Master of Science
The application-oriented master's program DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES will start for the first time in the winter semester 2021/22. The master's program, like the bachelor's program, is characterized by the unique combination of computer science subjects, the courses from the six exciting application areas , and the interdisciplinary digitization projects . In the four-semester master's program, you will become an expert in the areas of digitization, its technologies and digital transformation.
In the master's program DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES you have the choice! You can choose one major and one minor in the computer science disciplines as well as in the application areas and thus determine your individual specialization.
The computer science disciplines:
- Cooperative Human-Machine Interaction
- Engineering Methods and Dependability
- Machine Learning and Big Data
- Smart Cyber-Physical Systems
The application areas:
- Autonomous Systems
- Circular Economy and Environmental Engineering
- Digital Transformation
- Industry 4.0
You will take three modules each in the main discipline of computer science and in the main application area. You will take two additional modules in the secondary discipline of computer science and in the secondary application area. Here, too, you have the choice! Choose the modules that interest you from the module catalog! You can find the module catalog in the module handbook under study organization.
Students who wish to pursue a scientific career or who have a special focus on research can alternatively complete a research semester in the third semester in consultation with the supervisors of the study program.
The special features of the program are the interdisciplinary and cross-curricular digitization projects. These projects combine the fundamentals learned in the computer science subjects with interesting questions and relevant problems in the application areas. As part of the digitization projects, each semester they work in a team consisting of students from the Bachelor's and Master's programs on an interdisciplinary problem. Together they complement their knowledge and master the exciting challenges of the teaching staff.
Would you like to learn more about our digitization projects? Then find out more on these pages.
Admission to the DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES master's program can be obtained directly with one of the following bachelor's degrees:
- Digital Technologies, B.Sc.
- Computer Science, B.Sc.
- Business Information Systems, B.Sc.
- or a degree equivalent to this
If you have an equivalent degree in a professionally suitable previous course of study, the completion of the certificate program DigiTec.PILOT or comparable courses of up to 30 ECTS is required.
Language admission requirements:
- Foreign students need a German certificate at level B1
- a German certificate at level A2 must be available at the time of application
- TestDAF, DSH, or similar.
You can find the admission regulations on our study organization pages.
The following model study plan will tell you everything you need to know about the course of study and its structure. You can freely select the modules of the individual areas from the module catalog of the module handbook. You can find it in the study organization section.
And HERE you will find the overview of the module coordinators.
Then contact our study program teaching coordinator.
Study program teaching coordinator at Ostfalia
Verena Barby, M.A.
Phone: +49 (0) 5331 939 32430
Study program teaching coordinator of the TU Clausthal
Steffen Küpper, M.Sc.
Phone: +49 (0) 5323 72 8245