Information Technology impact level perception of Students at Electrical Engineering Faculty in East Sarajevo

9th International Scientific Conference Technics and Informatics in Education – TIE 2022 (2022) стр. 283-288

АУТОР(И): Srđan Nogo, Nikola Davidović, Radmilo Borovina

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DOI: 10.46793/TIE22.283N


The paper investigates status of Information Technology (IT) impact level perception of students studying at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in East Sarajevo. Competitiveness on the labour market of the future graduated engineers are narrowly related to their level of competences and possible adoption of skills in teaching process. This paper includes the results of a research involving all students in the Computer Science and Informatics program at our university, starting from first year of studies up to fourth year. Three areas have been identified as additional value for the students during the teaching process at the faculty. The focus was on the student’s perception of professional IT skills that they have to adopt before their first employment. Based on the research results, amending of current curriculum of the Computer Science and Informatics program at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in East Sarajevo has been proposed.


Information Technology impact level perception; On-line survey; Electrical Engineering Faculty


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