If you are passionate about computers, programming and mathematical thinking, then study Computer science at University of Southern Denmark – an IT degree of the highest order.Useful Computer science
Going a day without your laptop under your arm and no internet access is getting difficult to imagine. Computer technology, programming and virtual networks are playing a central role in daily life all over the world. Some remain ‘mere’ users in this giant IT universe, while others like the computer scientist choose an education which lets them participate as the future is developed and designed. As a computer scientist, you can be sure to graduate with an extensive and relevant knowledge to guide you.Immersion and comprehension
The bachelor programme in Computer science also offers a mix of mathematical thinking and action with focus on methods, analytical skills and a high level of abstraction.
Computer science is widely used and included in the subject are also courses in cryptology, game programming, combinatorial optimisation, numerical analysis, signal processing, computer graphics and bioinformatics.Department of Mathematics and Computer science
Department of Mathematics and Computer science (IMADA) at University of Southern Denmark makes its mark with its high academic level both nationally and internationally by producing research results, teaching and mediating knowledge of the highest quality in computer science, mathematics, statistics, science theory and the didactics of mathematics and science.Read more about the department's research
With a Bachelor's degree in Computer science from University of Southern Denmark or a corresponding degree from a different university, you can continue your education in the master’s programme in Computer science
.A complete study environment
As a student at University of Southern Denmark, you become part of a study environment we call Living Science. Your day will be characterised by great academic value and you can look forward to meeting your fellow students as well as researchers from a wide variety of fields. But a university programme is much more than courses, classes and lectures. Good friends, a solid network and a living study environment are all part of creating a connection between the academic and social spheres.