With a bachelor in Software Development, you will hold the academic title of BSc (Bachelor of Science). This qualifies you to continue your studies in a master’s programme at the IT University or a different Danish or foreign university in the areas of science, social science and technology.
You have direct access to the MSc programme in Computer Science and the MSc programme in Games (the Game Technology track) for three years after graduation, if you have completed your BSc degree after January 1, 2019 (legal right to admission).
The BSc in Software Development is geared towards the business community and you can therefore apply for a challenging and well-paid job after only three years.
The programme allows you to choose between different career paths. You can for example choose to work with very advanced software development, which deals mainly with technical issues. Alternatively, you can choose a career that focuses on customer needs, business, cooperation and people.