Why choose this programme?
Computer systems are part of all parts of society, and it is important that someone develops and maintains them, understands them and ensures that they are designed to maximize their benefit and that they are not abused.
The Master’s program Informatics: Programming and System Architecture includes system development, programming, data communication, distributed systems and information security. With a master’s degree in Informatics: programming and system architecture, you understand the whole of such systems and the theories they are based on.
You can help develop and maintain such systems and you have profound knowledge within one of the sub-areas of the program.
Before the classes start in August, we welcome you to three days of compulsory teaching and various social events. Take the opportunity to become better acquainted with fellow students academically and socially, get more information about your study programme, topics, research and how to choose your master’s thesis.
You can also choose to join one of the 200 student societies at the university.
With a master’s degree in Informatics: Programming and System Architecture, you can reflect on key ethical and scientific issues in relation to your own and others work. You have developed a professional curiosity and have understanding and respect for scientific and academic values such as openness, precision and the importance of distinguishing between knowledge and opinions.
You have updated and lasting knowledge of a wide range of methods and techniques in the entire field of study and:
- know the theory, methods and techniques for analysis, planning, development and further development of IT systems
- understand the possibilities and limitations of IT solutions
- have an understanding of the IT systems life cycle: From design, programming, implementation, use, and further development needs
- know about social and ethical IT challenges
You have updated and lasting professional proficiency in a selected specialization and:
- have a basic understanding of key theories and concepts within your field of study
- can follow in the front of your field of study
- have thorough knowledge of the analysis, planning, development and further development of IT systems within your field of study
- have thorough knowledge of how developments in this field affect society and can assess ethical and social consequences
You can be a valuable participant in planning and developing IT systems and can:
- communicate and discuss your academic knowledge both orally and in writing and put them in a broader context
- collect, read, analyze, understand and disseminate advanced information about IT and IT systems
- use methods and techniques for analysis, planning, development and further development of IT systems
- collaborate with other and lead teams who develop IT systems
- assess IT solutions in a professional and social context and relate this to other systems and infrastructures
- analyze the users’ possibilities and needs and evaluate them in light of technical possibilities and limitations
You can plan and develop an IT system within your field of study and can:
- use knowledge and advanced methods and techniques in your field of study to develop parts of or entire IT systems
- use and communicate your profound knowledge to others to find common interdisciplinary solutions
- evaluate specialized IT solutions within your field of study in a professional and social context and relate this to other systems and infrastructures
- analyze the users’ possibilities and needs in your field of specialization and evaluate them in light of technical possibilities and limitations
- assess the social and ethical consequences of IT within your field of study
You can participate in a knowledge-based, critical and professional way in projects:
- You can use your knowledge in a reflective way and put them into a social framework as a basis for assessments and choices
- You can create an independent and critical look on your own and others’ work and can create and recognize well-founded professional argumentation
- You have a reflective relationship with your own knowledge and competence
- You are professionally curious and keep up with professional development
- You know the importance of your own discipline in society and business, and can discuss ethical issues surrounding it
You can apply your knowledge and skills in new areas to gain new insights:
- You can see professional relationships and put things in a larger perspective
- You can transfer ideas to new areas and think innovative and in new ways
- You can find good academic issues and explore them, both alone and in collaboration with others
- You know the importance of your own discipline in society and for businesses, and can consider the ethical implications
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