Science / Bachelor's degree programme

General information for the a.y. 2022-2023

Disciplinary areaScience
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Programmato Limited access, see call for applications
Language Taught in Italian
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations
Call for Application / Short list Ammissione al Corso di Laurea di Informatica per l’anno accademico 2022/2023- Avviso per procedura di assegnazione di posti vacanti
Esito delle valutazioni per l’ammissione ad anni successivi al primo del Corso di Laurea di Informatica A.A. 2022-2023
Graduatoria di ammissione al corso di Laurea in Informatica. A.A.2022-2023 II Edizione
Bando di ammissione al Corso di Laurea in Informatica (Classe - L-31) - II Edizione - A.A.2022-2023
Extract of the Call for applications to the Bachelor's Degree Programme in INFORMATICS (Class L-31)
Bando di ammissione al Corso di Laurea in Informatica (Classe - L-31) A.A.2022-2023


IT is a pervasive discipline in our society, it exists in companies operating in various sectors (manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, tourism, etc.) and in everyday life when we use technologic devices such as smartphones or tablets, or applications that have become essential, including the Web, for instance. The recent pandemic has demonstrated that these new technologies are critical to carry out activities within a context in which traditional methods may no longer be implemented. For instance, schools and universities have been able to continue providing classes during the lockdown period thanks to the new e-conference platforms. In addition, new technologies and applications are continuously being designed and developed; that is why IT graduates are, and for ever will be, among the most needed professionals in the labour market. The Degree Programme in Informatics of Modena is a young programme that aims to train graduates to acquire high skills for the design and development of IT tools.

Course content

Over 70% of the teachings belong to IT/calculation disciplines. Basic training is ensured by 4 teachings in Mathematics and 1 in Physics. The activities that can be freely chosen (12 CFUs) allow for a strong customisation of the training path. Internships can be carried out within the university or with local private companies or bodies. English courses and a final test complete the activity offer. The more specialized IT teachings provide a solid grounding in different areas of computer science (algorithms, computer architectures, operating systems, networks, data bases) with still a clear emphasis on software design and development. Students will study several programming languages featuring different paradigms and application fields (C, C++, Java, Python, ...) by mainly using methodologies such as workshops, practical exercises, individual and group projects aimed to develop real applications.

Career options

Computer Science graduates will find immediate employment as software designer and implementer (primarily) and as network and systems managers. Both professions can be performed within software houses, public administration offices, or in non-ICT firms requiring personnel to manage their information systems. The skills attained, mainly on open source tools, as well as the practical experience in developing projects implemented within the teachings allow graduates to work as self- employed computer experts or consultants. The Bachelor's Degree in Informatics allows graduates to access the relevant Master's Degree Programme. By appropriately choosing the free exams, graduates may also enrol in other Master's Degree Programme without credit obligations.

More information

Course Director
prof. Riccardo Martoglia
prof. Mauro Leoncini

The course is managed by the Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics