Information Technology (EN) fulltime

Make the world your workplace by becoming an all-rounder in IT. 

For whom?

As a future Information Technology professional, you are eager to learn, solution-oriented, creative and you understand the needs of employers and customers. You are also interested in programming and security. To complete this programme, you need to be both independent and a real team player.

Overview

The four-year Information Technology degree is combines theory with practice. You will immediately collaborate with companies from the field. Below you can read how the four years are structured.

Summary

Summary

A degree in Information Technology is the foundation for a wide range of exciting IT-based careers, including software development, web-application development or security. You will cover a variety of different subjects and major developments in IT today. The programme is designed in conjunction with the industry to ensure that you develop the skills employers are seeking.

Programme structure
There are two components to the bachelor's degree in Information Technology at Inholland: the major and the specialisation. The major is the core of the programme and will account for half of your studies. This is where you will acquire your general professional knowledge and skills. The specialisation allows you to tailor the programme your personal ambitions.

Teaching

  • Theory
    The first part of the programme is about the fundamentals of computer science. Besides attending lectures, you will also spend time studying independently and undertaking research.
  • Projects
    Theory is immediately linked to practice by working on various projects to familiarise yourself with information technology. You will work in teams to deliver an IT product or service that addresses a business problem for a real client.
  • Practice
    Immerse yourself in the industry through hackathons, excursions and company visits. In the third year you will complete an internship at a company of your choice.
  • Research
    From the first to the fourth year, you are working on your research skills. You carry out research during every project, including the internship and your graduation project.

Year 1

Year one

The first year is divided into four terms, which are organised around central themes, such as web creation or application building. In this way you become acquainted with the broad IT field. You follow IT-related courses, but also mathematics and English to strengthen your basic skills. You will immediately put what you've learned to practical use.

Check the first-year timetable

Subjects

MathematicsICT ManagementWeb DesignInteraction DesignCodingModellingDatabasesNetwork InfrastructuresProject ManagementComputer Architecture

Year 2

Year two

You start the second year with an extensive project in which you design, program and test a web application for a festival. During the second half of the year, you build a social media application on behalf of a company, and you develop a suitable social media strategy.

After completing the first two years, you have sufficient knowledge of information technology to choose your own specialisation.

 

Year 3

Year three

During your third year, you do an internship at an organisation of your choice. This internship will enable you to become familiar with the day-to-day work of an IT professional and opportunities in this line of work. If you wish, you can also do the internship abroad.  

Specialisation phase
Afterwards, you will enter the specialisation phase. The two specialisation tracks are:

  • Game Engineering
  • User Experience & Big Data

Year 4

Year four

In the fourth year you will choose another specialisation:

  • Mobile Applications
  • Cloud & Security

In both tracks, you will develop software for a real client. Afterwards, you will dedicate a period of approximately six months to your graduation project. You will work independently on a project on behalf of a company. You will present your work to the Information Technology department and the company you worked for.

Bachelor of Science
Once you have successfully completed Information Technology, you have earned the title Bachelor of Science!

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Get off to a good start

It is important that you quickly feel at home at Inholland University. That you know how your course is set up and how you can study effectively. Our Study Coaches are here to get you off to a good start and will introduce you to your study group. Should you have specific study-related problems, your mentor is happy to provide advice.

 

More opportunities to go abroad

The IT sector is very international. Apart from operating globally, companies also provide services to customers abroad and you meet people from all corners of the world. An internship or study abroad is therefore certainly encouraged. We have partnerships with, for example, universities and companies in China or South Africa.

Questions?

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