For students from the bachelor’s programme Creative Technology a fixed minor programme has been formulated.
To be admitted to this minor, the module Smart Technology must have been part of your bachelor’s programme.
The minor programme is taught during the first semester of the academic year (autumn) and consists of the following courses:
Study load (EC)
Digital Logic and Computer Organization
Engineering System Dynamics
Probability Theory and Statistics
*) Part of the Electrical Engineering Bachelor module Systems & Control.
Note that the course Linear Systems is taught during the whole semester. Linear Systems starts in week 5 of the first quarter.
Language of instruction
Thos minor programme is taught in English.
Admission to the master’s programme
As a Creative Technology graduate you will be admitted directly to the Systems & Control master’s programme if the courses of this minor programme have been part of your bachelor’s programme. When courses from this programme are lacking, you can follow them as yet during a premaster’s programme
Starting the master’s programme
The master’s programme can be started in the beginning of Quarter 2A (February). However this assumes that all examinations of the premaster’s courses have been passed successfully. If one or more examinations have been failed, a resit will be offered in quarter 2A. This will delay the start of the master’s programme.
Homologation courses (after the bachelor’s programme)
Homologation courses (bridging courses) are advanced bachelor courses that you may have to follow after bachelor’s programme. Formally they are part of the master’s programme and as such they are included in the 120 EC study load of the programme. The courses depend on the chosen specialization and will be selected by the programme mentor of your master specialisation.
Coordinator of this minor programme
You may also consult the programme coordinator of Creative Technology: