- Purpose and learning objectives
The purpose of this core area is to develop students' competencies in analysing and applying relevant data-processing models.Knowledge
The student has development-based knowledge of: practice, applied theory and methods of development within:Skills
• data storage, data modelling, data exchange and data security
• quality assurance
The student can understand and reflect on:
• development methods in web development,
• web architecture and design patterns
The student will get the skills to:Competences
• assess and justify the choice of an appropriate programming language and relevant methods for the implementation of web applications
• master a suitable programming language for the development of web applications
• use and model data sources, as well as justify and disseminate proposed solutions
• use relevant theories and methods of quality assurance for all phases of development
The student will learn to:
• independently engage in disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration on web programming with a professional approach and assume responsibility within the framework of a professional code of ethics
• identify and structure their own learning needs and develop their own knowledge, skills and competencies in relation to web programming
- Type of instruction
The course is based on Problem-Based Learning. The students must apply their knowledge in developing an application project, where the student must also acquire new knowledge on their own to complete the development. The teacher will act as a supervisor in the development project, so the students are not left on their own.
- Subject/module requirement for
Equipment needed to participate
Windows PC, Mac or Linux
- min 8 GB RAM (16 GB RAM preferably)
- 200 GB available disk space
- CPU with virtualisation hardware (usually available in most modern CPUs)
- 15,6” screen or bigger is recommended
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Exam in one or more subjectsSubject/module is tested standaloneType of examCombined written and oral examinationFormal requirementsA project report and a product must be submitted.
The project report, which constitutes the written part of the examination, must contain as a minimum:
• Front page with title, given name and date of birth, class designation and date
• Table of contents with page numbers
• Introduction, incl. problem formulation
• Main section
• Bibliography (incl. all sources that the project references to)
• Appendix (includes just the appendix that is central to the report)
• All pages must be numbered
The written project must contain anywhere between a minimum of 10 normal pages and a maximum of 30 normal pages.
1 student - min. 10 - max. 15 pages
2 students - min. 15 - max. 20 pages
3 students - min. 20 - max. 25 pages
4 students - min. 20 - max. 30 pages
Front page, table of contents, bibliography and appendix are not included in the required total number of pages. Appendixes are not part of the assessment.
A normal page is 2,400 characters incl. spaces and footnotes. Front page, table of contents, bibliography and appendix are not included in the count. Appendixes are not part of the assessment.
Every single figure or diagram counts as 800 characters.Individual exam or group examIndividualExam languagesEnglishDurationPresentation - max 10 min.
Examination- max. 15 min.
Grading - 5 min.
Total - 30 min.Permitted exam aidsComputerAvailable exam aidsProjectorType of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersExternal censureExam criteriaThe assessment criterion for the examination is the learning objectives for the compulsory course of study element.
The learning objectives are stated in the joint curriculum.
- Preliminary literature list
This is a preliminary literature list. A final literature list will be provided in connection with study start.Course materials available to the students via Internet.
- Additional information
Some classes may take place online.
In the subject Databases you will receive 90 hours of instruction, which corresponds to 120 lessons (1 lesson = 45 min.) and 33% of your total workload for the subject.
The teaching primarily consists of the following activities: internal lecturers, group work, Online teaching.
The preparation primarily consists of the following activities: reading your own notes, reading the curriculum, group work, searching for information.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances