A relevant first degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Natural sciences with an overall grade of at least "good" (2.5) is required to commence or continue studies. Proof of the relevant first qualified higher education degree may exceptionally be provided by means of particularly qualified performance in professional activities after the first professionally qualifying higher education degree.
Our Master's programme is designed to provide further qualifications and makes diverse use of the knowledge and insights gained from the first professional qualification.
The thematic breadth within Computer Science that the Master's programme offers its students takes the following factors into account:
- The heterogeneity of the fields of employment for graduates does not limit them to a specific branch of industry.
- The diversity of core competencies and work focuses in the field of computer science is characterised by the large number of elective modules and allows a highly diversified portfolio of topics.
- The possibility of a focus is encouraged by the seminar, the project, the elective modules and the master thesis. This allows you to specialize in a particular subject area within a main focus.
- Better career opportunities
- Deepening knowledge and experience
- Specialization through deepening
- Good conditions for use in industry and research
- Requirements for a possible subsequent doctorate
Fields of work
The thematic breadth of the Master's programme in Computer Science enables graduates to work in a wide range of fields in all areas of the economy.
The Master qualifies students through the study program with practical and theoretical parts for industry, university, public administration up to the financial services sector and in all professional sectors, which have a strong demand for flexible and well educated graduates.