BA in Web Development
ZIBAT Campus Roskilde (Business & IT) offers you a top-up possibility for a Bachelor Degree in Web Development.
If you are an AP (Academy Profession) graduate in Computer Science, Multimedia Design or hold similar international qualifications within the field of web programming and media technologies, then this 1½ year top-up programme may be of interest to you.
Are you pursuing a career in web development or e-business?
The structure and the make-up of the programme are clearly aimed at the future which everybody within the web and multimedia businesses anticipates.This means that the emphasis is on the students working with technologies which will ensure that they will be prepared to assume many different jobs such as:
- Internet Programmer (web, html, java, perl)
- Multimedia Programmer
- System Developer
- Application Developer
- Web Developer and IT Developer.
- Accreditation and opportunities for further education
The Bachelor of Web Development provides access to relevant master degree programmes at a number of universities and business schools in Denmark. Apart from Danish universities, you will also have a wide range of opportunities for further education in other countries, especially in Europe, since the programme is ECTS accredited. Please note that you may be subject to residence permit regulations in other European countries
The curriculum and learning objectives of the programme are based on research into the future requirements of the web and media industry for staff with a broad foundation in web and multimedia technologies. You will gain thorough insight into e.g. Databases and XML, Web Communication and Network
Sociology, Development Environments and CMS, Interface Design and Digital Aesthetics, Advanced Media Technologies, Project Management and Security.
The purpose of the programme is to qualify the students to work independently in designing and constructing web applications of all sizes.
The internship period
The company internship (normally unpaid) is comparable with a full-time job with the same requirements concerning working hours, contribution, commitment and flexibility which the graduate would expect to find in his/her first job.
The aims and the objectives of the internship are decided by the student and two supervisors (one from Campus Roskilde and one from the company).
The internship period concludes with an evaluation based upon a written report made by the student and an evaluation scheme done by the company.
The Bachelor project
The project will take the central topics of the study programme as its starting point and can contain elements from the internship. The problem statement for the project is prepared by the student, preferably in cooperation with a company.
The project’s problem statement must be approved by Campus Roskilde.