Informatics: Programming and Networks
Information Technology is a tool in many disciplines such as medicine, biotechnology, law, humanities and education. But science is more than a tool for other subjects. As a program developer, you have a proactive role working with the fundamental issues that provide new insight and opportunities for new applications.
This programme includes theory and methods for programming computers, both individual machines and computers in a network, with a view to creating systems that are reliable, flexible, user-friendly and efficient. The programme also covers the use of computers in organizations and about the consequences that information technology has for individuals, businesses, organizations and society as a whole.
Additional admission criteria:
Previous studies in mathematics at upper secondary school or university level are required. Documentation must be submitted together with the application, and candidates will be evaluated individually. If the academic level you have achieved in some subjects is not evident from the documentation, please include more detailed information about the courses you have completed.