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Specialisation Studies in Information and Telecommunication Technology, Mobile Programming

Autumn 2012

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Advanced Professional Studies
             
Specialisation option in Mobile Programming
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Applied Mathematics 5
 
   
Service Oriented Architecture 5
 
   
Embedded Linux Project 5
 
   
Applied Image Techniques Project 5
 
   
Game Programming Mathematics 5
 
   
Android Application Development 5
 
   
iPhone Application Development 5
 
   
Qt Application Development 5
 
   
4015257.57.512.512.5
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 4015257.57.512.512.5

Planned syllabus may change during studies.

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Description

The main goal of the Specialisation Studies in Mobile Programming is to give you the latest knowledge and skills required in advanced tasks related to mobile programming. Professional studies enable you to follow the professional development of the field, both from the applied research and practical viewpoints. The curriculum consists of a variety of courses such as Symbian Technology, eLinux, and other advanced mobile technologies. In addition to the professional orientation, you can also learn Applied Mathematics to enhance your understanding of methodological aspects in applied research projects.

The studies consist of lectures, laboratory work, assignments and projects as well as independent studying. During laboratory work and projects, you learn to acquire and process information and to assess and solve complex problems.

The content of the specialisation studies is the same as in the Master of Engineering in Information Technology (MEng) degree, except students do not compile a Final Project. Students can choose 30 ECTS.

Specialisation studies enable you to upgrade your competence and build up your knowledge in a selected area of information technology. The students may later apply to the Master’s Programme.