This means that you need communicative and commercial skills, which is why economics, business administration and communication are part of your curriculum as well.
You are offered a broad, practical training, which will enable you to find a place within the most diverse IT sectors easily. Moreover, you can specialise in:
The bachelor in Applied Information Technology is a practical three year course.
The first year offers a sound training in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, big data, development (Java, .NET, Python) & operations (Linux, Windows Server).
The second and third year allow you to further develop your personal interests. You can choose an IT-specialisation.
During the programme you will learn to think and act like an IT-professional. You will evolve into a dynamic personality who is able to think open minded and to have professional conversations on a management level. You will gain insight in economic issues. You will improve your communication skills and learn how to co-create with clients and develop new future-oriented 'smart solutions & applications' in the work field.