Coding & Digital Design* FT
Bachelor's degree program
*Program start pending accreditation by AQ Austria
Profile of the Program
This degree program is taught primarily in German.
The goal of the program is to provide students with expertise in software development and design. This enables them to develop and creatively design digital applications themselves. This course of studies places great emphasis on a holistic understanding of digital applications, from conception to design to completion.
- Coding of mobile and web applications
- Creative design of software products
- Practical training from conception to implementation
- Training in business subjects for the marketing of digital applications
- Semester abroad included
- Software development for web and mobile
- Software and application design
- Project management for digital products
- IT consulting
- IT service
- Independent entrepreneurship
From basics to implementation
The training focuses on the development of software applications, their implementation in code and their design. Different development and design techniques are used here.
In the field of development, students learn how to code web and mobile applications, and current topics such as cloud computing, software engineering and front/backend development with modern programming languages are also taught.
In the design area, students learn the basics of design, work with current design tools, and develop their own media content. By combining both topics, students acquire the know-how to implement their own app ideas.
Digital business models
The development of digital solutions always goes hand in hand with planning how they will later be used. For this reason, students also learn about the business management background that enables the successful use of such solutions.
Another focus is the promotion of entrepreneurial thinking in order to further strengthen the students' very good job prospects in the market. Qualification in a foreign language, a semester abroad fully integrated into the program, and a professional internship in a globally active company ensure the international orientation of this degree program. This course is also recognized in the "FiT-Frauen in die Technik" (AMS) program, thereby contributing to the advancement of women.
Recognition of prior learning
Students have the opportunity to have courses credited to them with previously acquired competencies before the start of the respective semester. The crediting is done by an application directly to the director of studies.