During the course of study, further knowledge from computer science and from the main and application subjects is imparted. Compared to the Bachelor’s program, which is basic and method-oriented, the Master’s program is research-oriented. In particular, the Master’s degree enables students to work independently on scientific projects and lays the foundations for the further development of the subject. Students can choose between four application areas:
- Distributed, Reliable Systems
- Intelligent Technical Systems and Scientific Computing
- Interactive and cooperative systems
- information engineering
There are also numerous options within the areas of application.
Within the scope of the respective field of application and beyond, the students acquire the ability to survey comprehensive technical contexts, to analyze problems and to develop scientific methods and findings for their solution. In addition to methodological knowledge and problem-solving skills, interdisciplinarity is also promoted.