Last edit: 20/10/2021
Approved: 20/10/2021

During the education the student should obtain basic disciplinary knowledge, skills and competencies in the core areas of information and communication technology: mathematics, electronics, computer, communication and software engineering. Students will also be given a good basis for further studies and self-development.

Knowledge and understanding

For the degree of Bachelor of Science from the programme Information and Communication Technology the student shall

  • apply mathematics and basic natural sciences within information and communication technology
  • generally follow the knowledge development within the field of technology.

Skills and abilities

For the degree of Bachelor of Science from the programme Information and Communication Technology the student shall

  • apply creative and critical working methods to solve problems within the area of information and communication technology with modern methods and tools
  • analyse technical problems from a systems perspective with an overall view on technical systems and their life cycle from conception, design, implementation, production, operation, maintenance and decomissioning
  • adopt a problem-solving perspective based on the need and functionality of the product and service, considering the individuals using the product as well as the technology interplay within the society
  • discuss technical problems and present work results in oral and written form, in English, to different target groups, as needed for an international career.

Ability to make judgments and adopt a standpoint

For the degree of Bachelor of Science from the programme Information and Communication Technology the student shall

  • demonstrate ability to make assessments with regard to relevant scientific, societal and ethical aspects within information and communication technology
  • show insight into the possibilities and limitations of technology, its role in society and people's responsibility for its use, including social and economic aspects as well as environmental and work environment aspects
  • by exercise and reflection have developed an ability to work efficiently in groups of different compositions.