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DetailsTeachersCourseMode L+(A+L+S+C) (H)EctsCode
+P:1.dr.sc. Biljana Stojaković ,prof.v.š. u trajnom zvanju
A:dr.sc. Ivana Špiranec prof. visoke škole
A: Zoran Vulelija
English for Computing30+30 (30+0+0+0) (30)3.084849
Code WEB/ISVU24270/84849ECTS3.0Academic year2019/2020
NameEnglish for Computing
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (30+0+0+0)
30
TeachersLectures:1. dr.sc. Biljana Stojaković ,prof.v.š. u trajnom zvanju
Auditory exercises:dr.sc. Ivana Špiranec prof. visoke škole
Auditory exercises: Zoran Vulelija
Course objectivesTo develop language skills related to developing skills of understanding native and non-native English speakers and original texts; learning how to use various dictionnaries; developing communicating skills. To develop students
Learning outcomes:1.ability to analyse the position of the English language and its importance in the field of expertise (computing) and in global communication. Level:6
2.ability to generate individually oral and written communication in English. Level:6,7
3.ability to be skilled in reading texts related to the field of expertise. Level:6,7
4.to translate texts related to the field of expertise. Level:6,7
5.ability to categorize the computing terminology in both English and Croatian. Level:6
6.ability to give comments on various issues arising in the English of computing, both in English and in Croatian. Level:6
7.ability to distinguish between the vocabulary and grammar structures in the English of computing and in standard English. Level:6
8.ability to give comments on the quality of the English language on the Internet, especially of the content related to the field of expertise. Level:6
9.ability to analyse online translators. Level:6
10.ability to present in English the content related to computing . Level:6,7
11.ability to devise dialogues related to the English of computing. Level:6,7
12.to analyse various types of dictionary. Level:6
13.to make a difference between the Croatian free word order and the English fixed word order. Level:6
14.to generate sentences applying the sequence of tenses. Level:6,7
15.to identify both regular and irregular forms of English plural. Level:6
16.to analyse the English verb aspect. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Homework presentation
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Traditional literature analysis
Data mining and knowledge discovery on the Web
Essay writing
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Workshop
Course content lectures1.English as a lingua franca, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.English in IT and Computing, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,5
3.Computing and IT terminology , 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5
4.Croatiian computing terminology, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
5.English language on the Internet, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,4,5,6,7
6.Machine translation, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8,9
7.Online Machine Translators, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8,9
8.Dictionary, 2h, Learning outcomes:3,12
9.Learning foreign languages online, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
10.Preliminary exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10
11.Direct/Indirect Speech, 2h, Learning outcomes:13
12.Sequence of tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:13,14
13.Croatian and English noun plurals, 2h, Learning outcomes:15
14.English verb tense aspect, 2h, Learning outcomes:16
15.Preliminary exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12,13,14,15,16
Course content auditory1.Computer applications; English verb tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,7,10
2.Types of computer; English verb tenses (exercises), 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,6,10
3.Input devices; Active voice/Passive voice, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,7,10
4.Scanner; Active voice/Passive voice, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,6,10
5.Output devices; Comparision of adjectives and adverbs, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,6,10
6.Preliminary exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,7,10
7.Data storage; Conditional clauses, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,4,10
8.Magnetic data storage; Conditional clauses and sequence of tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,10
9.Optical storage; Modal verbs, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,7,10
10.Flash memory; Modal verbs, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,10
11.My ideal computer system; Direct/Indirect speech, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,6,10,13
12.In a cybercafe; Sequence of tenses, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,6,13,14
13.Buying a computer; Plural of nouns, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,10,15
14.Mobile phones; English verb tense aspect, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,9,16
15.Preliminary exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,7,10
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Video equipment
Operating supplies
Exam literature1.Professional English in Use ICT, for Computer and Internet, Esteras, Fabre, Cambridge University Press
2. materijali s predavanja (objavljeni na web stranicama kolegija) sastavljeni od tekstova preuzetih iz suvremene stručne i metodičke literature
3. Kiš, M. Englesko-hrvatski, hrvatsko-engleski školski informatički rječnik. Naklada Ljevak, Zagreb, 2003.
4. Stojaković,B. Skripta English for computer users I
5. Mihaljević, M. Hrvatsko računalno nazivlje, 1993
Students obligationsRegular attendance in both lectures and exercies (maximum of 3 absences from exercises are tolerated).
Knowledge evaluation during semester2 preliminary exams in both lectures and exercises; homework
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten and oral exam.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22848;
Proposal made byProfessor Biljana Stojaković, PhD
+P:1. Alemka Knapp
P:2.prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat
A: Alemka Knapp
A: Diana Šaponja-Milutinović dipl.ing.fizike, pred.
Physics45+30 (30+0+0+0) (135)7.0154955
Code WEB/ISVU24548/154955ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
NamePhysics
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+30 (30+0+0+0)
135
TeachersLectures:1. Alemka Knapp
Lectures:2. prof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat
Auditory exercises: Alemka Knapp
Auditory exercises: Diana Šaponja-Milutinović dipl.ing.fizike, pred.
Course objectivesTo introduce students to phenomena in Physics and values that can be used in the study programme in computing, in a broader sense of the laws of Physics
Learning outcomes:1.ability to make simple calculations of linear motions, motions on a circle, and a launch at an angle. Level:6
2.ability to analyse kinematic values of motions on a curve. Level:6
3.ability to calculate the translation acceleration of a body upon which a force is exerted; to calculate simple examples of angle acceleration . Level:6
4.ability to relate the work of forces to kinetic and potential energy of a body. Level:6,7
5.ability to distinguish between a classical mechanical description of motion and special relativity. Level:6
6.ability to analyse harmonic oscillation without damping. Level:6
7.ability to distinguish between basic thermodynamic values; to distinguish between different mechanisms of heat transfer. Level:6
8.ability to relate Bohr's model of atom to a quality description of electron shells and ribbons. Level:6,7
9.ability to make simple calculations of emission/absorption of photons and photoelectric effect. Level:6
10.ability to relate the knowledge about the design of an atomic core containing radioactive features. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Questions and answers
Other
Oral presentation, including communication with students; their active participation is stimulated during formulation and analysis of physical laws. Physical phenomena and laws are illustrated by familiar examples or improvised demonstrations, and by simple experiments where possible. Equations and their derivations are fully outlined on the blackboard, illustrated by sketches and diagrams as appropriate.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Interactive problem solving
Other
Solving simpler problems in the topics covered by the lectures, in order to increase understanding of physical quantities and their interrelations. Calculations include numerical values which appear in technical applications. Teacher explains and illustrates the procedure, students solve the problems on the blackboard and in their notebooks.
Course content lectures1.Physical quantities and units., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
Polynomial derivative., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Polynomial integration, definite integral., 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2
Rectilinear motion, free fall., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Motion along curve and circle., 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.Newton axioms, momentum, 3h, Learning outcomes:3
5.Work, power and energy., 3h, Learning outcomes:4
6.Rigid body rotation., 3h, Learning outcomes:2,3
7.Motion in gravitational field., 3h, Learning outcomes:5
8.Relativity of motion, inertial forces., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
The absolute and greatest speed c., 1h, Learning outcomes:6
9.Einstein special theory of relativity., 3h, Learning outcomes:6
10.Harmonic oscillations., 3h, Learning outcomes:7
11. Wave optics, photoelectric effect., 3h, Learning outcomes:8,9
12.Atomic structure, wave properties of particles., 3h, Learning outcomes:8,9
13.Electron shells., 1h, Learning outcomes:8
Semiconductors., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Elementary particles, nuclear structure., 2h, Learning outcomes:10
Unstable nuclei., 1h, Learning outcomes:10
15.Radioactive decay, nuclear energy., 3h, Learning outcomes:10
Course content auditory1.Rectilinear motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Rectilinear motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Projectile motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
4.Circular motion., 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
5.Newton axioms., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
6.Newton axioms., 2h, Learning outcomes:3
7.Work and power, energy., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
8.Collisions., 2h, Learning outcomes:4
9.1. partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4
10.Rigid body rotation., 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
11.Motion in gravitational field., 2h, Learning outcomes:5
12.Special theory of relativity., 2h, Learning outcomes:6
13.Bohr model of atom., 2h, Learning outcomes:8
14.Photoelectric effect., 1h, Learning outcomes:9
Radioactivity., 1h, Learning outcomes:10
15.2. partial exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:5,6,7,8,9
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. Levanat, I., Fizika za TVZ: Kinematika i dinamika, TVZ, Zagreb, 2010;
Additional literature:
1. Young and Freedman, University Physics, Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 2007;
2. Kulišić, P., Mehanika i toplina, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2005
Students obligationsnone
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTwo partial exams, each with numerical problems and theoretical questions.
Minimum to pass each partial exam: theory 40%, problems 50%.
For attending lectures up to 10% of theory maximum added.
Knowledge evaluation after semesterFull exam, with numerical problems and theoretical questions.
Minimum to pass: 40% problems and 40% theory.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)4
(Oral exam)3
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22682;
Proposal made byprof.vis.šk. Ivica Levanat , 19. 01. 2014
+A:1. Marko Milanović Kinesiology Education I0+30 (30+0+0+0) (0)1.0143073
Code WEB/ISVU24422/143073ECTS1.0Academic year2019/2020
NameKinesiology Education I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
0+30 (30+0+0+0)
0
TeachersAuditory exercises:1. Marko Milanović
Course objectivesTo develop in students the habit of practising sports and improving their psychophysical condition and conduct
Learning outcomes:1.ability to demonstrate how to perform properly technical elements of certain sports. Level:
2.ability to explain the basic terms related to certain sports. Level:
3.ability to explain the basic rules of certain sports. Level:
4.ability to recognize the muscle building exercises. Level:
5.ability to explain the importance of warming up and stretching. Level:
6.ability to describe the organisation of sport competitions. Level:
7.ability to understand the importance of daily workout throughout one's life. Level:
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesOther
Course content auditory1.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
2.Repeating technical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
4.Adopting new elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
5.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
6.Improving the elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
7.Adopting a set of warm-up exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
8.Adopting a set of stretching exercises for a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:3
9.Repeating the basic rules of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
10.Using auxiliary and elementary games in the learning process of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
11.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
12.Adoption of basic technical and tactical elements of a specific kinesiologic activity, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
13.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:4
14.Competition and Games, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
15.Training and automation of injury prevention exercises, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
Required materialsSpecial equipment
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. M. Dodik, Tjelesna i zdravstvena kultura, Sveučilište u Rijeci, Rijeka, 1992.
2. I. Belan, Aerobik, Ivo Balen, Koprivnica, 1988.
3. I. Horvat, Pravila nogometne igre, Novinsko-izdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1994.
4. I. Tocigl, Taktika igre u obrani, Novinsko-izdavačko propagandno poduzeće, Zagreb, 1989.
Additional literature:
1. D. Milanović, Dopunski sadržaji sportske pripreme, Sportska tribina i Kineziološki fakultet Zagreb, Zagreb, 2002.
Students obligationsStudents are required to actively participate in exercises during 30 hours per semester, during four semesters. First semester students must go through the swimming test (non-swimmers have to attend the swimming school during the second semester). Second semester students must be present at both lectures and exercises. Students who are not required to attend because of active participation in sports are however required to attend all lectures, assist in the organization and implementation of lectures, and attend a specially devised program if permitted to do so by the sports doctor.

Knowledge evaluation during semesterPractical test
Knowledge evaluation after semesterThe exam is not graded but the knowledge is checked at the beginning of the new semester.
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Practical work)1
RemarkThis course can not be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22745;83777;
Proposal made byMarko Milanović, prof.
+P:1. Tihana Strmečki
A: Tihana Strmečki
Mathematics I30+45 (45+0+0+0) (135)7.022742
Code WEB/ISVU24172/22742ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
NameMathematics I
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+45 (45+0+0+0)
135
TeachersLectures:1. Tihana Strmečki
Auditory exercises: Tihana Strmečki
Course objectivesTo enable students to solve mathematical problems related to engineering practice
Learning outcomes:1.ability to calculate the value of units containing basic arithmetic operations consisting of complex numbers. Level:6
2.ability to draw the position of a complex number in gaussian plane. Level:6
3.ability to calculate the determinants and simple matrix units. Level:6
4.ability to calculate vector units. Level:6
5.ability to solve linear equations . Level:6
6.ability to understand the definition and composition of a function; to understand inverse functions. Level:6,7
7.ability to classify functions: even functions/odd functions, injections/surjections/bijections. Level:6,7
8.ability to classify basic types of elementary function: exponential functions, polynomials, logarithm functions. Level:6,7
9.ability to sketch graphs of polynomials, trigonometric functions and rational functions without using derivatives. Level:6
10.ability to calculate the limit of a function. Level:6
11.ability to calculate the derivative of a function. Level:6
12.ability to sketch function graphs by means of derivatives and critical points. Level:6
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Discussion
Questions and answers
Other
The chalkboard lectures include theory and many examples clearly analyzed step by step, in cooperation with students.
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Other
Exercises are solved on the blackboard in cooperation with students.
Course content lectures1.Complex numbers, algebraic and trigonometric form, basic arithmetic operations with complex numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to an integer power, and taking roots (fractional power)), Gauss plane, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Determinant (2nd order - by formula, 3rd order - by rule of Sarrus and Laplaces expansion, 4th order - by Laplaces expansion nad using elementary transformations), 2h, Learning outcomes:3,5
3.System of linear equations, solving by Cramers rule and by Gauss-Jordan elimination method , 2h, Learning outcomes:5
4.Vectors, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5
5.Functions, definition, domain, range, codomain, injection, surjection, bijection, graph, increasing and decreasing functions, monotonicity, composition, inverse, even and odd functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7
6.Elementary functions: power functions, polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8
7.1. exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
8.Limit, sequence, 2h, Learning outcomes:10
9.Sketching graphs of some functions (polynomials, trigonometric functions), 2h, Learning outcomes:9
10.Problem of finding a tangent, derivative of function, rules for derivative of a sum, product and quotient of two functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,12
11.Differential, implicit differentiation, parametric differentiation, 2h, Learning outcomes:10,11
12.Derivative of composite function, derivative of function f(x)=x^x, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
13.LHopitals rule, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
14.Taylor polinomial of a function centered at zero, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
15.2. exam, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12
Course content auditory1.Complex numbers, algebraic and trigonometric form, basic arithmetic operations with complex numbers (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to an integer power, and taking roots (fractional power)), Gauss plane, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2
2.Determinant (2nd order - by formula, 3rd order - by rule of Sarrus and Laplaces expansion, 4th order - by Laplaces expansion and using elementary transformations), 3h, Learning outcomes:3,5
3.System of linear equations, solving by Cramers rule and by Gauss-Jordan elimination method , 3h, Learning outcomes:6
4.Vectors, 3h, Learning outcomes:4,5
5.Functions, definition, domain, range, codomain, injection, surjection, bijection, graph, increasing and decreasing functions, monotonicity, composition, inverse, even and odd functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7
6.Elementary functions: power functions, polynomials, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:6,7,8
7.1. exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
8.Limit, sequence, 3h, Learning outcomes:10
9.Sketching graphs of some functions (polynomials, trigonometric functions), 3h, Learning outcomes:9
10.Problem of finding a tangent, derivative of function, rules for derivative of a sum, product and quotient of two functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,12
11.Differential, implicit differentiation, parametric differentiation, 3h, Learning outcomes:10,11
12.Derivative of composite function, derivative of function f(x)=x^x, 3h, Learning outcomes:11
13.LHopitals rule, 3h, Learning outcomes:11
14.Taylor polinomial of a function centered at zero, 3h, Learning outcomes:11
15.2. exam, 3h, Learning outcomes:9,10,11,12
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
Whiteboard with markers
Special equipment
Some of the problems are solved using the appropriate software Mathematica.
Exam literatureBasic literature:
1. P. Javor: Uvod u matematičku analizu, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1983.
2. S. Suljagić: Matematika I, skripta, Zagreb, 2005
3. I. Slapničar: Matematika 1, skripta, Split, 2002.
4. B. P. Deminovič: Zadaci i rješeni primjeri iz više matematike, Danjar, Zagreb, 1995.
5. N. Elezović: Linearna algebra, Element, Zagreb, 1995.
Additional literature:
1. L. Krnić, Z. Šikić: Račun diferencijalni i integralni, I dio, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1992.
2. V. Devide: Riješeni zadaci iz više matematike, svezak i i II, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 1985.
3. T. Bradić, R. Roki, J. Pečarić, M. Strunje: Matematika za tehničke fakultete, Multigraf, Zagreb, 1994.
Students obligationsNo special requirements
Knowledge evaluation during semesterTwo exams during semester

Ratings by the outcome: maximum 100 points
50-62 sufficient (2)
63-75 good (3)
76-88 very good (4)
89-100 excellent (5)
Knowledge evaluation after semesterWritten exam 60% of mark

Ratings of written part of the exam: maximum 100 points
50-62 sufficient (2)
63-75 good (3)
76-88 very good (4)
89-100 excellent (5)

Oral exam 40% of mark
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)7
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
Proposal made bydipl.ing.mat Tihana Strmečki., 19.05.2016.
+P:1. Danijela Pongrac , prof.
L:prof. Marta Alić
L: Danijela Pongrac , prof.
Computer Applications30+30 (0+30+0+0) (90)5.0154959
Code WEB/ISVU24550/154959ECTS5.0Academic year2019/2020
NameComputer Applications
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
30+30 (0+30+0+0)
90
TeachersLectures:1. Danijela Pongrac , prof.
Laboratory exercises:prof. Marta Alić
Laboratory exercises: Danijela Pongrac , prof.
Course objectives To introduce students to information technology and its business application; to teach students how to work on a PC of a standard configuration
Learning outcomes:1.identify subsystems of organizational IS. Level:6
2.ability to distinguish between desktop PCs, laptops, tablet PCs, in regard with typical users. Level:6
3.ability to make a proposal of basic computer configuration (CPU, memory, hard disk, input and output devices). Level:6,7
4.ability to understand the difference between operational and supporting information systems. Level:6
5.ability to relate the type and the goal of an information system to the function of an organisation system. Level:6,7
6.identify sets of key data base for organizational IS. Level:6
7.ability to distinguish between different models of organisation and different types of networks intended for business . Level:6
8.ability to distinguish between the Internet, intranet and extranet. Level:6
9.ability to identify the threats related to the abuse of both the information technologies and distant data transfer. Level:6
10.ability to prepare a workplace taking into account the computer working environment by using a safety and health protection rule book . Level:6,7
11.ability to manage information systems by means of Windows and an e-mail account. Level:6,7
12.ability to write a Word document by using instructions for editing and inserting objects and references (tables of content and pictures), collaboration, mail merge, macroinstructions. Level:6,7
13.ability to create an Excel document by using the instructions for editing cells/worksheet, inserting and designing functions (basic and nested), filtering, inserting pivot tables and graphs, macroinstructions . Level:6,7
14.ability to prepare a ppt presentation by using master slide, animation, object insertion, transfer from one to another ppt presentation. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Guest lecturer
Case studies
Demonstration
Simulations
Discussion
Questions and answers
Seminar, students presentation and discussion
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises on laboratory equipment
Group problem solving
Course content lectures1.introduction to the subject, the rights and obligations of students, monitoring progress and assessment, 2h
2.Introduction to IS, the information system in the business. Definition of the system, the business system and its information system, 2h, Learning outcomes:1
3.Dataware - structure, components, administration, data model, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
4.Netware - Internet technology and its application, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
5.Netware- The development of the Internet and its use of Intranet and Extranet, 2h, Learning outcomes:6
6.Cloud computing, 2h, Learning outcomes:5
7.Colloquium- the first theoretical part, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,6,7,8
8.Hardware - basic computer parts, 2h, Learning outcomes:2
9.Hardware - basic computer parts, development in the last five years, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3
10.Software - The types and kinds of IS, 2h, Learning outcomes:4,5
11.Lifeware - Ergonomics jobs with computers, organizational knowledge, 2h, Learning outcomes:7,8
12.Orgware - IS protection and safety, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10
13.Orgware - privacy policy, 2h, Learning outcomes:9,10
14.Colloquium - the second theoretical part, 2h, Learning outcomes:2,3,4,5,8,9,10
15.correction Colloquium first or second, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Course content laboratory1.Introduction to work, exploring computer equipment, 2h
2.Office 365, OneDrive, 2h, Learning outcomes:11
3.WORD - word processing, working with documents, registration, tagging and editing text, formatting text and paragraphs, working with images, preparation for printing, mail merge, save the document in a different format, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
4.WORD - style text and headings, numbering, wrapp, footnotes, page numbering, table of contents, bookmarks and cross-references, tabs, home page, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
5.WORD - working with tables, pictures, mathematical expressions, graphical representation of data, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
6.WORD - Macros, creating and filling out a form, document protection, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
7.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
8.correction colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,12
9.EXCEL-spreadsheet, data entry and data types, formulas, operators, cell references, comments, worksheets, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
10.EXCEL-table formatting, functions count, if, lookup, date and other, graphics, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
11.EXCEL-operation with the data, grouping, filtering, sorting, pivot table, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
12.EXCEL - conditional formatting, goal seek, data tables one and two variables, scenario, macro and document protection, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
13.Colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
14.correction colloquium, 2h, Learning outcomes:11,13
15.Presentations, select a theme, input elements, making the Master slide, animation, 2h, Learning outcomes:14
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Overhead projector
Operating supplies
Paper, pencil
Exam literatureBasic literature:
Materijali s predavanja i vježbi dostupni na LMS-u.
Šimović, Maletić, Afrić: Osnove informatike, Zagreb 2010.
Additional literature:
K.C.Laudon, J.P.Laudon: Essentials of Management Information Systems, 12th edition, Pearson Education, England, 2017.
D. Grundler, Kako radi računalo, PRO-MIL, Varaždin, 2004.
D. Grundler, D. Franulić Šarić, T. Rolich, Primijenjeno računalstvo - Izabrani primjeri, Graphis, Zagreb, 2002.
Students obligationsmaximum of 2 absences from exercises
Knowledge evaluation during semester1. Check preperation for exercise 20% marks
Points rating
0-9 Good
10-14 Good
15-19 Very good
20-24 Great


2. Colloquium theory, first part, 20% of the grade, outcomes 1,2,3,4,5
Number of points Rating
14-15 excellent
12-13 very good
10-11 good
8-9 is sufficient
0-7 inadequate

3. Colloquium theory, second part, 20% of the grade, outcomes 6,7,8,9,10
Number of points Rating
14-15 excellent
12-13 very good
10-11 good
8-9 is sufficient
0-7 inadequate

4. Colloquium WORD (75% for passage), 20% of the grade. Outcomes 11:12
Points rating
95-100 excellent
89-94 very good
82-88 good
75-81 sufficient
0-74 inadequate

5. Colloquium EXCEL (75% for passage), 20% of the grade. outcomes 13
Points rating
95-100 excellent
89-94 very good
82-88 good
75-81 sufficient
0-74 inadequate
Knowledge evaluation after semesterFirst test preparation for exercise 20% marks
Points rating
0-9 is sufficient
10-14 good
15-19 very good
20-24 excellent

Second The theory written examination, 40% marks, outcomes 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Number of points Rating
28-30 excellent
23-27 very good
19-22 good
15-18 sufficient
0-14 inadequate

3rd WORD (75% for passage), 20% of the grade. outcomes 11.12
Points rating
95-100 excellent
89-94 very good
82-88 good
75-81 sufficient
0-74 inadequate

4th EXCEL (75% for passage), 20% of the grade. outcomes 13
Points rating
95-100 excellent
89-94 very good
82-88 good
75-81 sufficient
0-74 inadequate
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)5
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22744;
Proposal made by Vesna Alić-Kostešić dipl.ing.stroj., 9.5.2015
+P:1. Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
P:2. Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
A: Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
A: Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
L: Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
L: Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
L:dr.sc.rač. Ivica Dodig , prof.v.š.
Programming45+45 (15+30+0+0) (120)7.0154960
Code WEB/ISVU24551/154960ECTS7.0Academic year2019/2020
NameProgramming
Status1st semester - Undergraduate professional study in computing (Redovni raarstvo) - obligatory course
Teaching modeLectures + exercises (auditory + laboratory + seminar + metodology + construction)
work at home
45+45 (15+30+0+0)
120
TeachersLectures:1. Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
Lectures:2. Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
Auditory exercises: Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
Auditory exercises: Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
Laboratory exercises: Ivan Cesar mag. ing.
Laboratory exercises: Mia Čarapina dipl. ing., pred.
Laboratory exercises:dr.sc.rač. Ivica Dodig , prof.v.š.
Course objectivesTo teach students how to solve simple problems and implement computing algorithms by using contemporary structural and procedural programming languages
Learning outcomes:1.ability to analyse the C code. Level:6
2.ability to manage the basic programming tools (text editor, compiler, connector, debugger). Level:6,7
3.ability to design a simple algorithm by using programming tools (flowchart, pseudo code, structogram). Level:6
4.ability to anticipate the result of carrying out a segment of the C code, with predefined data input. Level:6,7
5.ability to design one's own programs with basic data types and structures. Level:6
6.ability to present the types and structures of files in everyday usage. Level:6,7
7.ability to design one's own programs with basic data types and structures. Level:6
8.ability to test an algorithm or a program code to find errors. Level:6
9.ability to redesign the C code according to an additional functional request. Level:6,7
10.ability to redesign one's own program according to a default file and operating system . Level:6,7
11.ability to develop an algorithm for solving a simple task. Level:6,7
12.ability to write a default or predefined simple algorithm in C. Level:6,7
Methods of carrying out lecturesEx cathedra teaching
Case studies
Demonstration
Discussion
Methods of carrying out auditory exercisesGroup problem solving
Discussion, brainstorming
Computer simulations
Interactive problem solving
Algorithm and problem tasks solving. Demonstration of progarmming tools based on typical algorithm examples.
Methods of carrying out laboratory exercisesLaboratory exercises, computer simulations
Individual student work on algorithm development and implementation, as well as existing code modification
Course content lectures1.Introduction, 3h, Learning outcomes:2
2.Programming languages history, first C-program, variables, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6
3.Number systems, variable types, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
4.Algorithm definition, expressions and operators, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11
5.Program flow control, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
6.Loops, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
7.Arrays, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
8.Functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
9.Pointers, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
10.Pointers and functions, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
11.Pointers and arrays, dynamic memory allocation, recursion, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
12.Character arrays (strings), formatted input and output, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
13.Formatted files and structures, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
14.Unformatted files and unions, 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
15.Advanced programming techniques (function pointers, variable number of parameters, important algorithms overview), 3h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Course content auditory1.Introduction, 1h, Learning outcomes:1
2.First C-program, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5
3.Number systems, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3
4.Operators and expressions, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
5.Program flow control, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
6.Loops, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
7.Arrays, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
8.Functions, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
9.Pointers, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
10.Pointers and functions, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
11.Pointers and arrays, dynamic memory allocation, recursion, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
12.Character arrays (strings), formatted input and output, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
13.Formatted files and structures, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
14.Unformatted files and unions, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
15.Practicing and repeatition, 1h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
Course content laboratory1.Number systems, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
2.Operators and expressions, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
3.Flow control, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
4.Loops, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,11,12
5.Arrays, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
6.First programming skills exam (exercises 1-5), 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
7.Functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
8.Pointers and functions, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
9.Pointers and arrays, dynamic memory allocation, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
10.Formatted files and structures, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
11.Unformatted files, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
12.Second programming skills exam (exercises 6-10), 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
13.Single exercise compensation, 2h, Learning outcomes:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
14.Not in program, 2h
15.Not in program, 2h
Required materialsBasic: classroom, blackboard, chalk...
General purpose computer laboratory
Whiteboard with markers
Overhead projector
Exam literatureOsnovna:
1. T. Tucaković: C programer za 15 dana, PRO-MIL
2. L. Ullman, M. Liyanage: C osnove programiranja, MIŠ
Additional literature:
1. B.W. Kernighan, D.M. Ritchie: The C Programming Language, Prentice Hall
Students obligations80% attendance rate in lab exercises, 1/3 points from lab exercises, 1/6 points from semestre.
Knowledge evaluation during semesterRedovitost pohaa#4#4#0$Mini-test#3#5#0$Kolokvij, numeri zadaci#2#16#0$Programski zadatak#2#42#0$Prakti rad#10#25#33$Prakti ispit#5#8#0$
Knowledge evaluation after semesterlaboratory, written and oral exams
Student activities:
AktivnostECTS
(Written exam)7
RemarkThis course can be used for final thesis theme
Prerequisites:No prerequisites.
ISVU equivalents:22731;
Proposal made bydr.sc. Dalibor Grgec, 8.5.2012.