The curriculum includes a selection of courses of the department for computer science (theory of algorithms, computer architecture, software engineering, foundations of artificial intelligence, image processing and computer graphics, databases and information systems), a wide variety of advanced courses offered in computer science, numerical analysis and application modules of other disciplines (eg, mathematics, microsystems technology, psychology, medicine, economics, physics, bioinformatics, cognitive science) offered. Students specialize in one of three areas:
Seminars, internships and an extensive master project complete the master's curriculum and promote the social and transferable skills of the students. The thesis covers a period of six months and their presentations, conducted in one of the working groups of the department for computer science.
The Master of Science in Computer Science (Informatik) is open to both, graduates of the University of Freiburg and graduates from other institutions, as long as they have obtained a first degree (Bachelor's or equivalent) in computer science or in a closely related field (information technology, mathematics, physics).To apply, please log into the online application portal (which will be available here as off April 1st) and fill the required information. After that, kindly print the pdf document, sign it and send it by regular mail (not e-mail) to the address below together with the following documents:
No work experience is required.
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