At the JGU, Master’s degree programs that are based on the Bachelor of Science Computer Science are interdisciplinary. In addition to computer science, students will acquire advanced knowledge and skills in one other minor subject. This will provide them with an international qualification as IT experts or pave their way for a career in science.
Many professional fields require a more in-depth level of knowledge than that acquired by a student in a Bachelor’s degree program. If students plan to spend their professional careers in a leading position in commerce or science, they should continue to pursue their academic path by completing a Master’s degree program in Computer Science.
The Master’s degree programs at the JGU enable students to arrange their degree program according to their personal interests and to actively participate in fascinating fields of research. The following Master’s degree programs are currently offered by the JGU:
Master of Science Applied Bioinformatics
- Focuses on biology (prerequisites: a Bachelor’s degree in Bioinformatics or Biology)
Master of Science Computer Science with Minor in Physics, Mathematics or Biology
- Focuses on biology, mathematics or physics
Master of Science Computer Science and Economics
- Focuses on economics
Master of Arts Digital Humanities
- Focuses on digital methods in Humanities