Introduction to the programme

Software development and construction of IT systems

The bachelor subject Computer Science is about software development and the design of IT systems. You will learn to plan, analyse, implement, test and document a programming assignment. You will not only become a programmer, you will also learn to reflect on and participate in a development project from start to finish: from planning and coding to testing in practice and evaluation.

The subject Computer Science will equip you with a theoretical and methodological insight into the core aspects of computer science, and you will learn to incorporate theory and method into your practical work. You will acquire the basic, practical skills necessary for programming, structuring information and developing elegant solutions. You will learn how to progress from product description to action plan, how a problem should be approached in order to find the appropriate solution, and how to test the completed IT system.

All teaching and project writing is conducted in English.

Your everyday study life

Computer Science has a small, cozy and closely connected study environment. You can expect to go through the study together with the students starting the education at the same time as you do, but you will also meet new people at elective courses and through social activities across the study years.

All teaching in Computer Science is carried out by a regular staff of teachers and takes place in the same building. The department's lecturers and professors have offices close to your classrooms and they run an "open door" policy that makes it easy to get in touch with your teachers - whether it's about a challenging academic problem or for a cozy chat. During your education you will become part of the daily life of the department.

From bachelor to master

The two subjects you choose for your bachelor can be continued on our master programmes. Your bachelor degree also provides access to other of our master programmes.

Academic Staff

Academic Staff at Computer Science