The course has no specific course literature, but relevant material for the different components is made available via the learning platform and the University Library. Literature can consist of, for example, books/book extracts, scientific and popular science articles, and video material. In addition to available literature, the student is expected to search and select relevant literature for the different course assignments.
Professional Interpersonal Communication in Computer Science and Media Technology
About the course
This course is offered as part of a programme:
Entry requirements and selection
- Bachelor's degree or the equivalent (at least 180 credits) in computer science or media technology, or related subject areas. Examples of such subject areas include computer- and information science, information systems, informatics, media and communication science, interaction design, , human-computer interaction.
- English proficiency equivalent to English 6 from a Swedish upper secondary school.
Malmö University provides students who participate in, or who have completed a course, with the opportunity to express their opinions and describe their experiences of the course by completing a course evaluation administered by the University. The University will compile and summarise the results of course evaluations. The University will also inform participants of the results and any decisions relating to measures taken in response to the course evaluations. The results will be made available to the students (HF 1:14).
This education is provided by
Faculty of Technology and Society
The Faculty of Technology and Society (TS), conducts education and research with a focus on technology and natural sciences, in...