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The Masters Programme in Computer Science provides students with a general knowledge of computer science as well as in-depth knowledge on a number of specific emerging application areas.

Students on the Masters Programme can choose one of four curricula:

The “Information Science and Applications” curriculum provides students with a complete overview of Computer Science as a field of study and focuses on the application of Computer Science to practical issues.

The “Multimedia Computing and Interaction” curriculum provides students with knowledge on the fundamental methodologies and techniques required for processing and interacting with multimedia content (i.e. graphics, text, audio and video material). Students are trained as specialists and professionals that are able to design, develop and maintain multimedia systems and software.

Computer networks and security are at the core of today's Internet world. This curriculum provides students with the technological background necessary to design and manage systems, networking, cryptography and security. It also prepares professionals in emerging fields such as design, development and management of smart city systems and applications, developers of Future Internet and cloud computing systems, experts of computer and cyber security, and application and service developers.

The complexity of modern software (and hardware) systems requires the support of adequate design and analysis methodologies. The objective of this programme is to provide students with the necessary methodologies and to satisfy the growing need for critical functions and security.





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