I assume you are saying this is a problem. I just had the same issue with my Bosch stovetop when I had two burners going and a third burner, all in the back row, started sparking on its own. I had to allow the third one to ignite just to stop the sparking. When I finished cooking, turning off all the burners also stopped the third from sparking.
I called service and they told me this was a safety issue and they would send someone out to service it at their expense even though the unit is almost five years old. Of course, it took two weeks and the problem has never surfaced since that one time, and the service guy could find nothing wrong with the unit.
So it might be worth a call to customer service for your unit and see what they have to say.