How do you identify a potential weakness in a computer network? What are the options when it comes to sustainable and energy-conscious software? How do you ensure that an application is user-friendly?
Information technology (IT) is everywhere and provides us with an unprecedented range of possibilities. In essence, computer science is about how humans interact with information and the role computers can play in this regard. Consider health apps, public transport information systems, minuscule hearing aids and self-learning robots.
During the Bachelor of Computer Science programme, you will learn to speak and understand the language of computers. You will investigate the logic on which computers are based and gain insight into a variety of programming languages. You will learn how computer networks share information efficiently and securely, and explore the nature of the interaction between computer and user. You will study the hardware of computers, but also subjects like linear algebra, software design, web technology, algorithms, intelligent systems, and databases.
You will be taught by top lecturers and guest speakers from the industry, as well as visiting companies regularly to look behind the scenes. This way, over the course of three years, you will gain a solid footing in the field. From the development of self-driving cars to the protection of sensitive data, there are countless ways in which you can make a valuable contribution to the fascinating world of IT.
The start date of this programme is September 1st.