Bachelor - Oslo
This programme is for those who are passionate about the IT discipline and who want a career within an exciting field in growth
Admission closed 2021
It is no longer possible to apply for campus studies at Kristiania University College with admission in the autumn of 2021.
All around us, researchers and academics are working with exciting projects where they collect enormous amounts of raw data, which needs to be processed and analysed in order to discover phenomena, realise connections and reach exciting conclusions.
The findings can often be groundbreaking, but first, you need skilled collaborators in order to discover them.
The Bachelor of Data Science is a new course that trains you to use academic methods, processes, algorithms and systems to find knowledge in both structured (processed) and unstructured data.
By using the most powerful hardware, the best programming systems and the most efficient algorithms, you will help to solve problems and develop new research methods.
This course provides you with a thorough introduction to computer technology, information technology, statistics, ethical guidelines within the field of data, and computer language technology. Upon completion of the degree, you will have an expertise within a particularly exciting discipline in growth, rich in opportunities.
What do you learn?
The Bachelor of Data Science teaches you about basic topics within information technology as well as the latest research in the field. You will work with real cases from the industry, the latest IT tools and gain an in-depth understanding of subjects such as algebra, programming and IT regulations.
- Information Risk and Security
- Machine Learning
- Big Data and Cloud Computing
- Research Methods
- Predictive Analytics
Following the completion of the course, you will have the tools needed in order to begin an exciting career within an industry in rapid growth. You will also have several options at the master's level, including the Master’s degrees in Information Technology at Kristiania University College.
Thanks to digitalisation and autonomous systems, there has been a large growth in the need for skilled IT technicians within a variety of industries, both in Norway and abroad. You are able to work in both the public and private sectors, or you can choose to become a freelancer.
Examples of positions you will qualify for include:
- IT Consultant
- Data Scientist
- Solution Specialist
This is just a selection of the possibilities that will be available to candidates who are passionate about the discipline and who want to build a career within an exciting industry.