General Study Structure
The study structure and necessary amount of credits per module category is the same for all four specializations, while the concrete catalog of available choices for core and supplementary modules differs. The general structure below shows the mandatory credit amounts in the different module categories (according to the Study Regulation 2014 annex). For the exact catalogs of available choices the module handbook and information available on c@mpus take precedence. Only modules listed on c@mpus can be taken.
You complete three basic modules, assigned to you by the examination commission. These consist of
- Advanced Higher Mathematics (9 CP)
- Selection of 2 from Computer Science (9 CP)
- Computer Architecture and Organization
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Concepts of Programming Languages
- Operating Systems
- Selection of 2 from Electronics and Communication (9 CP)
- Signal and System Theory
- Electronic Circuits
- Radio Frequency Technology: Introduction
Dependening on your choice of specialization, you pick from different catalogs of core and supplementary modules. You choose 5 modules (each 6CP).
Dependening on your choice of specialization, you pick from different catalogs of core and supplementary modules. You choose 3 modules (each 6CP).
You choose one from the list independent of your specialization. The offerings might change between semesters and there might be special labs/seminars announced on the institute boards or in class.
You have to register and receive a seat for the lab or seminar course to take part! Please avoid doing more than one lab/seminar course during your studies, also not voluntarily since seats are limited!
Labs and seminars have to be registered twice: for the seat with the institute offering it within the deadline AND on c@mpus during the regular exam registration period to receive the grade.
For both availability and registration check the lists on the pinboards of the institutes, online-registering systems etc.
Labs/Seminars offered by the Department of CS:
Registration takes place online one semester in advance. The offer varies from year to year and is announced in a separate email.
Labs/Seminars offered by the Department of EEIT:
See the institutes' webpages and pinboards before the new semester starts
You choose a selection of 2 of the following, independent of your specialization:
- Information and Contract Law
- Business Management and Administration
- Technology and Innovation Management
The Master Thesis is a 6 month (1 semester) project at the end of the program. You choose a topic from the institute offerings or in collaboration with a professor/supervisor.