Qualification of Applied Information Technology
Academic year: 2019-20
Field of Study: Business Management
Study load: 180
- is able to adequately communicate in any (inter)national professional context.
- is able to autonomously and actively manage their own individual professional development starting from a deontological and social reference framework and critical (self) reflection.
- is able to cooperate within an intradisciplinary or interdisciplinary team and take up (co) responsibility in order to obtain qualitative and collective results.
- is able to systematically tackle and coordinate a complex IT-project and autonomously develop, execute and critically follow-up an appropriate project plan.
- is able to critically analyze, clearly reproduce and adequately advise complex IT-requirements and questions, tailored to the organization.
- is able to reflect with an inquiring and discerning attitude in order to develop efficient solutions.
- is able to critically and in a methodologically correct way investigate, evaluate and (re)design or optimize existing and innovative (IT-)solutions.
A Bachelor (Ba) of Applied Computer Science can, after the successful completion of a bridging program (between 45 and 90 credits), gain access to the following Master Programs:
- Master of Science in Applied Computer Science
- Master of Science in Commercial Sciences
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Communication Management
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Film- and Television Studies
- Master of Science in Communication Science: Journalism
- Master of Science in Communication Science: New Media and Society
- Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering
- Master of Science in Electronics and ICT Engineering Technology
- Master of Science in EU-Studies
- Master of Science in Political Science
- Master of Science in Sociology
- Postgraduate in IT-Management