You can analyse an information system using relevant theory and you
- have a solid understanding of sentral theories and concepts
- understand possibilities and limitations within the use of IT solutions
- have an understanding of the IT systems life cycle: From design to programming, implementation, use and further development needs
- know about social and ethical IT challenges
You have knowledge of scientific policies and have
- solid understanding of scientific ways of thinking and research methods
- can choose relevant approximations in your own research
You can analyse an information system using relevant theories and can
- evaluate IT-solutions in a social context and related to other systems and infrastructure
- analyse the needs of the users and consider them in light of technical possibilities and limitations
- consider social and ethical consequences of IT
You can research professional issues and can
- make qualified decisions and use relevant qualitative research methods
- identify and expand on relevant professional issues
- write a larger scientific report
- disseminate and discuss own research results both orally and in writing
- recognize good argumentation and research
You can participate in a knowledge-based, critical and professional way in projects:
- You examine and use the needs of users and society as the basis for professional assessments and choices.
- You can establish an independent and critical look on your own and others' work.
- You can create and recognize well-founded academic argumentation.
- You have a reflective relationship with your own knowledge and skills.
- You are professionally curious and keeps pace with the professional development.
You can apply your knowledge and skills in new areas to gain new insights:
- You can see professional relationships and put things in a larger perspective.
- You can transfer ideas to new areas and think innovative and new.
- You can find good academic issues and explore them, both alone and in collaboration with others.
- You know the importance of your own discipline in society and in business, and consider ethical implications.