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Have you already gained your first degree and are you keen to study and qualify on a higher level? Are you looking to broaden your studies in the field of computer science and bring the theoretical knowledge you have acquired to bear on applications-oriented research topics?

If you are, then our M.Sc. in Computer Science is right for you! The ever-growing impact of information and communications technology on our everyday social and business lives will sustain an increasing demand for highly qualified computer scientists in the future. You will find that a M.Sc. in Computer Science will lay the foundations for entry to employment on a higher level and enable you to plan for a successful career. It will also facilitate access to the higher career levels in the civil service and confer entitlement to PhD studentships. As well as opening the way to a career with a strong applications bias, an M.Sc. in Computer Science will create varied opportunities for scientific work and prepare you to face future challenges with skill and confidence. Take control of your future. You will be making an excellent choice!

Highlights

  • Applied computing
  • Research
  • Dual degree
  • study abroad

Majors

Software Engineering
Business Information Technology
Technical Computer Science
Medical Information Technology
Schedule Part-time and full-time
Duration 18 Months
Presence of students On-campus
Enrollment capacity per term 50
Total number of enrolled students 150
Tuition and fees per year 0.00 EUR
Scholarships available No

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Prof. Dr. Markus Westner is professor in the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics at OTH Regensburg, a Technical University for Applied Sciences. As an academic and educator he specializes in IT-Performance-Management and Management Consulting. His main research interests are in IT-Strategy and IT-Sourcing. Furthermore, he is passionate about improving the learning opportunities of his students by applying innovative teaching didactics. His doctoral thesis (German PhD equivalent) focused on success factors for implementing and managing IT offshoring projects. He also holds a Master of Computing degree from Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland (New Zealand), and a diploma in Business Administration (German MBA equivalent) with distinction from EBS University, Oestrich-Winkel (Germany).

Markus is Associate Editor for Information & Management (I&M). Furthermore, he acted as reviewer for the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik, Information Systems Management (ISM), JITTA, and Organizacija.

He is Dean of Study Affairs, International Coordinator in the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics, member of the Faculty Council and E-Learning Coordinator of the university.

Before he started his academic career he worked as a management consultant in a project manager position for Bain & Company, one of the world’s largest management consultancies, in their Munich office. In this position he advised clients from the financial services, telecommunications, and high tech sector regarding issues of strategy, organization, and performance improvement.

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