Scientific Career Training With an Emphasis on Practical Applications

ComputerwissenschaftenAlthough the bachelor curriculum focuses mainly on the fundamentals, the topics cover a broad and varied spectrum. Aside from the most important aspects and concepts of programming, many technical topics will also be covered, such as: general functions of digital computation, operating systems, networking technology, and of course the backbone of informatics, as always, mathematics. The sum of acquired knowledge comes to fruition in the creation of a bachelor project chosen by the student from a variety of fields. It is recommended to study abroad for at least one semester. Prior to this, it can be ensured this will not increase the duration of study.

Matura (A-Levels, High-school diploma or equivalent) or University Entrance Qualification Exam
6 Semesters
Graduate Certificate
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Sc.)
Essential Course Contents
  • Programming, Algorithms, and Data Structures
  • Software Engineering
  • Mathematical Subjects (Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, ...)
  • Networking, Operating Systems
  • Databases
  • Modules: Image Processing, Computer Graphics, Computational Mathematics, Human-Computer Interaction, Computational Intelligence and Simulation, Large-Scale Data Processing
  • Bachelor Thesis / Bachelor Project
Career Possibilities
  • Careers in Information Technologies
  • Software Development and -Maintenance
  • Telecommunications
  • Network Administration
  • Teamwork or Team Management in IT-Projects
  • IT Project Planning