The objective of the programme is to deepen the knowledge students acquired with their first degree, which provided them with a professional qualification. Through its comprehensive, modularized range of lectures and projects of various orientation, the programme allows the Bachelor programme to continue and priorities to be set in the areas of Software Engineering, Game Technology or Medical Informatics. As choosing one of the above mentioned areas of specialization is not compulsory, all students also have the possibility to acquire a general master degree of information technology. Based on the knowledge acquired in the Bachelor programme and after education in further scientific grounding, an in-depth programme will acquaint students with current research questions and topics in information technology. With this we attach great importance to a solid theoretical foundation, to the consolidation of specialist areas and the implementation of ambitious practical projects. Compared to the Bachelor programme we have added elements to consolidate theoretical knowledge and to further independent scientific work.
Mandatory courses: Computability and Complexity; Software Quality Management; Project Management; Discrete Mathematics, Optimization, Statistics; Seminar; Project Studies.
Elective courses: Without area of specialisation: Courses to the extent of 42 ECTS credits to be selected from the current elective courses of the Master programme Computer Science. With area of specialisation: Courses to the extent of 18 ECTS credits to be selected from a list of courses approved for the area of specialisation as well as courses to the extent of 42 ECTs credits to be selected from the current elective courses of the Master programme Computer Science.
Master thesis (6 months)
The programme is offered exclusively in German.
Further information can be found here.
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Beginning of the programme
winter and summer semester
Length of Programme
Place of study
Main Campus Trier, Schneidershof
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