Overview of Study Programmes in Computer Science at TU Darmstadt

Computer Science addresses the depiction, storage, transfer, and systematic processing of information. Closely related to mathematics in its formal fundamentals, it is also an engineering discipline that has developed out of a need for fast and reliable calculations of all sorts.

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The analysis, design, adaption, and application of communications and information systems are the focus of the research-oriented Bachelor of Science programme Computer Science. In addition, the students deal with the design and use of software and hardware systems. Read more on the Websites of the Central Student Counseling Service.

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The Master of Science programme Computer Science has at its core the following fields:

  • IT Security
  • Networks and Distributed Systems
  • Robotics, Computational and Computer Engineering
  • Software Systems and Formal Foundations
  • Visual & Interactive Computing
  • Web, Knowledge and Information Processing 

Three to four of these core fields have to be chosen. This is completed by the choice of an application subject which can be taken either from the field of Computer Science or from some other computer-related field. The language of the study course is in German, individual courses may be held in English.

Read more about our Master of Science programme on the Websites of the Central Student Counseling Service.

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The Master of Science programme Distributed Software Systems specializes in the design, development and adaptation of flexible, secure and reliable distributed applications. Important aspects are the underlying software infrastructure as well as the efficient exchange of data between widely distributed locations via public, supra-regional networks. The study course is divided into four elective subject areas. The course content covers a broad spectrum and comprise, among other things, the development of distributed business applications as well as general web-based applications. Further topics are the development of social networks or virtual realities.

You can obtain more information about the subject areas, admission requirements and the catalogue of elective courses on the Websites of the Central Student Counseling Service and here.

The Teaching at Secondary Schools (Gymnasium) programme prepares the students for the teaching profession at secondary schools from grade 5 to 13. It consists of two subjects and the Fundamental Studies. (Grundwissenschaften)

The Fundamental Studies comprise Pedagogy, Political Studies, and Sociology; including the Practical Studies in Schools 1 module). Thus, the degree programme comprises subject-specific as well as teaching methodology contents.

You can read more about the study programme, the specific subject areas and the admission requirements on the Websites of the Central Student Counseling Service.

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