Expected learning outcomes
- The candidate has a basic understanding of the profession of engineering and the role of the computer engineer in the society.
- The candidate can explain the historical evluation of technology in general and of computer science in particular.
- The candidate is familiar with scientific methods and has basic knowledge of project management and reporting.
- The candidate has an overall knowledge of the technical foundatins of computers, network and security.
- The candidate knows basic methods for innovation.
- The candidate can identify and recognise engineering problems, and solve them with reference to scientific literature.
- The candidate can utilize software for computing, data analysis and scientific reporting.
- The candidate is familiar with basic processes for innovation in projects.
- The candidate is aware of environmental and ethical consequences of technological products and solutions.
- The candidate is familiar with sharing knowledge and experience with others, both written and orally, in Norwegian and Englsh, and can cooperate as a part of a team.
- The candidate is able to organise, plan and manage his studies, both individually and in collaboration with others.
- Project management
- Academic writing and tools
- Information retrieval
- Technical computing and data analysis
- History of technology
- History of computer science
- Foundations of computer architechture, data communication and network security
- Privacy and copy right
- Study skills
Form(s) of Assessment
Written exam, 4 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
- Written exam - counts 60%
- Project report (by group) - counts 40%
- Both parts must be passed
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
External and internal examiner for the written exam. Internal examiner for the project report.
Orinary re-sit for the written exam in august. Re-sit of project by appointment with the course responsible.
Code D: No printed or hand-written support material is allowed. A specific basic calculator is allowed.
Read more about permitted examination aids.
- Completed course in study skills (UNSTUKK)
- Completed course in creativity and innovation (3IKK)
- Individual technical report
- Oral presentation of the project report as a group
Ronny Kjelsberg. Teknologi- og vitenskapshistorie (under utgivelse).
Gisle Hannemyr, Gunnar Liestøl, Marika Lüders og Terje Rasmussen, Digitale Medier – Teknologi, anvendelser, samfunn. Universitetsforlaget (2015). ISBN 9788215025025.
Replacement course for
7 credits reduction towards TØL1001 and TØL1002.