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  1. Games Studies and Engineering (E)

    The master’s degree programme in Game Studies and Engineering is an interdisciplinary programme instructing students in technical as well as analytical and ethical issues regarding Video games and other games. Students have to study the following compulsory subjects: - Complementary subject Engineering Skills - Complementary subject Cultural and Media Skills - Complementary subject Specialisation - Game Engineering - Game Studies - Game Production - Electives to be chosen from a list (game engineering, game studies) - Electives that can be chosen freely - Master’s thesis ...

    Provider NameUniversität Klagenfurt

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  2. Game Studies and Engineering

    This degree programme is an interdisciplinary programme dealing with the technical and the analytical and ethical aspects of video games and other games. In addition to the compulsory subjects of game engineering, game studies und game production students also have to study complementary subjects. Moreover, they have to do practical exercises, restricted electives (technical sciences, cultural and media sciences) and unrestricted electives. The students are obliged to do an internship (within the restricted elective “game production”). They can choose between the following two options: • supervised research internship (10 ECTS credits) within a pre-defined project at the university • supervised industry internship (10 ECTS credits) at a company, a public administration institution, a non-profit organisation in Austria or abroad within a pre-defined project lasting at least two months In justified cases subject-specific vocational experience gained before or during the master’s programme can be recognised as practical experience amounting to 10 ECTS credits. The degree programme concludes with a master’s thesis and a master’s examination. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Klagenfurt

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  3. Systems Design (E)

    Systems Design is a master's degree programme with a special focus on the design and implementation of complex systems. In addition to the chosen specialisation the curriculum requires attendance of courses in the following areas: mathematics and IT, foreign languages, modelling and simulation, system theory, control system design, field theory as well as business and management. In the second and third semesters the courses concentrate on the chosen specialisation. In the fourth semester students will write a master’s thesis in conjunction with a work placement. They also have to take a final exam. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  4. Integrated Systems and Circuits Design (E)

    The curriculum offers 2 semesters of mandatory courses and allows specialization in the more analogue or digitally dominated domain through elective courses in semester 3 and a thesis work, which is accompanied by seminars with presentations and technical discussions, in semester 4. In the programme students have to study courses in the following areas: CAD Tools, Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, Design of Digital Integrated Circuits, Integrated Circuits Technology, French, German, Italian, Slovene, Spanish, Advanced Topics in Analog Integrated Circuits, Digital Design with HDL, System Modeling and Verification, Testing of Integrated Circuits, Advanced Topics in Digital Integrated Circuits, Design of High Performance Analog and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits, Integrated Data Converters, Integrated Sensors for Automotive Applications, and Smart Power. To complete the programme students have to write a master’s thesis. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  5. Health Care IT (E)

    The core competence of the degree study programme is the deepening of the fundamental understanding of the technical and organisational requirements within the information and communication technologies in the healthcare sector. Apart from the subjects which are specific for each of the specialisations topics such as medical informatics, medical engineering and medical imaging and pattern recognition are focus areas in the degree programme. In the last semester of the programme students have to write a master’s thesis. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  6. Communication Engineering (E)

    Graduates of this degree programme attain competent qualifications for activities in private sector businesses as well as research institutions. In this programme students have to study courses in the following areas: Applied Algorithms in Network Engineering, Communication Networks, Mobile Networks, Informatics, Mathematics, Soft Skills, and Foreign Languages. Moreover, students have to develop two projects and write a master’s thesis. As of the second semester students can specialise either in Industrial Networks or in Mobile Networks. ...

    Provider NameFachhochschule Kärnten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  7. Information and Communictions Engineering (ICE) (E)

    Graduates of the master’s programme in Information and Communications Engineering can for example work as developers of technical systems or as product managers for automotive suppliers, chip manufacturers, consulting companies, software companies and medical technology companies. Typical fields of work for industrial engineers can for example be found in corporate planning, production management, logistics, marketing and sales as well as in the rationalisation and reorganisation of organisational processes. With a view to the current requirements of the internationally oriented and increasingly cross-linked production and service management sector, the cross-sectional skills of industrial engineers, i.e. the ability to work on business administration and technical problems using an integrative and consistent approach, are very much in demand. Within the master’s programme in Information and Communications Engineering students have to pass their compulsory subjects chosen from one of the three branches of study, their elective course-relevant subjects chosen from a list from the relevant branch of studies and their free-choice subjects. Moreover, they also have to complete a master’s thesis (including private tutorials). ...

    Provider NameUniversität Klagenfurt

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  8. Information Management

    The discipline of information management deals with the management of corporate information as well as with modern information and communication systems. It covers both business administration knowledge and basics of informatics and software development. The master's programme in Information Management consists of the subjects of business administration, advanced informatics, practical software training and advanced information management. The degree course also includes a subject-relevant compulsory internship in a company in Austria or abroad, in public administration or in a non-profit organisation or a non-university research institute in order to apply their knowledge and skills in practice. Moreover, students have to study free electives and write a master’s thesis. ...

    Provider NameUniversität Klagenfurt

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten