II Study Cycle CS Program

Computer Science and Engineering Master study program provides students with both the breadth and depth of knowledge in the concepts and techniques related to the design, programming, and application of computing systems. The program prepares students for professional practice, but also for the research in the area of rapidly advancing computer technology. It provides academic training in a fertile educational and research environment equipped with modern laboratories, design and computing facilities and multi-purpose software. A flexible study program, which allows students to shape their own professional profiles by selecting the appropriate set of elective courses, offers a broad perspective for specialized or interdisciplinary engineering practice and research.

Computer Sciences and Engineering master program include academic/professional master program tracks. Students are expected to successfully complete courses, that total 48 ECTS (for Professional Master Program) or 36 ECTS credits (for Academic Master Program. After completing the courses, students write and defend the completed master’s thesis, which totals 12 ECTS credits (for Professional Master program) or 24 ECTS credits (for Academic Master program).

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II Study Cycle CS Curriculum