In order to become a skilled software designer and developer, you must combine four subject areas; software design, software construction, computer architecture and network and the company.
System development is usually done in groups as a project, meaning that you will learn about project work. Also, you will be working with different tools, which are relevant for system development.
You will learn to develop programmes of high quality. You will learn about programming-language (JAVA), technology for construction of programmes and working with tools, with the purpose of developing programmes.
Computer Architecture and network
Computer Architecture and network is concerned with the technology behind the programmes. You will study how a computer is built and how it runs programmes. You will also learn about the technology used in the systems that, for instance, run over the internet.
This subject is concerned with the understanding of how a company can organise solutions. You will learn about standard systems, which companies use in order to maintain the daily operation and also what possibilities this gives the companies.
The first part of the 5th semester is where you complete your internship in a company. The latter part is concerned with your final project, this you will complete working with a company.
We have a very close relationship with the business world in relation to internships and specific specialisations.
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During the 4th semester, you will be spending most of your time on your chosen specialisation, through which you will have the opportunity to explore the academic field of your specialisation. The specialisation offered at Dania, constantly changes as new technology is continuously developed.
Computer Science at Dania Academy, University of Applied Sciences in Skive focuses on system development.
Computer Science at Dania Academy, University of Applied Sciences in Grenaa focuses on game development.
As a key part of the educational programme, you must complete a three-month internship in Denmark or abroad.
Your application must be in our hands no later than July 5th.
You can apply at http://www.optagelse.dk/
Computer Scientists are usually employed in a job, which demands a specialised IT-knowledge.
You will be able to work as a (depending on your specialisation):
- Software Architect
- Software Developer
- Game Programmer
- Web Programmer
- System Administration
- Strategy and Planning
For more information about the State Education Grant, please go to www.su.dk/english
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During the programme students work with various software such as:
Microsoft Visual Studio
Microsoft Office 365
Many of the programs used are are freely available and we work continously to make relevant software aailable to out students. As of today we have academic agrements with the following companies regarding student use of their products.