- Purpose and learning objectives
This programme element is dedicated to the technological aspects and problems of systems development and programming of IT systems. The course will focus on database systems and operative systems.Knowledge
The graduate has:Skills
• development based knowledge about up-to-date operative systems and database systems, including their structure and facilities
• understanding of the theory and practice of concurrency problems
The graduate can:Competences
• apply key methods and tools to synchronise processes and threads
• apply key facilities in database systems and operative systems in an appropriate manner
The graduate can:
• acquire new knowledge about and skills in relation to new operative systems and database systems in a structured context
- Type of instruction
Teaching in Computer science is a dynamic, interactive process that focuses on active student participation. Teaching is based on relevant business practices and relates practice to theory. Issues from the various types of business in the IT industry will be drawn upon. Students take responsibility for their own learning, and together with the teachers, they contribute constructively to the learning process.
Various teaching methods are employed in the Computer science programme to ensure optimum professional learning and personal development. The emphasis is on dialogues, discussions and project work.
Teaching is organised as a mix of classroom teaching, guest lectures, company visits, project work in groups and individual work – most often with interdisciplinary issues and always from an application-oriented starting point. The different types of learning, together with the academic content, will also help develop the student's ability to work independently and together with others.
The programme always seeks to set clear objectives for the learning activities.
Teaching can be organised so as to include teaching material and teaching in a foreign language.
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Prerequisites for access to the examinationIn addition to the submission of a report or product, certain mandatory activities may have to be completed before the student can take part in an exam. In general, there is one mandatory activity for every 5 ECTS credits, except for the internship and the final exam project. Submission of an assignment, a presentation, active participation in the teaching, etc. are all examples of mandatory activities.Exam in one or more subjectsSubject/module is tested with the following modules
Second part exam is an external individual oral exam based on a written group project and assessed according to the 7-point grading scale. Students are examined in four National Programme Elements. A sufficient level must be achieved within each of the four National Programme Elements. The second part exam is weighted 75% of the total first year grade.Type of examCombined written and oral examinationOral presentation by the student based on the exam report and the product prepared in groups. The project is presented by the project group, 10 minutes per student, however max. 30 minutes— followed by an examination of the individual group members, 30 minutes each, incl. grading.Individual exam or group examGroup, 2-4 max participantsExam languagesDanish(Norwegian/Swedish)Type of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersExternal censure
In the subject Technology you will receive 34 hours of instruction, which corresponds to 45 lessons (1 lesson = 45 min.) and 25% of your total workload for the subject.
The teaching primarily consists of the following activities: internal lecturers, group work.
The preparation primarily consists of the following activities: reading the curriculum, reading your own notes.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances