|Degree:||Bachelor of Science (BSc)|
|University website:||Computing Science|
Computing Science has dramatically changed our lives over the past decade. During the programme, you will learn about the broad spectrum of computing science.
How can you make computers learn so they automatically become smarter? How do you build software that cannot be hacked? Also: which problems do we want to solve with IT? How do people use computers and software? What is the effect of automation and IT on the way people work together in organisations and society?
The Computing Science programme teaches you more than just building smart and safe software. Disciplines such as mathematics, psychology, law, medicine, and management are also dealt with. You will also learn to collaborate with others to find the best innovations and solutions.
Computing Science is an English-taught Bachelor's programme. In three years you will be provided with a broad and solid mathematical foundation that will allow you to deal with and shape the information technologies of the future. Computing Science is about learning to program, right? Right, but that is only a small part of the Bachelor’s programme.
As a computer scientist, you will learn how software works, how information is represented as digital data, what the underlying mathematical and logical principles are, and how all this is implemented in hardware like computers and digital networks. You will also learn how to apply cyber security to protect IT systems.