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Computer Science (Informatik)

Master Program Computer Science (Informatik)
Master of Science
4 semesters
Credit points
120 ECTS
Starts in
Winter semester and summer semester
English, some courses in German

This master's program qualifies for careers in computer science. Students deepen their computing skills concerning methods, approaches and current technologies in computer science. They select a specialization and attend additional lectures of personal choice. The priority topics of the master's program cover present challenges the field has to respond to in the next decades:

  • Data and Software Engineering
  • Embedded Systems and Computer Architectures
  • Foundations of Computing
  • Cognitive Systems
  • Digital Media and Human-Computer Interaction
  • Distributed Systems and Networks

Throughout the program, students learn to deal with scientific problems. Seminars, projects and theses are embedded in ongoing reasearch at the the faculty. Colloquia and seminars offer access to ongoing research projects. Therefore graduates are qulified for autonomous work and challenging tasks in industry, science, administration and over all in leading positions.

Employment opportunities are manifold. Most computer scientists develop hardware and software systems in industry, commerce and administration. The percentage of IT companies is sinking in favor of IT using companies like technical producers (automobile, mechanical enginieering), banks, insurance, trade or administrations. Good analytic and communication skills of university graduates in computer science are also essential in consultancies. The studies especially qualify for positions in research and science, in public institutions as well as in research departments in the industry.


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