The programme is a combination of theory lectures and project work within Soft
ware Development, interfacing electronics devices, programming electronics devices, real-time
programming, computer net & client server technology, database technology and web & multimedia.
You will choose to specialise within one of three tracks:
- Embedded Engineering
- Cross Media
- Business Information Systems
As part of this programme, you will develop professional and personal skills in information tech-nology as well as qualifications for further studies at Master level.
1st semester: Basic System Construction
The goal of the 1st semester is to give you profound knowledge and practical skills in object-oriented programming and system development. You will also learn about responsive web design. The semester is organised as a number of introductory courses and a semester project in which you will design, implement and document a single-user software system.
2nd semester: Client Server Systems
During the 2nd semester you will learn about computer networking, database development and system development methods, and you will accumulate the programming skills necessary to build client/server systems. The semester is organised as a number of mandatory courses, along with a semester project in which you will develop a client/server system.
3rd and 4th semester: Specialisation
Mandatory courses in the 3rd and 4th semesters will help you to understand distributed systems in order to implement them. Other topics include basic computer architecture, the .net platform, algorithms and advanced data structures in C# programming language.
You can choose between three different specialisations:
- Business Information Systems – Courses include Data Warehousing and Master Data Man-agement, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), business intelligence, data visualisation and ana-lytics.
- Cross Media - Courses include Mobile Applications and Serious Games, which involves Unity, asset store, modelling and simulation, as well as interfacing.
- Embedded Engineering - Courses include basic electronics, real-time and embedded pro-gramming, as well as electronics used to interface micro-controllers with a number of sensors and actuators.
5th semester: Internship
During this semester, you will do an internship in a company in Denmark or abroad. The internship gives you the opportunity to acquire invaluable work experience in a challenging environment and to put into practice the knowledge you have gained during your studies.
6th semester: Specialisation, Electives & BA
You will be choosing from different elective courses depending on your interests and line of specialisation. Mandatory specialisation courses also take place during this semester, and you will prepare for your final project - the Bachelor Project.
7th semester: Specialisation, Electives & BA
During the 7th semester, you will be working on your Bachelor Project. The purpose of the Bachelor Project is to demonstrate your ability to solve a relevant ICT Engineering problem and document the solution. The Bachelor Project is typically a real-life project done for a company and is made in groups of two or three students.
See the VIA ICT Engineering course catalogue.