Welcome to the Computer Science and Engineering website
The department was founded in 1999 with the Presidential
Decree 200/1999 and instruction started in the winter
semester of the academic year 1999-2000. The human
resources of the department comprise seventeen (17) permanent
members of Faculty, three (3) administrators at the secretariat
and approximately twenty (20) Scientific and Laboratory
Associates under contract.
Studies focus on the science and applications of information
technology, and organisation and administration of
information network and telecommunications.
The department delivers a postgraduate course leading to an
M.Sc in Network Computing in collaboration with Staffordshire
University, in the United Kingdom.
The graduates of the department have the theoretical and
technological knowledge and skills required for a professional
career in the competitive field of computing and are qualified
- pursue postgraduate studies in Greece or abroad,
- follow the rapid theoretical and technological advances in
their field of study, based on their background education,
- to work within their field of study either as freelancers or as
employees and executives in public and / or private
companies and organisations.
In particular, Computer Science and Engineering
graduates work as:
- Software Engineers in public or private office automation
services and / or in companies producing and marketing
- Systems Designers, Analysts and Administrators in Network
and Telecommunication Services.