Name of the qualification: magistr
Title conferred: Mgr. (MSc. equivalent)
Study programme/Subject of qualification: Informatics/Computational Linguistics
Each student has to pass all obligatory courses (5) at the Charles University (or their equivalents at a partner university - subject to approval) and the Final State Exam in particular.
Each student has to gain at least 42 ECTS from the list of elective courses at the Charles University (or their equivalents at a partner university - subject to approval).
The local tution fee for LCT students is covered from the LCT program - this fee covers one year of study at the Charles University.
The student obliges him/herself to complete the LCT Program requirements within the deadline specified in the academic calendar (typically the end of September). If the student fails to meet this deadline (s)he can ask for a program extenssion.
In case of the extension, the Charles University local fee will be demanded from the student according to the local regulations specified at the faculty webpage. If the student has finished his/her coursework and (s)he is just workoing on his/her master thesis, (s)he can ask for 80% reduction of the local fee (in written).
The following table summarizes main courses covering LT modules (may be subject of marginal changes – please check in the Student Information System).
|Methodologies (LT-M1)||NPFL067||Statistical Methods in Natural Language Processing I (obligatory) (3/6)||3||C+Ex||winter|
|NPFL063||Introduction to General Linguistics (obligatory)||5||C+Ex||winter|
|NPFL070||Language Data Resources||5||MC||summer|
|NPFL038||Fundamentals of Speech Recognition and Generation||6||C+Ex||winter|
|NPFL006||Introduction to Formal Linguistics||3||Ex||winter|
|Computational Syntax and Morphology (LT-M2)||NPFL067||Statistical Methods in Natural Language Processing I (obligatory) (3/6)||3||(see above)|
|NPFL094||Morphological and Syntactic Analysis||3||MC||winter|
|NPFL093||NLP Applications (3/5)||3||MC||summer|
|NPFL083||Linguistic Theory and Grammar Formalisms||6||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL012||Introduction to Computer Linguistics||3||Ex||winter|
|Computational Semantics, Pragmatics and Discourse (LT-M3)||NPFL082||Information Structure of Sentence and Discourse Structure||3||Ex||summer|
|NPFL075||Prague Dependency Treebank (3/6)||3||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL093||NLP Applications (2/5)||2||(see above)|
|NPFL088||Lexical Analysis of Natural Language||3||C||summer|
|Specialized (LT-M4)||NPFL068||Statistical Methods in Natural Language Processing II||6||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL015||Methods of Automated Translation||3||C||winter|
|NPFL087||Statistical Machine Translation||6||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL075||Prague Dependency Treebank (3/6)||3||(see above)|
|NPFL079||Algorithms in Speech Recognition||6||C+Ex||summer|
The following table summarizes main courses covering CS modules.
|Data Structures, Data Organization and Processing (CS-M1)||NTIN066||Data Structures I (obligatory)||5||C+Ex||winter|
|NPFL092||NLP Technology (obligatory)||5||MC||winter|
|Logic, Computability and Complexity (CS-M2)||NTIN090||Introduction to Complexity and Computability Theory (obligatory)||5||C+Ex||winter|
|NPFL081||Practical Fundamentals of Probability and Statistics for Computer Linguistics||3||C||winter|
|Formal Languages and Algorithms (CS-M3)||NTIN071||Automata and Grammars||6||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL054||Introduction to Machine Learning (3/6)||3||C+Ex||winter|
|Advanced (CS-M4)||NPFL054||Introduction to Machine Learning (3/6)||3||(see above)|
|NPFL104||Machine Learning Methods||5||C+Ex||summer|
|NPFL095||Modern Methods in CL||3||C||winter|
|NPFL099||Statistical Dialog Systems||5||C+Ex||summer|
|NAIL069||Artificial Intelligence I||5||C+Ex||winter|
|NAIL070||Artificial Intelligence II||3||Ex||summer|
Note that there is a great number of other CS courses taught in Czech. Depending on student's interest, English lessons may be arranged. Please, contact us.
|seminar||C = credited (i.e., requirements of a course are fulfilled )||Czech abbrev. Z|
MC = requirement with assessment
|Czech abbrev. KZ|
Ex = exam
|Czech abbrev. Zk|
Grading equivalent table recommended by the European Office can be found here.