This programme is offered in Danish only
With a degree in Information and Communication Technology you acquire a number of engineering and personal competencies necessary to meet the expectations of the labour market.
The main focus of all engineering programmes at University of Southern Denmark is professional ability and the programmes are all rooted in research and development environments of a high international standard.
- Ability to think and work in a problem-oriented, project-oriented and interdisciplinary way
- Ability to work independently as well as in teams
- Ability to solve tasks in an international context
- Knowledge of and experience in the needs of the business world
- A well-founded understanding of commerce and business.
Your primary competences as an IT engineer are system development and programming.
System development is the control of the complete life cycle of an information system. From conception of the idea, through analysis, design, documentation and test to commissioning and maintenance. System development encompasses both hardware and software.
Programming is the actual writing of the software.
With a bachelor of engineering degree in Information and Communication Technology you will have the following competencies:
• Core competencies in industrial automation and the opportunity to choose advanced subjects within telecommunication and data communication
• Ability to master programming technologies
• Ability to master system development methods
• Ability to select and apply components and technologies
• Understand theory of information, signals and systems
• Ability to model and simulate systems
• Ability to integrate what is technologically possible as well as social needs into application orientated systems
• Ability to communicate technical knowledge
• Understanding of the company as well as of society
• Basic knowledge of mathematics, project work, project management and communication.
A bachelor of engineering degree in Information and Communication Technology qualifies you to continue your studies for a master of science in engineering degree.