About the programme

The Bachelor Degree programme in Web Development is a top-up programme that takes 1.5 years covering 3 semesters.

It consists of 6 course modules, 3 core modules, 1 bridge module and two elective modules over the first two semesters. The last semester consists of an internship and the final exam project.

Course modules on the 1st and 2nd semesters

The 1st and 2nd semester course modules are as follows:

CORE MODULES

  • Databases
  • Development Environments
  • Interface Design

BRIDGING MODULE

  • Back-end Programming (for Multimedia)
  • Front-end Programming (for Computer science)

ELECTIVE MODULE

  • Individual study
  • Service and security
  • Workshops within Gamification, Frontend Frameworks, Academic Writing etc.

There will be both project and oral exams.

The specific aim of the study programme

The content and structure of the course are specifically planned towards a future career within the web development industry.

This means that you will get in-depth knowledge about the technologies of the trade as well as knowledge that spans more advanced web development projects where the products are targeted at many different platforms in integrated communications solutions.

In short, you will gain wide knowledge and skills to ensure you many different future career and job opportunities.

Tuition

On the Web Development program, tuition is a combination between theoretical lectures, problem solution and project work. All course material and lectures will be available in English.

Final bachelor degree exam project

You will finalize your education by preparing your bachelor project in which you must show that you are able to handle the theories learnt, use methodologies in practice and be able to independently apply them to solve a practice related problem.

 The project is in other words your way to present your methodological, analytical and theoretical competencies in relation to the reality that you will be faced with after graduation.

Learn more

You can read more about the modules 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.

If you need help choosing a degree or a specific programme at UCN, you are welcome to contact the local student advisor.

Student Advisor

Line Helverskov Horn
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 15 58
lihh@ucn.dk

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

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