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This is a general computer science master's program, which means that our students need to cover different areas of computer science, which are represented by the four tracks of this program's curriculum - Algorithmics, Graphics/Vision/Audio, Information and Communication Management, Intelligent Systems. In order to complete their master's degree, our students need to cover at least three of them by choosing modules (lectures, seminars and labs) from a course catalog offered each semester. Since this is a research-oriented master's program, the contents of the modules reflect the ongoing research of our institute's departments.

The standard period of study is four semesters, including the master's thesis.


For detailed information on the structure of our master's program, please consult the examination regulations: Regulations and Forms.

For a complete module overview including course details, please consult the module handbook: Regulations and Forms

Digital Forensics is one of the research areas of our Security and Networked Systems group

Examples of Study Plans

There are no compulsory modules in our master's program. Our students can choose freely from each semester's available modules, as long as they cover three out of the four tracks offered during their course of studies. The following study plans are examples on how our students can structure their studies: 



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