A qualifying examination certificate that can be equated with a Danish upper secondary school leaving certificate.
Mathematics corresponding to the Danish B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate (there is no grade requirement if you have passed Mathematics corresponding the Danish A-level).
English corresponding to the Danish B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate (there is no grade requirement if you have passed English corresponding the Danish A-level).
You must be proficient in oral and written English, as the programme is taught in English.
Would you like to contribute to business solutions that help bringing people and continents closer together? Would you like to promote cultural and economic development and create appropriate forms of cooperation and organizational opportunities when IT is put to use? In that case the three-year BSc programme in Global Business Informatics will appeal to you. The programme is taught in English.
This programme emphasizes qualitative approaches to understanding IT, and its global significance, and involves private business as well as public and non-profit agencies. How organizations engage in developing IT strategies and governing their enterprises across countries and differences, including various professions, and gender, as well as how ordinary people put technologies to use in their everyday work environments are key questions addressed in this programme.
With a BSc in Data Science, you will become the next generation analyst — a data scientist with comprehensive analytical and technical skills covering all aspects of handling and analyzing data. By deriving key insights from data, you will be driving the decision-making of the future. You will learn to work in interdisciplinary teams and not only make sense of vast amounts of data, but also use your organizational knowledge and market understanding to make a difference.
Businesses and other organizations worldwide are accumulating enormous quantities of data for software or market research, disaster prediction, investment analysis, policy development, artificial intelligence, preventive initiatives in health and much more. However, there is a widespread lack of professionals with the know-how to harvest intelligence from this data.
During the three-year programme, you will receive extensive teaching in the technical subjects mathematics and statistics for data sciences, programming, machine learning, algorithms development, and data management, as well as in social science applications, research methods, data visualisation, communication, and critical reflection.
In the MSc programme in Digital Innovation & Management you will be equipped with knowledge, skills and tools for understanding and managing complex and often turbulent processes of digital change and innovation in a wide variety of organizations.
As digital technologies continuously and rapidly evolve they affect organizations, people and society in new and surprising ways. To handle these changes and challenges of digitalization of already computerized systems require the ability to make informed and timely decisions and adjustments during strategic, tactical, organizational and practical tasks in management and governance. This relies on a deep understanding of people, technology and digital change.
This MSc programme takes seriously the immense challenges digitalization presents for organizing and managing IT. Today’s societies face grand challenges in areas such as energy, health care, climate and finance and it has only become more obvious that we need to go beyond formulaic IT management and organizational recipes and learn to think about the complexities of relationships between humans and technology differently. You will apply an interdisciplinary approach to contemporary problems, combining a range of competences from ethnography, business studies, informatics, IT-management, governance, innovation studies and social studies of IT.
The study programme is open both to students with an undergraduate degree in computer science or software development, and to graduates from other study areas. Whether you hold a bachelor in computer science, or in business and marketing, we help you to grow research level expertise in software science.
Software Development gives you access to cutting edge knowledge in software design, programming languages, databases, distributed systems, artificial intelligence, algorithms, software development processes, requirements, organization and management.
The programme gives you opportunity to work with all phases of the development process – analysis, design, development, test and launch, and you will learn how to design and program software systems of all scales, from mobile applications to web based business solutions.
You can choose between two different admission areas depending on whether or not you have an IT-related background.
Advanced Computing track
The two-year MSc programme in Games provides you with technical, theoretical and practical knowledge on how computer games work, how they are designed and how they socially impact us. You will work with some of the world’s leading games researchers, and you will have the opportunity to become a computer games creator yourself.
Playing can be a form of communication, of learning, of social interaction, as well as entertainment. The Games programme will give your insight into the medium and you will have the opportunity to create the games of the future.
The MSc in Games deals with computer games on both a theoretical and a practical level. You will study how to contribute to the development of a computer game and their cultural significance. You will also learn how to adapt games and playfulness to other domains. And you will work with new technologies, exploring their potential for games.