The overall objective of the bachelor’s degree program is to train and educate young professionals to the level they need to enter an appropriate master’s degree program or embark upon a professional career in the computer science field.
To that end, you are expected to:
- Acquire cognitive skills relating to computer science and engineering
- Acquire practical capabilities and skills relating to software design
- Acquire professional and generic academic skills
A detailed descriptions of the learning outcomes of the program is presented in this profile.
The schedule below provides a detailed overview of the Bachelor’s Program of Computer Science and Engineering for students starting the academic year 2022/2023. Students starting before this academic year can find their curriculum under Curriculum Archive, or in the Program and Examinations Regulations.
For all generations: One is free to choose the formal variant of basic course 3NAB0 (Yr 1, Q2): 3NBB0
For all generations: Years 2 and 3 show 10x elective or USE. This means that the student must choose between an elective study component or a USE study component. The requirement is that, in study years 2 and 3, a total of 3 USE study components (one coherent USE package) and 7 electives must be completed.
For generation 2018 and before: during the major one has to choose one DBL out of three (the other DBL’s might be chosen as electives in year 2 or 3).
For generation 2019 and onwards: during the major one has to choose one DBL out of three. The amount of DBLs is limited to 1 (see complete regulations in the PER).
For all generations: Component 2IPE0 (Yr 3,Q4) can be taken in Q1 or Q3 instead. The Q1 and Q3 instances will only be availalbe if enough students register to form a group.
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