Students at natural science and technical faculties will be able to take four new interdisciplinary master's courses. These will be available at 13 state faculties in Serbia.
These are: Advanced Information Technologies in Digital Transformation at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Belgrade, Industry 4.0 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Mathematics in Belgrade, Information Technologies at the University of Kragujevac and Intelligent Data Analysis at the University of Nis.
It will connect technical knowledge with business knowledge and skills.
These programs should go through the accreditation process, which should be completed by October or January.
– The Industry 4.0 course was created in cooperation with the company Festo. This is a combination of three existing courses: Production Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Automatic Control, along with knowledge of mathematics, machine learning and artificial intelligence – Dr Radivoje Mitrovic, the dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, told Novosti.
Each program will be open to 15 budget-financed and 15 self-financed graduate students, and the Digital Serbia Initiative will sponsor five more students for each program. The master program will be three semesters long.