Computer Science MSc

Computer Science MSc students are able to use and develop their theoretical knowledge acquired in their BSc courses at a high level. Using this knowledge as a basis in the long run, they can work individually or in a team. Their responsibilities include the development, creation, implementation, introduction, operation and service of IT systems. They also possess such skills that enable them to cooperate and create models needed for solving IT tasks related to their specialization.

Successful students possess appropriate knowledge of Mathematics, Computing Science and Informatics which enables them to use their skills in an innovative way in order to fulfil research and development tasks in such fields as:

  • formatting complex IT problems, examining the theoretical and practical background for their solution;
  • fulfilling tasks of planning, developing, operating and managing related to the operation of complex software systems;
  • assessing the business, marketing and innovative values of planned or implemented IT systems, validating software products;
  • planning and implementing specific tasks in quality management.

Opportunities in the Labour Market

  • Computer Science MSc graduates have much more opportunities than Computer Science BSc graduates in the labour market since they are capable of initiative cooperation with professionals of other fields of science in project or team work.
  • They can also interpret, plan, manage and control processes in their specialization at management level.
  • Graduates who are interested in scientific research work can continue their studies in the Doctoral School of the Faculty, where they can choose a PhD course and acquire academic qualifications.

The ideal applicants

  • Business Informatics BSc, Computer Science Engineer BSc and Computer Science BSc graduates who feel capable of working on their own and are eager to expand their knowledge that they have acquired in their BSc courses.

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Updated: 2018.01.07.


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