Education Programme

Education Programme 2017-2018

The table below shows the subjects in the order in which they are offered, the student’s preferred prior knowledge and any additional prerequisites. Association Examination Tables.

Table 1

Course code

Course name

Q

Prerequisites

Year 1




2017

Pearls of Computer Science

1A


2017

Software Systems

1B


201600146

Network Systems

2A


201300180

Data & Information

2B


Year 2




201400210

Computer Systems

1A


2017

Intelligent Interaction Design

1B


201600270

Discrete Structures & Efficient Algorithms

2A


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Elective / Minor

2B

Compulsory for Minor: Year 1 completed upon registration

Year 3




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Elective / Minor

1A

Compulsory for Minor: Year 1 completed upon registration

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Elective / Minor

1B

Compulsory for Minor: Year 1completed upon registration

201500121

Design Project

1A/2A

Compulsory: 120EC (Excluding minor)

201500120

Research Project

1B/2B

Compulsory: 120EC (Excluding minor)

Elective module

The following modules are available to students as elective modules (students are to choose one).

Table 2

Course code

Course name

Q

Prerequisites

201500053

Cyber-Physical Systems

1B


201500025

Web Science

1B


201400537

Programming Paradigms

2B

Advisable: Software Systems

201500057

Smart Spaces

1A


Minors

See Article 3.2 of the general section of the Teaching and Examination Regulation. The in-depth module may be completed by choosing a second elective module from Table 2. Students who choose one of the following options for their minor must first obtain permission from the Examination Board:

  • Exchange Minor (EM);
  • In-depth initiatives (IM), see Table 2;
  • Multi Minors (MM);
  • Individual minor.

The Examination Board uses the following guidelines to assess the student’s request:

  1. The educational component of the minor must be at an academic level;
  2. At least 15 of the 30 credits must involve a paradigm shift;
    1. The contents of the minor must not fall within the field of computer science; or
    2. The contents of an exchange minor may fall within the field of computer science, provided that the minor is taken at an institute of higher education abroad and the educational component of the minor is at an academic level.
  3. The educational component of the minor may not overlap with the programme’s compulsory units of study;
  4. Up to five credits may be devoted to courses on the language and culture of the host country.

See www.utwente.nl/ti for further information regarding the Examination Board’s procedure for approving the minor. Once approval has been granted, the Bureau of Educational Affairs (BOZ) is responsible for the administrative procedure involved in enrolling the student in the relevant minor.

Sequence requirements (Article 7.13, paragraph 2s of the Act)

  1. A student may enrol in the minor through the Bureau of Educational Affairs once he/she has earned at least 60 credits;
  2. A student may only enrol in the final semester modules Design Project (201500121) and Research Project (201500120) once he/she has earned at least 120 credits, excluding minors;