The student should demonstrate the ability to apply theoretical knowledge gained earlier in the study through continuous self-evaluation and reflection based on the experience from the practical assignments. The subject is first and foremost an opportunity for "learning by doing". The student should reflect on theory and methods described in the discipline of information systems, and assess the relevance of theoretical knowledge in relation to the practical tasks that have been completed.
After completing the course, the student should:
Through an internship you will have the opportunity to participate in an organization's daily work, and thus gain experience with relevant work assignments. You will have the opportunity to try out theories in practice and learn how to reflect through relevant work assignments. The Internship gives you the opportunity to expand your professional network. Internship is not paid, as students gain 10 credits by taking the course.
The purpose is to give students insight into and understanding of a specific organization's work related to digital transformation, focusing on, among other things: innovative application of information systems (IS), streamlining and optimization of business processes through digitalization, and strategic utilization of IS. Current practices are mainly related to practical challenges related to digitization of public, private or voluntary organizations, but may also be projects related to the department's research efforts in digital transformation, integrated crisis management and e-health.
Faculty of Social Sciences