Equip the mobile society with IT
In the Mobile Systems masters' degree programme you will gain the skills you need to meet the challenges of the mobile society. This innovative study programme has 2 areas of specialisation: digital mobility and product management.
This programmes focuses on future-oriented themes such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Internal link opens in the same window:artificial intelligence (AI), assistive systems and Internal link opens in the same window:smart home technologies, from an engineering and a product perspective. You will work on current topics from the areas of digital mobility, intelligent living and mobile computing acquiring in-depth competencies in the design and product management of mobile systems.
The Master's in Mobile Systems programme is the only one of its kind in Germany. It enables you to analyse challenges in the field of digital mobility and to develop solutions. You will learn to conceptualise, design and implement applications for mobile systems, among others in the fields of automotive, e-mobility or Internal link opens in the same window:ambient assisted living.
Practice-oriented studies with many opportunities
Right from the start, you will have the opportunity to work on interesting tasks or in interdisciplinary Internal link opens in the same window:research projects. Lectures by experts from industry are also part of the study programme.
- For example, develop a feasibility study on the use of a "Cardiac Custodian", a wearable computing application that can save lives.
- Develop an AI-based application on mobile edge devices of the IoT.
- Or find innovative solutions to the question of how to support the agility of people with limited mobility through a "smart wheelchair".
Study at the renowned Faculty of Computer Science
Internal link opens in the same window:Computer Science in Furtwangen looks back on a 50-year success story. In Internal link opens in the same window:CHE-rankings, we regularly achieve top positions. Employers also give us excellent ratings. This is confirmed by the outstandingly good rankings we regularly receive from the business magazine Wirtschaftswoche.
Note: After an individual consultation with the Internal link opens in the same window:Dean of Studies, the Master's degree programme in Mobile Systems can also be completed part-time.
The springboard to your career
With a Master's in Computer Science you have excellent Internal link opens in the same window:opportunities in the market. It is the ideal springboard for a career in business or academia.
- As a master's graduate you are ideally prepared for management positions
- Our Internal link opens in the same window:industry partners confirm that our graduates have outstanding practical skills when they start working
- With a master's in Computer Science you will earn a top-notch entry level salary of €53,000 or more (Internal link opens in the same window:Graduate Survey Faculty of Computer Science)
- As a highly qualified IT expert, innovative career pathways are open to you
- With a master's degree you are qualified to take up a Internal link opens in the same window:doctoral study programme
Report from the future
Behind the scenes: Dean of Studies Prof. Dr. Cochlovius provides insights into the Internal link opens in the same window:Smart Home Lab of the Faculty of Computer Science
"Can I offer you a water? My data signals that you haven't drunk enough today." A slightly tinny voice echoes through the lab, which is furnished like a modern apartment. "Your risk of dehydration is 65%!" Whirring softly, the humanoid robot "Pepper" turns the corner. In his hand, he holds a water bottle and grins benignly in a student's face. "No, thanks, Pepper, I'd love to do it a little later! I still have to finish the facial recognition for the lab's automatic access control system first," replies Boris, who is currently in the final phase of his master's project with his team.
What reads like a report from the future is already part of everyday life today in the Internal link opens in the same window:Smart Home Lab of the Faculty of Computer Science. In this living lab, students in the Mobile Systems programme carry out ambitious projects in a "close-to-life" situation. Practical relevance and teamwork are emphasised in this innovative master's programme.
"All right, but how about a cup of freshly brewed coffee, Boris? You like it with milk and sugar, don't you?" replies Pepper, navigating the shortest route to the coffee machine....
- ECTS 90 ECTS
- Programme duration 3 Semesters
- Campus Furtwangen Campus
- 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 diploma in Computer Science or similar discipline
- Teaching Language German
- Accreditation Yes (accredited through the university system accreditation)