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Today, we witness how services and devices converge, physical objects become connected (Internet of Things), and data and services move to ”the cloud” (cloud computing). As an MSc engineer in Innovative Communication Technologies and Entrepreneurship (ICTE), you will have profound knowledge of the interplay between technologies, users and markets.

Personalised media, green ICT, intelligent transport systems, connected TV, mobile payment and mobile learning are some of the areas in which we work. You will explore your creative skills and develop innovative and intelligent services based on concrete user needs. You will learn theories and methods related to entrepreneurship and application of ICT in companies and organisations.

You will learn about

  • Internet, communication and broadcast technologies

  • Services, service architectures and platforms

  • Development of user-friendly applications and services

  • Advanced mobile media technologies, e.g. Google Android, HTML5 and Semantic Web

  • Content management, recommender systems and personalisation

  • Business development and business models

  • Use of ICT in companies and organisations

  • Security, privacy, legal and ethical aspects, including the use of digital identities.

Specialisations

The theme of the programme is “Converging media technologies”. You can choose one of the following tracks:

  • Service development

  • Business development

The first semester at Innovative Communication Technologies and Entrepreneurship at AAU-Cph consists of mandatory courses only. For semesters 2-4, you will choose a sub-specialisation, containing a mix of mandatory and elective courses. Elective courses may generally be chosen from mandatory courses on other sub-specialisations or from other related MSc programmes within the School of ICT, after consultation with the programme coordinator and approval from the Study Board. Depending on student demand and staff availability, not all sub-specialisations or elective courses may be offered in a given semester.

1st semester; Services and Platforms

Courses

  • 5 ECTS - Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Business Models

  • 5 ECTS - Communication and Broadcast Networks

  • 5 ECTS - Internet Technologies and Service Architectures

Project

  • 15 ECTS - Services and Platforms

2nd semester; Choose a sub-specialisation

Service Development

Courses

  • 5 ECTS - Development of ICT and Media Services

  • 5 ECTS - Interaction Design

Elective Courses (select 1)

  • 5 ECTS - Application Security and Identity Management

  • 5 ECTS - Managerial Economics

  • 5 ECTS - Standarisation

  • 5 ECTS - Green ICT - Sustainable Business Development

Project

  • 15 ECTS - Application Development

Business Development

Courses

  • 5 ECTS - Managerial Economics

  • 5 ECTS - Standarisation

Elective Courses (select 1)

  • 5 ECTS - Development of ICT and Media Services

  • 5 ECTS - Interaction Design

  • 5 ECTS - Application Security and Identity Management

  • 5 ECTS - Green ICT - Sustainable Business Development

Project

  • 15 ECTS - Design and Markets

3rd semester; Sub-specialisation continued

Service Development

Courses

  • 5 ECTS - Content and media Management

Elective Courses (select 2)

  • 5 ECTS - Governance of ICT Infrastructures

  • 5 ECTS - Advanced Security Topics

  • 5 ECTS - Cognitive Systems and Sermantic Modelling

  • 5 ECTS - Creativity and ICT Design

  • 5 ECTS - Governance of ICT Content, Services and Applications

Project

  • 15 ECTS - Advanced ICT Solutions

Business Development

Courses

  • 5 ECTS - Governance of ICT Infrastructures

Elective Courses (select 2)

  • 5 ECTS - Content and media Management

  • 5 ECTS - Advanced Security Topics

  • 5 ECTS - Cognitive Systems and Sermantic Modelling

  • 5 ECTS - Creativity and ICT Design

  • 5 ECTS - Governance of ICT Content, Services

    and Applications

Project

  • 15 ECTS - Goveranance and Strategies

4th semester; Master's thesis

There are no courses on the 4th semester, as it is entirely devoted to working on your master's thesis.


Program requirements

Who can apply: Students are required to have a Bachelor degree in a relevant subject such as Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electronic Engineering or equivalent.Please make sure you send your application form and further documentation via post to the International Office by the required deadline.Furthermore please note the official language requirements for international students applying to Aalborg University are:IELTS (academic test): 6.5TOEFL (paper-based): 550TOEFL (computer-based): 230TOEFL (internet-based): 80Cambridge ESOL: C1 English Language Requirements IELTS band: 6.5 TOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test: 80
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