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Programme structure

The degree requires acquisition of 120 credits, where 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 working hours.

The courses of the programme are divided into six categories:
• knowledge of natural sciences (20 credits)
• knowledge of economics and human sciences (9 credits)
• computer science engineering essentials (33 credits)
• computer science engineering electives (22 credits)
• freely elected courses (6 credits)
• master’s thesis preparation (30 credits)

Career opportunities

Our graduate students can successfully find employment in the areas of software systems development and in the application, integration, operation and customization of user IT systems. In addition, the graduate may choose a career in research or higher education, the latter being closely linked to the PhD programmes offered by our University. Some potential positions might be: Development Engineer, System Administrator, System Designer, Program Designer, System Organizer or Product Manager. Graduates with this diploma could initially achieve managerial positions at the lower and middle levels of the corporate hierarchy. Our graduates have typically found positions with the following companies: IBM, T-Com, SAP, Synthesis, Pentatrade and other R&D and software development companies.

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