Here is what it offers
The Master's course is the consecutive continuation of the Bachelor's degree course of the same name. The Master's course therefore focuses on in-depth courses in theoretical as well as application-oriented subjects of computer science. Two goals are pursued with the design of the Master's course - specialisation and regional ties. Specialisation is promoted through the establishment of specialisations, which are in particularly high demand in the field of computer science.
For individual specialisation, students can currently choose two from four future-oriented specialisations according to their inclinations: Computer graphics, IT security, data science and complex software systems. To ensure a broad education, any two modules from the non-selected specialisations must also be taken. Numerous positive statements from regional and national business enterprises have shown that there is a high potential for qualified jobs for these specialisations, both currently and in the future - both in the greater Hanover area and nationwide.
For full-time students beginning their studies in the winter semester, the course of study described is recommended. Counselling is recommended for students beginning their studies in the summer semester, because this sequence is not possible then.
The language of instruction in the Master's course in Applied Computer Science is German. Individual modules can be offered in English for exchange students.