Course, master’s level
15 credits
Malmö | daytime | 100%
9 November 2026 - 17 January 2027
Code for the course: DA646E

About the course

The aim of the project course is for the student to prepare for professional work through the combination of applying knowledge and concepts from previous parts of the program in order to develop a prototype of an IoT product, and to deepen their knowledge in the IoT area through the project work. The course also aims for the student to train and develop their ability for teamwork and increase their awareness of how to develop innovative and successful products together.

This course is offered as part of programme:

Course content

The student will work as part of a team on an IoT innovation project. The participants will work together to develop an innovative solution to a real-world challenge. Societal aspects related to, for example, sustainability and gender equality will be considered during the project work. The project group is jointly responsible for ensuring that the project is presented and documented in an appropriate way, for example through pitches, product presentations, result descriptions, project planning, division of responsibilities and experiences/reflections.

Entry requirements

- Bachelor of Science in Engineering (at least 180 credits) or a bachelor’s degree in computer science or related fields such as computer engineering, computer and information science, software engineering, informatics, telecommunications or electrical engineering.
- At least 15 credits in programming, system development or equivalent.
- Equivalent of English 6 in secondary school.
- A minimum of a passing grade for the course: Introduction to IoT (DA640E)
- Participation in the course also requires knowledge obtained from the course: Innovation and Business Models for IoT (DA644E)

Course literature

Course evaluation

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).


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