We live in a globally networked society where effective handling of information and knowledge plays a key role in maintaining a competitive edge at corporate, regional and international level. This bachelor degree programme familiarises you with the methods and tools used in information and communication technology on a hands-on basis.
Information and communications technologies
You’ll start by learning the fundamental principles of computer science and becoming familiar with various operating systems. You’ll learn how to link and secure IT systems and acquire knowledge in the areas of network technology. Later on in the course you’ll evaluate cloud computing platforms, for example, study and develop cloud networking architectures and find solutions for optimised data and document management in business.
Software and multimedia engineering
Creativity and knowing the right code are key here: working independently or in a group you’ll program tasks using Java, Scala and Python as well as apps for mobile devices or web content. You’ll work with multimedia, whether preparing projects in the form of videos, implementing solutions for commercial partners such as technical design for museum installations, designing and implementing mobile navigation systems or creating training and monitoring applications.
Management, business and law
Alongside the basic principles of project management, you’ll learn about process management, e-business, business processes and topics within business management and organisational development. You’ll explore enterprise engineering, a design-oriented approach which combines business and information science to develop methods for implementing business strategies efficiently and effectively.