Web development is a top-up programme that takes 1½ years. It consists of six core subjects and three electives.
The six core subjects can be chosen from:
- Web programming and network
- Backend and frontend programming
- Databases and XML
- Development environments and CMS
- Web communication and network sociology
- Interface design and digital aesthetics
- Advanced media technologies
The three electives are:
- Project management
- Theory of science
All subjects are completed by an oral examination of an approved project report.
The programme is taught using a combination of traditional methods, independent problem solving, projects and group work.
Read more about Danish teaching methods at www.studyindenmark.dk.
Web Development can be studied as a:
1½-year professional bachelor (90 ECTS)
You can also take single courses or subjects within the programme.
If you choose to complete the bachelor degree programme, you will graduate with the academic title Bachelor in Web Development.