The Master’s program consists of 4 semesters. The Applied Computer Science program is polydisciplinary. 6 faculties and 2 scientific institutions are involved in teaching. This enables the acquisition of interdisciplinary application knowledge in several areas and prepares the students optimally for their daily work. At the latest in their profession, applied computer scientists work closely together with electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, economists or linguists. In view of the demands of the professional world, students are expressly encouraged to take responsibility for their own education. They therefore have a great deal of freedom of choice in the Master’s program.
No compulsory subjects are specified here. Instead, the studies can be freely composed of elective and advanced modules. In addition, students attend a master’s seminar and work on a study project in small groups, which promotes teamwork and prepares them for the master’s thesis. The Master’s examination consists of the examinations taken in the Master’s program and the Master’s thesis.