There are two megatrends in the broad field of digitalisation: artificial intelligence and the security of digital systems. IT courses of study offer great potential on the future job market, e.g. to contain potential dangers arising from the use of digital processes, as in the "Cyber Security" course of study, or a Bachelor's degree with the title "Artificial Intelligence", which stands out among German courses of study. But even with tried and tested courses of study such as Applied Computer Science, Business Informatics or Internet of Things, students can choose from countless job offers and help shape digital change.Prof. Dr.-Ing. Udo Garmann, Faculty Dean
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Examination boards (in German)
Recognitions of competencies, study and examination achievements for modules of a study programmes in the Faculty of Applied Computer Science.
This process regulates the application of §4 of the General Study and Examination Regulations APO of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology.
1) Recognition of achievements already achieved:
In the first semester in which you are enrolled in this degree programme, you can submit a (!) joint application to have your competencies, study and to have examination achievements acquired at other universities, other degree programmes of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology or at non-university institutions credited. Such an application must be submitted no later than on the last day of lectures of this semester in accordance with §4 Abs.4 S.2 of the APO. The Application must be completed for the entire course of study. Later applications are not possible and will be rejected.
2) Recognition of achievements yet to be achieved:
Applications prior to a semester abroad (internal learning agreement) or alternative modules of the Virtual University of Bavaria must be submitted in good time before the planned acquisition of credits. The internal Learning Agreement ensures that upon return from abroad the achievements achieved there are recognised.
It must be applied before or at the same time as the application for the external Learning Agreement.
The further procedure is the same for both cases 1) and 2):
The file with the signature (also scanned) is named AntragModulanerkennungen-<name>-<first name>-<subject abbreviation>.pdf, replace <name> with the surname, <first name> with the first name and <subject abbreviation> according to the following list
If recognition of more than 7 modules is requested, a second page must be inserted.