Master complex IT challenges
Global firms face the challenge today of how to control distributed IT infrastructures. The Master in Computer Science teaches you to master such complex IT challenges.
The programme is both applied and research-oriented. You deepen advanced methods of Software Engineering, learn to apply practical solutions in the area of distributed systems and how to apply scientific methods.
Are you looking for a study programme with good prospects? We offer you up-to-the-minute course content which is focused on practical outcomes. Our labs, such as our new Smart Home lab, are very well-equipped. You get involved in application-oriented projects in our research groups early on – personal supervision in small groups is guaranteed. The programme also includes talks by industry experts, among many other offerings.
The master's programme can also be taken part-time. If you are interested, please arrange for a personal interview with the Dean of Studies.
Computer Science at Furtwangen can look back on more than 45 years of success. In rankings we regularly achieve top places. In the latest 2018 CHE University ranking we were again awarded top grades by our students. Employers also rate us very highly - in the Wirtschaftswoche survey our Faculty once again landed in the top 10 in Germany - as it has done every year for the last 10 years.
The springboard to your career
With a master's in Computer Science you have excellent opportunities in the job market. It is the ideal springboard for a career in business or the academic world.
- As a master's graduate you are well-prepared for management positions
- Our industry partners confirm that our graduates have excellent practical skills when they start working
- With a master's in computer science you can command one of the highest starting salaries of €46,000 and more (Faculty of Computer Science Alumni survey 2016, Stepstone salary report)
- As a highly qualified IT expert innovative career pathways are open to you
- A master's degree qualifies you for doctoral studies
- ECTS 90 ECTS
- Programme duration 3 Semesters
- Location Furtwangen
- Faculty Computer Science
- Programme begins Winter semester (October), Summer semester (March)
- Application deadline 15 July (winter semester), 15 January (summer semester)
- Entry requirements Bachelor or "Diplom" in Computer Science
- Teaching Language German
- Accreditation Yes (system accreditation)