Our Bachelor Courses of Study

 

The Computer Science Department offers two own Bachelor courses of study in computer science. Besides we do service offering for further Bachelor courses of study that are related to computer sicence. 

 

Computer Science B.Sc.

Standard Period of Studies: 6 semesters

The Bachelor course of study in Computer Science offers a broadly based education in the scientific foundations of computer science. With a Bachelor, students will acquire methods skills, and qualifications related to the career field, which can be built upon in the Master course of study or through professional activities.

Degree Content

The Bachelor exam is composed of courses in the areas of practical computer science, technical computer science, theoretical computer science, math, an elective (introductory courses from advanced fields of computer science), an applied subject, seminars, internships, and a Bachelor thesis.

Course of Study Description
Exam regulations
Bachelor student webpages

 

Computer Science B.Sc., Gymnasium and Gesamtschule Teacher

Standard Period of Studies: 6 semesters

The teacher training Bachelor course of study in computer science offers a broad education in the scientific foundation of computer science. The knowledge acquired during these studies, which expands far beyond that what is learned in school, enables students to confidently work with new technologies and the resulting curricula later in their careers.

Degree Content

The Bachelor studies encompass technical courses in the following areas: Practical Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Theoretical Computer Science. Technical foundations are mainly imparted in courses shared with Computer Science B.Sc. students. The last year also includes an introduction into the Pedagogy of Computer Science.

Master Perspectives

After successfully completing the Bachelor, a consecutive Master of Education can follow. With this degree, you will have access to the so-called Vorbereitungsdienst (formerly known as Referendariat). Depending on your combination of subjects, non-teaching Master courses can be selected as well. It is for the examination board of the respective subject to decide about the entrance to a non-teaching Master program.

Course of Study Description
Exam regulations
Teaching student webpages

 

Technical Communication B.Sc.

Standard Period of Studies: 6 semesters

Technical Communication is an interdisciplinary course of study combining liberal arts with an engineering education and training. This course of study prepares transfer specialists who can present complex technical facts clearly, and appropriate for the target group and media. Housed at a technology university, this course of study bridges the gap between the liberal arts and technological/scientific ways of thinking. In Germany, the Technical Communication course of study is unique in its focus and structure. It is strongly characterized by the technology orientation of the university and the integration of the Faculty of Philosophy in this context.

Degree Content

The course includes a high percentage of engineering classes, combined with a focus on written communication and electronic media. Students take two equally weighted subjects: Communication Studies and Fundamentals of Computer Science. The Computer Science Department offers service teaching for the subject Fundamentals of Computer Science.

Course of Study Description
Exam regulations (subject 1: Communication Studies)
Exam regulations (subject 2: Fundamentals of Computer Science)
Website of the Course of Study Technical Communication

 

Computational Engineering Science B.Sc.

Standard Period of Studies: 7 semesters

The Bachelor course of study in CES is a scientific, research oriented course of study, that is oriented towards basic principles, concepts, and methods. It enables students to be successful for their entire career, because it is not limited to teaching current topics, but rather teaches theoretical underlying concepts and methods that still play a role in current trends. The Computer Science Department supports this course of study via service teaching.

Course of Study Description
Exam regulations
Website of the Course of Study Computational Engineering Science