The Computer Science course is comprised of a wide range of subjects that combine software development and programming. A computer scientist has broad knowledge within system development and system construction and is employed by companies to work with development, implementation and operation of IT systems.
You get skilled in coding, but you also learn about company structures and get an overview of complex databases and tools for supporting users of systems.
The Computer Science course is a further training course with 5 semesters. The course has compulsory subjects, electives, an internship and a final exam assignment.
The following are compulsory subjects:
- System Development
- Organisational Theory
The electives are based on current technologies and relevant knowledge.
You have an internship in Semester Five. You decide yourself if this is with a company in Denmark or with a company abroad.
Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work with other students.
The Computer Science course qualifies you to take a wide range of jobs with IT companies and IT departments. These are some of the jobs that you can find:
- IT consultant
- Software developer
- QA analysis
When you have completed the Computer Science course you can apply to be admitted to several further training courses, for example:
- Software development
- Web development
- A relevant diploma degree