The master’s programme in Computer Science is intended to provide scientifically oriented education, enhancing theory, subject knowledge and practical knowledge in computer science.
Compulsory module group Basics (12 ECTS credits): a.) PAP – Parallel Architectures and Programming model, b.) ASE - Advanced Software Engineering; Compulsory module group Practical Training (18 ECTS credits): Compulsory module Academic working (6 ECTS credits); Alternative compulsory module groups Specialisations (54 ECTS credits each): a.) Specialisation in Scientific Computing, b.) Specialisation in Data Science, c.) Specialisation in Computer Science. Students have to choose 9 elective modules from at least 6 of these elective module groups: 1. Elective module group Algorithms, 2. Elective module group Data Analysis, 3. Elective module group Parallel Computing, 4. Elective module group Internet Computing & Software Technology, 5. Elective module group Computer Graphics, 6. Elective module group Multimedia, 7. Elective module group Networks, 8. Elective module group Information Management & Systems Engineering. Master’s thesis with 30 ECTS credits: a.) master’s thesis, 27 ECTS credits, b.) master’s examination and defence, 3 ECTS credits