New Study structure from 2011
From 2011 Technical IT will have a new study structure. The purpose is to reinforce the education and have even more opportunities and flexibility. The new structure opens up for new courses in electronics, optics and photonics as well as several courses in communication technology. Besides offering these new disciplines, the new structure also ads greater flexibility for each student to organize his/her own specialization.
Mandatory courses on the programme
- Information Theory and coding
- Systems Engineering
- Wireless Sensor Networks and Electronics
- Optimization in Physical and ICT Systems
- Software Engineering Principles
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The programme provides specialisationpackages in the following areas:
- Specifikation af IT-systemer
- Programming Language Paradigms
- Test of Distributed Systems
Embedded real time systems
- Architecture and Design of Embedded Real Time Systems
- Hardware/Software Co-design of Embedded Systems
- Modellering af kritiske systemer
Digital signal behandling
- Avanceret signalbehandling og analyse
- Ikke-lineær signalbehandling og mønstergenkendelse
- Computer Vision
- Architecture and Design of Dist. Dependable Systems
- Middleware and Com. Protocols for Dependable Systems
- Advanced Pervasive Computing
- Advanced Digital Wireless Communication
- Advanced Embedded Sensor Networks
- IP-based Wireless Communications and Internet-of-things
- CMOS Analog Integrated Circuit Design
- Advanced Analog Integrated Circuit Design
- Analysis and Design of Integrated CMOS RF Circuits
Companies want Masters with great theoretical depth and analytical working methods. You will learn to combine the theoretically strong knowledge of the computer scientists with the more practical and innovative approach that the engineers make. This makes you suited for the requirements from the job market.
With a Master’s degree in IT, you have the following skills:
- You have general knowledge of technical IT and detailed knowledge of key disciplines, methodologies, theories and technologies within technical IT.
- You can independently plan, manage and implement projects and apply the results in scientifically relevant decision processes.
- You can assess the applicability and appropriateness of theoretical, experimental and practical methodologies for the analysis and solution of scientific questions and issues.
- You can structure your own competence development independently and critically.
- You are able to systematically and critically familiarise yourself with new subject areas.
- You can relay and communicate academic questions and issues to both a scientific and an industrial audience.
- You can collaborate constructively on a scientific and technical basis to solve subject-related issues.
In collaboration with the Engineering College of Aarhus, the University of Aarhus educates graduate engineers in IT for the regional, national and international job markets. Graduates are employed in many different job areas and institutions.
- Multimedia Technology: If you choose the multimedia technology line, your studies lead to positions such as development engineers for instruments, involving signal processing of sound and images, for example. Such instruments are normally accomplished by means of dedicated signal processors and can be used for purposes such as wireless devices for measuring a patient’s heart rate.
- Distributed Real-Time Systems: If you choose the distributed real-time systems line, you can often get a job as a software architect or software developer of larger instruments and systems, typically worked out on dedicated microprocessor platforms using real-time operative systems, and often including wired or wireless communication. A good example of such a system is a mobile phone and the accompanying infrastructure.
- Software Engineering: If you choose the software engineering line, you can typically get a job as a software architect, software developer or project manager for larger IT systems that are normally worked out on standard platforms aided by standard operative systems. This typically involves IT systems that are part of an IT context. An example of such a system can be electronic medical records that automatically collect measuring data from patients.
Applying technical IT affects day-to-day life to an ever-greater extent. You are therefore trained to develop reliable, user-friendly systems. In-depth knowledge of technology is thus significant, but being able to apply this knowledge to developing instruments and systems is just as important – those that have the right functions and are simple and straightforward to use for many different groups of users. System development also requires close interaction between many development engineers with different backgrounds, and this means you learn to collaborate with others.
Stark im Netzwerk
Die Aarhus University ist eine lebendige und moderne Hochschule, die mit Unternehmen, kulturellen Zentren und anderen Universitäten rund um den Globus zusammenarbeitet. Das verstärkt die internationale Atmosphäre und bietet dir viele professionelle und internationale Perspektiven. Eine Möglichkeit besteht zum Beispiel darin, ein Austauschsemester an einer der zahlreichen exzellenten Partneruniversitäten zu verbringen.
Ein Master-Abschluss von der Aarhus University ist einer der besten Startpunkte für deine zukünftige Karriere – egal ob in der Forschung, Industrie oder im öffentlichen Sektor.
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