Engineering of Socio-Technical Systems
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in computer science or a closely related technical field, in business informatics with predominantly informatics and technical components, psychology or cognitive science or in another professionally suitable previous degree and special knowledge.
Required ECTS credits: 180.
A previous degree in psychology or cognitive science is technically suitable if it has competencies in the fields of psychology or cognitive science to the extent of at least 90 credit points, including at least 5 credit points in the areas of quantitative methods/statistics, 5 credit points in experimental psychology internship, 10 credit points in the area of general psychology and 5 credit points in biological psychology/neuroscience.
A previous degree in business informatics is considered to be technically suitable if competencies of at least 6 credit points each have been imparted in the areas of mathematical foundations of computer science, algorithms, data structures and programming, software technology, and technical computer science.
Applicants whose bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification is not yet available at the time of application, but at least 150 credit points in the case of a course with a total credit score of 180 or at least 180 credit points in the case of a course with a total credit score of 210 have been achieved and it is expected that the bachelor's degree will be received by April of the following year of enrollment, can apply to this master’s course.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
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Application Procedure & Selection
The application or the application - with certificates and evidence in a certified copy - must be accompanied by the following documents in a certified German or English translation, if the originals are not in English or German:
- Evidence of the final certificate of the bachelor's degree or the equivalent degree or - if this is not yet available - a certificate of the achievements, the credit points, and the average grade.
- Evidence of English language skills (see language requirements).
- Evidence of relevant professional experience or internships.
- Information about study-related stays abroad.
Applications that are not received in full, in due form, or on time are excluded from the further procedure. The submitted documents remain with the university.
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