About the degree

The master’s degree programme in Computer Science offers you a diverse programme with integrated courses, lectures, seminars and projects which are carried out in small groups and supported by coaches. During your studies, you will benefit from qualified, international lecturers who come from the private sector and have excellent regional and international contacts. This ensures a high level of practical relevance and means you are taught exciting content based on current facts and figures.

During your studies you will complete eight modules. To gain more in-depth knowledge, you will choose two modules from the areas of specialisation and the subject for your master’s thesis. The “context study” module is useful for interdisciplinary exchange with students from all master’s degree programmes at the university. Finally, there are four compulsory modules consisting of basic subjects.

Projects and exercises are carried out in small groups of four to ten students, and within the areas of specialisation in teams of four to six people.

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Modules of the master's degree in Computer Science

 SpecialisationsBasic subjects
1. semesterSpecialisation in two out of five areas
(12 ECTS)
Formal Languages
(10 ECTS)
Learning from data
(4 ECTS)
Software Engineering 
(4 ECTS)
 
2. semesterSpecialisation in two out of five areas
(12 ECTS)
Contextual Studies
(6 ECTS)
Learning from Data
(4 ECTS)
Software Engineering 
(4 ECTS)
Security and Management 
(4 ECTS)
3. semesterSpecialisation in two out of five areas
(12 ECTS)
Contextual Studies
(6 ECTS)
Seminar in preparation of the master's thesis
(4 ECTS)
 Security and Management
(8 ECTS)
4. semesterMaster's thesis (27 ECTS) and master's examination (3 ECTS)

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