Students in this dual-subject bachelor's programme have the opportunity to combine Computing Science to varying extents with another subject.
This degree programme, which is worth 90 credit points, can be combined with an applied subject (30 credit points), and prepares students for careers outside of the teaching field, as well as for further study in related master's programmes.
Students who intend to become teachers can choose Computing Science as a 60 credit point subject, leading to a Master of Education (for the Gymnasium), or otherwise study Computing Science as a 30 credit point subject, leading to a Master of Education for vocational schools/teaching business education.
Entry to the teaching service usually requires the completion of a Master of Education programme (and a period of teaching practice).
Furthermore, there are also other interesting opportunities for direct entry to the private sector after graduation. These include education-related positions in publishing or in non-school educational facilities. Keep in mind that a 30 credit point degree component only covers the basics of the subject area, and that further study is needed. Even the 60 credit point degree component does not provide a complete knowledge of the whole field of Computing Science.
If students are interested in a non-school-related goal, more information can be found at the professional field of Computing Science