About the programme
The Bachelor Degree programme in Software Development is of 1.5 years’ duration and covers 3 semesters.
The programme consists of 4 national subject elements (40 ECTS) 4 local subject element/elective subjects (20 ECTS) during the first 2 semesters.
The last and final third semester covers an internship and the final bachelor project.
NATIONAL SUBJECT ELEMENTS
- Databases for developers
- Development of large scale systems
LOKAL SUBJECT ELEMENTS
- Discret ma
- Investigation and professional comminication
- Security for developers
EXAMPLES OF ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
- Individual study
- Syntax and Semantics
There will be different kinds of exams, e.g. project, oral and written exams.
Final bachelor project
You will complete your education with your bachelor project. In the project you are to use the competencies achieved through the programme on a practice related problem.
On the Software Development programme, tuition is a combination between theoretical lectures, problem solution and project work. All course material and lectures will be in English.
Learn more about the subjects in the curriculum.
AP, Bachelor’s and Top-up degrees
Learn about what makes an AP degree, a Bachelor’s degree or a Top-up degree a flexible and relevant education for you.
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