All courses in the curriculum must have been successfully completed before students can apply to complete the final oral examination for the master's degree.

Master's thesis (28 ECTS)

You will develop the topic for your master’s thesis during the seminar on the master’s thesis in the 3. semester. You have the 4. semester to write the thesis. By developing a topic independently, you have to demonstrate the success of the professional training in a research framework. The master’s thesis (28 ECTS) must be submitted as a bound copy and receive a positive evaluation from the supervisor.

Graduation (2 ECTS)

Oral master’s examination: The examination to complete your master’s degree programme consists of the drafting of the master’s thesis and a viva examination before a suitable examination board. This viva examination is worth 2 ECTS and consists of a presentation and defence of your Master’s thesis, a discussion looking at the links between the topic of the master’s thesis and the relevant subjects within the curriculum and a discussion of other content relevant to the curriculum.

Examination regulations and grading scale

Detailed information about the examination regulations and grading scale.


Contact Persons Computer Science MSc

Dipl. Kffr. Jutta Büttner
Administration Master's Degree Programme Sustainable Energy Systems & Master's Degree Programme Computer Science

+43 5572 792 5102

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Patrizia Rupprechter, BA MA
Administration Master's Degree Programmes - advice and admission

+43 5572 792 3040

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Prof. (FH) Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Regine Kadgien
Programme Director Computer Science BSc and Computer Science MSc, Head of Competence Area Informatics

+43 5572 792 5101

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