Overview

During the B.Sc. Development | Digital Products (previously also Web Development) you will learn how to design, design and develop real, digital products and services. Interaction design, UX design, usability engineering, script languages, business informatics and social media are just as much on the curriculum as hardware programming, communication strategy and agile project management. Building on this, you develop digital experiences, online platforms, hardware projects, virtual rooms and games.

The focus is exclusively on sustainable projects that have a sustainable effect with large companies, NGOs, institutes, universities or startups for sustainable development in the entire breadth of society.

You will learn how to coordinate real projects, work in teams with content experts, communication designers and marketing experts, advise customers, derive concepts from ideas and finally design and implement them technically. Our students already work on assignments for customers from all over the world during their studies - an ideal preparation for a professional career start.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

First semester
  • UX / UI Design and Gamification, Project Management (Cooperation Project)5
  • Computer Science | Programming5
  • Computer Science | Computer Architecture and Operating Systems5
  • Design and Communication Science5
  • Design Basics 15
  • Elective module Design I5

At the end of the first semester, the students are able to develop a technical and visual concept of a digital product (service, app or software) for a task formulated by an external partner from business, culture, society or social affairs. You can apply your creative knowledge to this specific task in the area of ??prototyping. In the technical modules, the students learn the basic functionality of computers, computer networks and the Internet as a special example, as well as their practical use for the implementation of distributed software systems.

In both areas of focus, the students are first shown and explained procedures and tools that the students then use to solve given tasks. 

 

Second semester

  • Computer Science | Computer Networks and Internet Protocols5
  • Basecamp | Integrated information architecture + service design thinking5
  • Basecamp | Usability engineering5
  • Design and media studies5
  • Software engineering | Distributed Software Systems (Cooperation Project)5
  • Elective module Design II

 

Third semester

  • UX / UI information psychology / UX writing5
  • Instructional Design + Digital Learning Environment5
  • Content Marketing + SEO / SEM Strategy5
  • Mathematics 15
  • Software engineering | Cross-Platform Applications (Cooperation Project)5
  • Elective module design III5

 

Fourth semester

  • Computer Science | Database Systems10
  • Mathematics 25
  • Free project development / startup / entrepreneurship5
  • Software engineering | Content Management Systems (Cooperation Project)5
  • Deepening: Lab Project5
  • Elective module Design IV5

 

 

5TH SEMESTER

Mobility phase / own startup

  • Mobility phase / internship | Development20th
  • Mobility phase / Free project / Development10

 

Sixth semester

  • Computer Science | Introduction Data Science5
  • Computer Science | Introduction to Artificial Intelligence5
  • Game Design + Game Development | VR / AR Unity5
  • Software engineering | Embedded Systems and Internet of Things (Cooperation Projects)5
  • Scientific colloquium5
  • Elective module Design V5

 

Seventh semester

  • Business intelligence5
  • Preparation B.Sc. Thesis / Next Generation Development5
  • Entrepreneurship and media law design5
  • Writing workshop | Preparation B.Sc. Thesis5
  • Bachelor thesis Development | Digital Products10

In the final semester, the focus is on your own bachelor's thesis. The preceding modules prepare you for your own work accordingly. The students work on a topic of their own choosing, which can also be in the context of the dual partner or other companies and startups.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Certificate of general higher education entrance qualification or advanced technical college entrance qualification (if you do not yet have a qualification, the last interim certificate is also sufficient)
  • alternatively, a professional qualification and 3 years of professional experience can also provide access - you can find more cases and information on our page " Studying without a high school diploma "
  • Digital folder with 3-4 own ideas / sketches / projects in the field of interactive media *
  • English certificates (only if you want to study in English)
  • curriculum vitae
  • Copy of ID

The digital folder (PDF, zip, links, etc.) and your curriculum vitae should provide an insight into your individual creative and technical development, e.g. B. Photoshop, idea sketches, XD or Sketch web designs, created websites or apps. We consciously avoid thematic requirements. Include a brief written explanation of your approach to work

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • Duolingo 95 points
  • TOEFL 87 ibt (direct admission)
  • TOEFL 79 - 86 ibt (with additional agreement)
  • TOEIC 785 (Listening / Reading 785, Speaking 160, Writing 150)
  • IELTS (academic) 6.5 in average. Deviations from this are regulated in the current version of the Language Center's guideline
  • CAE (grade A, B, or C)
  • CPE (grade A, B or C)
  • FCE (grade A, B or C)
  • Pearson English Test Academic (PTE-A): 59 points

Studies in German : If your mother tongue is not German, you should also submit proof of German.

Here are the language tests and the levels you should have:

  • DSH exam (level 2)
  • TestDaF (TDN 4 in all sub-exams. If a grade 3 is achieved in one sub-exam, this can be offset if the grade 5 is given in another sub-exam and a total of at least 20 points have been achieved)
  • the Goethe certificate C1 and C2 or Telc C1 and C2 (minimum grade 2)
  • the language diploma (level II) of the Standing Conference (KMK), also called DSD II
  • the assessment test of a preparatory college, part of the German examination
  •  telc C1 University.

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • UI / UX design expert
  • Full stack developer
  • Front-end designer
  • Service Design Thinking Expert
  • Web developer
  • IOT hardware-based coding expert
  • Software engineering
  • Content manager
  • Project manager digital
  • Game Developer / Game Designer
  • Social Media Engineer
  • E-learning expert

In media agencies, medium-sized and international companies, the various doors are open, for example as software developers, consultants, game designers, app developers. You are also well prepared for the leap into self-employment. In addition, you have access to numerous postgraduate and master’s courses in Germany and abroad.

IOT project presentation together with Shepherd Germany. The students developed an autonomous sea drone to support beach 


Overview

During the B.Sc. Development | Digital Products (previously Web Development) you will learn how to conceive, design and develop real, digital products and services. Interaction design, UX design, usability engineering, script languages, business informatics and social media are just as much on the curriculum as hardware programming, communication strategy and agile project management. Building on this, you develop digital experiences, online platforms, hardware projects, virtual rooms and games.

The focus is exclusively on sustainable projects that have a sustainable effect with large companies, NGOs, institutes, universities or startups for sustainable development in the entire breadth of society.

You will learn how to coordinate real projects, work in teams with content experts, communication designers and marketing experts, advise customers, derive concepts from ideas and finally design and implement them technically. Our students already work on assignments for customers from all over the world during their studies - an ideal preparation for a professional career start.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Certificate of general higher education entrance qualification or advanced technical college entrance qualification (if you do not yet have a qualification, the last interim certificate is also sufficient)
  • Alternatively, a professional qualification and 3 years of professional experience can also provide access - you can find more cases and information on our website
  • Digital folder with 3-4 own ideas / sketches / projects in the field of interactive media *
  • curriculum vitae
  • Copy of ID

The digital folder (PDF, zip, links, etc.) and your curriculum vitae should provide an insight into your individual creative and technical development, e.g. B. Photoshop, idea sketches, XD or Sketch web designs, created websites or apps. We consciously avoid thematic requirements. Include a brief written explanation of your approach to work.

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • DSH exam (level 2)
  • TestDaF (TDN 4 in all sub-exams. If a grade 3 is achieved in one sub-exam, this can be offset if the grade 5 is given in another sub-exam and a total of at least 20 points have been achieved)
  • the Goethe certificate C1 and C2 or Telc C1 and C2 (minimum grade 2)
  • the language diploma (level II) of the Standing Conference (KMK), also called DSD II
  • the assessment test of a preparatory college, part of the German examination
  •  telc C1 University.


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