Systems Development 12021/2022
- Purpose and learning objectives
Systems Development 1 offers a general introduction to working with the development of IT systems, including the start-up phase with definition, construction and challenges related to requirement specifications. Furthermore, the students get a detailed introduction to the modelling of IT systems for use in planning, design, sketches, implementation and documentation.Knowledge
The student has gained development-based knowledge, understanding and an ability to reflect on applied theories and methods regardingSkills
- systems modelling by means of modelling standards
- preparation of requirement specifications and their role in systems development.
The student masters the basic skills related toCompetences
- modelling and description of IT systems
- preparing requirement specifications for systems development.
The student is able to handle complex and development-oriented issues regarding
- use of models in the work with system development
- requirement specifications for small systems.
The student is able to identify their own learning requirements and develop their own knowledge, skills and competencies in relation to requirement specifications for
- small systems and the use of models to support the development of such systems.
- Type of instruction
During class there will be both group work and lectures
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Prerequisites for access to the examinationAssignments can be a prerequisite. It is stated in the semester plan which assignments are subject to conditions. Bound preconditions help to demonstrate the study activity for the individual student.Exam in one or more subjectsSubject/module is tested with the following modules
The part-exams can be oral, written or project oriented based on content and work method in the courses on which the part-exam is based. It may be an individual or a group exam.Type of examCombined written and oral examinationThe student will be examined in several subjects (Microeconomics, Business Economics, Organisation, Systems Development, Software Construction and Communication). The examination must secure that the examination covers subjects that are not already dealt with in the report.Formal requirementsThe project must be interdisciplinary and problem oriented.
The School lays down the actual requirements for the project, which will combine essential fields of the 3rd semester teaching. The School can make further demands for group size, project scope and process documentation, including requirements for the demonstration of working code and/or the student’s written language skills. The School must secure that the project description is given to the students and the examiners.
Handing in Report
The report must not exceed 15 standard pages plus a maximum of 8 standard pages per group member, excluding appendices. Appendices should be kept to a minimum.Individual exam or group examGroup, 5-8 max participantsExam languagesDanish(Norwegian/Swedish)Duration1. Individual presentation based on report: 5 minutes.
2. Individual examination: 20 minutes.
3. Discussion of performance and announcement of grade: 5 minutes.
This exam is a common exam for all teaching subjects at 1. semester.Permitted exam aidsA laptop can be used for presentation during the exam.Type of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersInternal censureExam criteriaThe student will receive an individual grade for the overall performance covering report,
presentation and individual examination. The evaluation of the performance is based on the
degree to which it complies with the purpose and learning objectives of the subjects, as described in the curriculum.Re-examination and re-examination due to illnessThe exam will be held in the same way as the normal exam. The new project can either be based on the same problem as the original exam project or on a new problem.
In the subject Systems Development 1 you will receive 62 hours of instruction, which corresponds to 82 lessons (1 lesson = 45 min.) and 45% of your total workload for the subject.
The teaching primarily consists of the following activities: internal lecturers.
The preparation primarily consists of the following activities: reading the curriculum.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances