII

Semester 4
Complex Function
Discrete Math
Data Structure
Numerical Computing
Probability and Statistics
Information Theory
Java Programming
Matlab Programming

Semester 5
Numerical Computing II
Data Analysis
Coding Theory
Introduction to Database System
Partial Differential Equation
Operation and Optimum
Compiler theory

Semester 6
Digital Image Processing
Java Web Development
Operating System
Math Modeling
Combine math
Real Variable Function
Functional Analysis

Semester 7
Software Engineering
Computer Graphics
Modern Cryptography
Algorithm Analysis and Design

Semester 8
Produce Practice
Dissertation