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Want to become an ICT engineer for international tasks? In the Bachelor's degree programme of Information and Communication Technology you will get all the ICT, project and teamwork skills needed in ICT tasks in international organisations. Deepen your skills in Software Engineering or Cyber Security. Apply and start your international studies in Finland!
The students' competence profile is determined by their personal learning plan.
Students in the Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology are able to apply the basic laws of natural sciences to solve problems in their own field. They master the skills to build information technology in an increasingly digitalised and automated society. They are capable of ethically planning, building and testing information technology solutions for the needs of working life.
The competence of a graduate from the degree programme consists of study modules in software engineering and information technology. With their module choices, students can increase their competence in programming and software development, cyber security in the ICT environment or maintenance and management of data networks and systems. The expression ‘DevSecOps competence’ commonly used in the industry is a shorthand of the above.
The students have good capabilities for continuous professional development, diverse communications and information retrieval. They have adopted an entrepreneurial and innovative approach, and are capable of working as entrepreneurs. They are also capable of working in an international work environment.
You will learn the skills of ICT construction in a digitalising and automated society. First are the basic studies, after which you can direct your studies with optional entities.
In basic vocational studies, the focus is on studying at a university of applied sciences, as well as, on the objectives and content of education. You will also be familiar with project operations, entrepreneurship, and business, learn the basics of foreign languages, and develop your general communication skills. Basic vocational studies provide you with the necessary skills in science to study vocational studies related to your degree. The vocational studies for the degree consist of software and information technology studies common to all in the specialisation area. The common studies will provide you with the basic skills required in your profession in digitalisation, programming, databases, Internet technologies, web technologies, cyber security, and operating systems. You will learn to apply the learned skills in practical projects.
Optional module studies allow you to deepen your skills in Software Engineering with other ICT module studies or modules in other degree programmes, such as those related to entrepreneurship or marketing. These studies enable you to develop into a specialist in the area of your choice and demonstrate your ability to work as an engineer after graduating.
ICT (Information and Communications Technology) skills have a high demand today. Many devices, such as household appliances and various entertainment services, use the Internet. Traditional, physical customer service locations in banks, insurance institutions, and public agencies have been replaced by Internet-based electronic services. These services are produced as cloud service in data centres, where large amounts of data are analysed. Artificial intelligence recommends services, songs, or products for purchase. How are these digital services produced in a secure manner and the users' trust in the use of the services ensured? The rapidly developing sector needs new experts who are able to apply new technologies to various innovations. Good examples include cyber security, the game industry, social media, cloud services, augmented reality, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and the 'Internet of Everything’ which has created a lot of buzz in the field.
“A degree programme in English provides extensive skills and the ability to work in the field of modern multinational technology. Software business is already fundamentally international, and the current remote work model speeds up this development."
Ilkka Turunen, Field CTO, SonatypeRead Ilkka´s story
Databases online course is for you who are going to apply for this degree programme in ICT! Students for the degree programme will be selected on the basis of the points awarded for an online course called Databases and interview.
After completing this course, you will understand the significance of databases as part of information systems and know the basic concepts of databases, you will be able to create and read database descriptions and make basic queries for manipulating and retrieving data from database using SQL (Structured Query Language). This course will also help your future degree studies in ICT!
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