The Master's degree programme in Computer Science takes four semesters and starts in the winter semester.
Requirements for the Master's degree programme
A prerequisite for acceptance to the programme or for the continuation of studies is an undergraduate degree in Engineering or the Natural Sciences with an overall grade of "good" (2.5) or better.
The degree programme
Our Master's degree programme is designed for further qualification and makes use of the knowledge and expertise gained by students in their undergraduate degree. The degree programme takes four years and starts in the winter semester each year.
The thematic diversity of Computer Science offered to students on the Master's degree programme takes the following factors into account: • The heterogeneity of the fields of application for graduates does not tie you down to a certain sector of the economy. • The wide range of core competencies and key activities in Computer Science is reflected in the large number of compulsory elective modules and provides a diverse portfolio of topics. • The possibility to specialise is encouraged by a seminar class, a project, compulsory elective modules and the Master's thesis. These aspects allow you to become specialised in a focus area of your choice.
• Better career opportunities • Enhanced knowledge and experience • Specialisation by expanding on content • A strong basis for working in industry and research • A foundation for possible future doctoral study
• The wide range of topics covered in the Master's degree programme in Computer Science offers graduates many employment choices in all sectors of the economy. • Thanks to the programme's balance of theory and practice, the Master's degree in Computer Science gives graduates the skills to work in industry, at a university, in public administration, or even in the financial service industry, as well as in any employment sector with a strong demand for flexible and well-trained graduates.