IT and Organization 1 (EN)2019/2020
This subject helps the student develop competencies that enable them to include relevant business-related aspects and business understanding in systems development.Knowledge
The subject will also help the student develop skills that enable them to work in a systems development organisation and participate in the development, further development and integration of IT systems for different types of organisations.
The method of teaching is classroom instruction interspersed with exercises (group work) and project work.
At the end of the first semester, there is an interdisciplinary project involving all first semester subjects, the result of which is an up and running system that must be documented in a project report.
The graduate has acquired knowledge about:Skills
1. Current systems in the company and organisational concepts.
2. How IT can improve business processes and develop the business, as well as the background for IT investments.
The student has acquired the skills needed to:Competences
1. Analyse and model business processes
2. Participate in project work and use innovative methods in project work.
3. Communicate and participate in IT implementation and change management
The student has acquired the competencies needed to:
1. Participate in and see the connection between the design of business processes and the design of IT systems
2. Cooperate with representatives of the user organisation and the development organisation based on business understanding
3. Acquire knowledge about new technology in a business perspective
- Type of instruction and
practical application of learning objectives
The teaching method on the AP Degree Programme in Computer Science takes the form of a
dynamic, interactive process with emphasis on active student participation. The teaching is
based on relevant business practice, and combines practice and theory. Issues that appear in
different types of enterprises in the IT industry are incorporated. The students are responsible for their own learning, and both they and the teachers make a constructive contribution to the learning process.
To ensure optimal academic learning and personal development for the individual students, the AP Degree Programme in Computer Science applies varied educational practices with emphasis on dialogue, discussion and projects.
The teaching is varied and includes classroom instruction, guest lectures, company visits, project work in groups and individual work – often with an interdisciplinary focus and always with a practice-oriented approach. In addition to the academic content, the various ways of learning are also intended to develop the student's ability to work independently and in cooperation with others.
Common to all the learning activities is that the programme always aims to define clear goals
for the activities.
Classes can be organised so as to ensure that foreign languages are incorporated in the form
of teaching material and as part of the teaching.
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Prerequisites for access to the examinationRequirements for taking the exam
To take the exam, the following requirements apply:
There are seven mandatory activities linked to the exam, which are described in the relevant
semester/class room on Fronter. Documentation of mandatory activities must be
submitted via Fronter. Mandatory activities are distributed as follows:
Core area Programming 2
Core area System Development 2
Core area Business 1
Core area Programming 1
Core area Technology 1
Students who fail to fulfil one or more study activities or to submit the first-year project, which constitutes the written part of the exam, in due time cannot participate in the exam and will have used one exam attempt.Exam in one or more subjectsType of examCombined written and oral examinationFormal requirementsStudents must submit a project report and a product.
The project report, which constitutes the written part of the exam, must as a minimum contain
Front page, including title, name and date of birth, class and date
Table of contents
Problem statement or question
Bibliography (including all sources referenced in the project)
Appendix (only appendices central to the report are to be included)
Enclose source code and, if relevant, specify the path to the version control server
where the source code and executable product code can be retrieved
All pages must be numbered
The written project must be at least 30 standard pages and cannot exceed 40 standard pages for one student. For each additional student, the total number of pages increases according to the table below:
1 student - min. 30 og maks. 40 pages
2 students - min. 35 og maks. 50 pages
3 students - min. 40 og maks. 55 pages
4 students - min. 45 og maks. 60 pages
Front page, table of contents, bibliography and appendices are not included in the required
number of pages. Appendices will not be assessed.
A standard page is 2,400 characters, including spaces and footnotes. Front page, table of contents,
bibliography and appendices are not included. Appendices will not be assessed.
Each figure or diagram is equivalent to 800 characters.Individual exam or group examGroup, 2-4 max participantsExam languagesEnglishDurationThe project must be presented by the project group – 10 minutes per student; however, a
maximum of 30 minutes in total. The group members are then examined individually – 30
minutes per examinee, including grading.Type of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersExternal censureExam criteriaThe assessment criteria for the exam correspond to the learning objectives for the compulsory programme element: Programming, System Development, Technology and Business
The learning objectives are set out in the common part of the curriculum.Deadline for submissionThe exam takes place at the end of the second semester. Further information on time and
place as well as submission of the written group project is available on Fronter.
In the subject IT and Organization 1 (EN) you will receive 24 hours of instruction, which corresponds to 32 lessons (1 lesson = 45 min.) and 18% of your total workload for the subject.
The teaching primarily consists of the following activities: classroom teaching.
The preparation primarily consists of the following activities: reading your own notes, reading the curriculum.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances