Would you like to learn how to connect different computer-based devices and get these to communicate with each other in a large network? Study the Bachelor’s Programme in computer science to take part in and influence the computer-controlled society of the future!
The computer science programme is a programme for students wanting to develop the digital reality of the future. Learn how to program large and small computer-controlled devices to talk to each other and to get these to communicate with things in other places in large networks of computer-controlled devices on the internet (Internet of Things). Today, more and more things are connected in the Internet of Things and to be able to program and understand the technology behind it is an important skill, which is in demand on the labour market.
For the degree of bachelor of science in engineering, the student shall, after completion of the degree, demonstrate such knowledge and skills as required to independently work as an engineer in the field of computer engineering.
The program aims to create conditions for the students develop skills in programming as well as knowledge in mathematics, computer engineering, data communication, data security and digital signal processing, with particular insight into technologies and issues related to the Internet of Things. The aim is that the student should be able to apply these skills and skills independently and in a project form.
Introductory course for Engineers *, 7.5 credits
Fundamental Programming *, 7.5 credits
Mathematics for Engineers, 7.5 credits
Database Techniques *, 7.5 credits
Object Oriented Programming *, 7.5 credits
Calculus and Algebra, 7.5 credits
Programming for Embedded Systems *, 15 credits
Computer Engineering *, 7.5 credits
Operating Systems *, 7.5 credits
Algorithms and Data Structures *, 7.5 credits
Applied Mathematics and Statistics, 7.5 ECTS credits
Data Communication *, 7.5 ECTS credits
Wireless Communication *, 7.5 credits
Sensor Technology for Embedded systems, 7.5 credits
Computer Security *, 7.5 credits
Research Methodology in Computer Science *, 7.5 credits
Development for Mobile Applications*, 7.5 credits
Internet of Things Systems Design *, 7.5 credits
Digital Signals and Systems *, 7.5 credits
Systems Engineering *, 15 credits
Degree Project in Computer Engineering *, 15 credits
Ansøgning og adgangskrav
General requirements for university studies in Sweden. Specific requirements: intermediate level physics (equivalent of Swedish course Physics 2), basic level chemistry (equivalent of Swedish course Chemistry 1) or intermediate level natural sciences (equivalent of Swedish course Natural Sciences 2), advanced+ level mathematics (equivalent of Swedish course Mathematics 3C)
Kristianstad University Sweden
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