- Relevant qualifications accepted/recognized by the university.
Key areas of Information Technology are reflected in 4 specializations:
- Communication Engineering and Media Technology
- Embedded Systems
- Micro- and Optoelectronics
- Computer Hardware/Software Engineering
All specializations share a common program structure, a set of common lecture modules (including non-technical and key qualification modules), seminars and lab courses. Study advisors support students in their selection of modules based on their academic history and selected specialization. After 3 terms of study and one term for a Master Thesis, students are attributed a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Information Technology.