BADM500: Bachelor's project in Computer Science

Study Board of Science

Teaching language: Danish or English depending on the teacher, but English if international students are enrolled
EKA: N330016102
Assessment: Second examiner: External
Grading: 7-point grading scale
Offered in: Odense
Offered in: Autumn, Spring
Level: Bachelor

STADS ID (UVA): N330016101
ECTS value: 10

Date of Approval: 26-04-2018

Duration: 1 semester

Version: Archive


A supervisor contract and project statement must be handed in.

Submission is conducted electronically via Submission must take place no later than 1 week after the semester has started, but is recommended, that it is handed in as soon as possible. The contract must be approved by supervisor, teaching committee and the head of studies.

Please note: If the project is carried out in a group, only one joint contract is to be handed in, stating the names of all group members.
Be aware that it is not possible to fill in the form after deadline of submission, since the application system will shut down. The system will reopen in connection with the next course registration, then you can fill out the form for the next semester.

The bachelor's project must contain an abstract of the contents of the report. If the report is written in Danish, the abstract must be in English. If the report is written in English, the abstract must be in Danish. See more in the Curriculum, §7.5.

Entry requirements


Academic preconditions


Course introduction

The Bachelor’s project takes place in the third year of the bachelor program. The project should demonstrate the student’s ability of independent study within a certain area of computer science, and the ability of applying for this purpose knowledge, methods, and skills obtained as part of the bachelor degree program.

Expected learning outcome

At the conclusion of the bachelor’s project, the student should be able to:
  • Formulate problems within a certain area of computer science.
  • Apply relevant computer science methods to solving arising problems.
  • Explain the employed scientific theories and models.
  • Present and describe in the project obtained knowledge in a pecise and intelligible language.


The project covers some delimited parts of computer science. In addition, it introduces the student to performing substantial written tasks.


Currently, no material has been specified for the course

Examination regulations

Exam element a)


Deadline for submission - ordinary exam:
Deadline for bachelor's projects in the spring semester is 1 June. 
Deadline for bachelor's projects in the autumn semester is 1 January.

Deadline for submission - re-examination
Deadline for handing in projects in the reexam period for winter examination is 1 march at the latest. 
Deadline for handing in projects in the reexam period for summer examination is 31 august.






Second examiner: External


7-point grading scale


Full name and SDU username


Normally, the same as teaching language

Examination aids

To be announced during the course

ECTS value


Additional information

The bachelor's project may be carried out in groups of no more than 4 students. If the project is carried out in a group, the report will be part of the assessment at an individual oral examination at a later date. The report may be written in Danish or English.

Indicative number of lessons

supervision hours are coordinated with the supervisor

Teaching Method

As a student one can expect half to one hour of instruction a week.


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Administrative Unit

Institut for Matematik og Datalogi (datalogi)

Team at Educational Law & Registration


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