The goal of a master's degree program in computer science is to provide graduates of bachelor's programs with an in-depth additional qualification at a high academic level that includes numerous options. Students gain skills with practical relevance based on state-of-the-art science and technology and graduate with their master's degree after a three-semester standard period of study. The special feature of the course is the choice of three innovative focal areas that students can select according to their preferences. These include:
The master's degree program equip graduates to pursue a doctoral program at the planned joint doctoral center for Applied Computer Science of RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule Darmstadt, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences and Fulda University of Applied Sciences.
Detailed information can be found here Admission Regulations (PDF 134 KB, in German only).
Graduates of this degree program are, in principle, qualified for any area in computer science, as the degree program does not train students for a specific profession. It can therefore be applied in both the academic and non-academic labor market. Graduates are able to tackle complex tasks in companies, academic institutions and the public sector. They can also assume leadership positions in IT or related areas.
|Study location||Wiesbaden, Campus Unter den Eichen|
|Standard period of study||3 semester|
|Enrollment||In summer and winter semesters|
|Kontakt||For more information please contact the student information center or Prof. Ludger Martin|
[Translate to English:] Studierenden haben die Möglichkeit, sich für eine der beiden Vertiefungsrichtungen Vernetzte Systeme oder Interaktive Anwendungen zu entscheiden.
Die mit * gekennzeichneten Module sind mit Vertiefungsoption. Bei Erreichen von 70 CP (von 100) aus einer Vertiefungsrichtung können Studierende auf Antrag einen entsprechenden Vermerk auf ihrem Zeugnis erhalten. Die Master-Arbeit muss in der Vertiefungsrichtung angesiedelt sein.