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Study opportunities

Computer Science

Degrees

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Requirements

For the master programme: bachelor's degree in computer science

Please note the instructions for the language requirements:

bachelor applicants:

www.uni-leipzig.de/en/study/international-study/international-applicants/bachelor-diploma-state-examination.html

master applicants:

www.uni-leipzig.de/en/study/international-study/international-applicants/master-applicants.html

Description

The subjects of the programme in computer science are information processing systems and processes, with applications in the different fields of science, technology and business playing a major role. Initially, the bachelor programme provides an introduction to the different areas of computer science. The major foci are theoretical computer science, practical computer science, hardware and software fundamentals, mathematics and an supplementary subject, for which the following are recommended: mathematics, physics, linguistics, economics and management science, medical computer science, biology. The programme provides an introduction to the basics of scientific research and the applied aspects of computer science. Various internships are also required. Instruction in the core fields of computer science is continued during the rest of the bachelor programme. The research-oriented master programme offers a wide range of options from the computer science fields of applied computer science, practical computer science, theoretical computer science and technical computer science. If students select bioinformatics or medical computer science, special requirements apply. The master programme is primarily concerned with the acquisition of a wide, and in selected sub-fields of computer science deeper, specialist knowledge, linked with the ability to carry out independent basic or application-oriented research in the field of computer science and analytical, creative and constructive abilities for new and further development of software systems. Achieving the further development of formal, algorithmic, technological and methodical skills is of particular importance in the bachelor programme.

graduation admission Studies commencing in study period study guide offer since/at
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Unrestricted admission W 6 PDF WS 2002/2003
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Unrestricted admission with subject-specific admission requirements W & S 4 PDF WS 2002/2003

last update: 11.12.2017 

Academic Advisor

Prof.Dr.rer.nat. Martin Bogdan (Master)
phone: +49 341 97-32208
E-Mail

Marco Neumann (Bachelor & Master)
phone: +49 341 97-32165
E-Mail

Contact

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

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