Part time Master's Degree in Computer Science in Austria

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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

There are several fields that make up the broader field of computer science. One of these fields is the computational complexity theory, which can be very abstract. Other fields, such as computer graphics, deal more with concrete and hands-on visuals.  

 

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Master in Mobile Computing

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Austria Hagenberg

Building on our Bachelor's programme of the same name, our students will get a more in-depth insight of the almost limitless possibilities of a truly global, all-pervasive, mobile computing connectivity. The challenge is adapting ever newer technological applications and environmentally sensitive automated systems across the full spectrum of everyday activities – including sport, medicine and care of the... [+]

Best Part time Masters in Computer Science in Austria. Master in Mobile Computing Building on our Bachelor's programme of the same name, our students will get a more in-depth insight of the almost limitless possibilities of a truly global, all-pervasive, mobile computing connectivity. The challenge is adapting ever newer technological applications and environmentally sensitive automated systems across the full spectrum of everyday activities – including sport, medicine and care of the elderly – to create ever more powerful and user-friendly synergies. Taste the future here, now! Note for applicants: the language of instruction in all modules of this Master's degree programme is English. In-depth optional modules that students choose can be in English or in German. Information Degree: Master of Science in Engineering (MSc) Duration: 4 semesters (120 ECTS) Annual intake: 15 Mode of study: full-time Admission requirements: Completed Master’s or Bachelor’s degree with IT focus worth a minimum of 60 ECTS-credits, or comparable higher education at university level. Sound knowledge of English. Focus of studies The Master's degree programme Mobile Computing builds on the Bachelor's degree programme of the same name and continues the tried-and-tested syllabus combination of software development, communications technologies and telecommunication engineering. Therefore all relevant areas of Mobile Computing are covered. The degree programme takes four semesters and allows specialisation in three or more of the following subject areas. Mobile Communication Ubiquitous Computing Mobile Infotainment Mobile Software Techniques Automotive Computing Mobile Games Ambient Assisted Living/Mobile Health Smart Energy Logistics Career profile In each of these focus areas you attend a specific number of core modules and a variable number of further modules to deepen your knowledge. Additional interdisciplinary elective courses and seminars are also available and vary from semester to semester. Mobile Communications has become the touchstone activity driving the most dynamic economic sectors worldwide over the last few years. It is a global business that thrives on innovation and for which our students are intensively trained. Wide, in-depth technical knowledge in one or more main focus areas equips you with the proactive qualities that underpin leadership / management positions, and can lead to high-flying careers. Be it the conceptualisation of communications systems, the development of new interactive technologies for mobile phone applications, the design of a smart home environment or the implementation of new mobile services - there is hardly any area in which our graduates won't be able to thrive. Mobile applications are now an all-pervasive part of our daily lifes, that´s why you will be working in a highly dynamic environment with excellent career prospects. Among potential employers, keen on hiring our graduates are not only mobile communication firms but also multinational corporations, small and middle-sized enterprises and innovative start-up ventures. Your future will start right around the corner and has no limits from a global point of view. [-]

Master in Energy Informatics

University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Austria Hagenberg

Energy is the underlying heartbeat of the global economy – a critical factor in the production of nearly all goods and services in the modern world. Clearly, given the critical role of energy, the driving imperatives in any economy are ensuring security of supply, maintaining competitiveness and overseeing the transition to a low-carbon future... [+]

Master in Energy Informatics Energy is the underlying heartbeat of the global economy – a critical factor in the production of nearly all goods and services in the modern world. Clearly, given the critical role of energy, the driving imperatives in any economy are ensuring security of supply, maintaining competitiveness and overseeing the transition to a low-carbon future. Key requirements in this respect are the strategic management of supply and improving its overall generation and distribution. Impacting on these challenging goals will be a variety of factors, including advances in renewables, e-mobility and green technologies, to name only a few. Managing this changing environment is no easy task. That will require intelligent IT solutions and therefore well-educated IT experts able to design and/or operate future smart grids, smart city infrastructures and enhanced energy supply systems. Energy Informatics (ENI) is the application of information technologies to this highly demanding field. Information Degree: Master of Science in Engineering (MSc) Duration: 4 semesters (120 ECTS) Annual intake: 20 Mode of study: full-time Admission requirements: Completed Master’s or Bachelor’s degree with IT strand worth a minimum of 60 ECTS points, or a similar qualification. Sound knowledge of English. Language of tuition: English Fees: No tuition fees Focus of studies This Master’s degree programme Energy Informatics (ENI) provides technical, business and legal expertise for the development of future energy systems, especially in the areas of: International Energy Makets and Energy Law Processes and Process Modelling International Project Management Systems Engineering Energy generation, distribution and storage (renewable energy, energy storage, charging stations, buildings, lighting, etc.) Field Components (meters, load control, gateways ...) Software Systems (SCADA, Meter Data Management (MDM), Head End Systems (HES), Device Data Management (DDM), Energy Data Management (EDM), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) etc.) Cloud Computing, Big Data IT Security Communication Technology (Radio Frequency / Powerline) Home and Building Automation Electromobility Additional interdisciplinary elective courses and seminars are also available; they vary from semester to semester. Curriculum The curriculum of the Master's degree programme Energy Informatics (ENI) is structured in a way that allows for giving a comprehensive overview on almost all of the relevant aspects in the smart energy domain. Furthermore, it allows for individual specialization by identifying specific topics the student is interested in. Technical competences like smart grid field components and home and building automation as well as interdisciplinary competences like process modelling and international energy markets and energy laws are provided by the highly forward-looking master's degree programme. In addtition students of the Master's degree programme Energy Informatics can also attend courses being offered by other Master's degree programmes. The interest areas have to be chosen in the context of the project and research topics being defined together with the academic advisor that has been assigned to the student. Practice-oriented Degree Programme As a University of Applied Sciences, we cooperate closely with the local industry and companies within the region, as well as with various international ones. These connections enable you to develop highly sought-after skills, as you will gain practical, hands-on experience which ultimately increases your level of employability. Further interdisciplinary and applied research projects will allow you to strengthen relationships with the local industry and international companies throughout your studies. Career profile The Energy & Climate Package and the Energy Efficiency Directives released by the European Commission in 2007 and 2012, respectively, clearly state that the main tools for building a progressively lower carbon economy are energy efficiency, investment in renewables and new technologies, as well as better interconnectivity between energy markets. These strategic goals will all require a large pool of IT expertise. In-depth technical knowledge in Energy Informatics equips our students with the proactive qualities that underpin leadership/management positions, and can lead to high-flying careers. Energy Informatics graduates will not only work at energy suppliers and network operators, but also in associated sectors. Even energy-intensive industries such as the automotive industry and metal processing companies can benefit from their expertise. Other fields include the conception, planning and implementation of IT systems for smart grids, smart cities, e-mobility and industrial plants. You will be working in a highly dynamic field with excellent career prospects. [-]

MSc Computational Science

University of Vienna
Campus 2 years October 2017 Austria Vienna

The Master of Science degree programme, Computational Science, trains students to become experts in the computer-aided aspects of the natural sciences. This emerging and highly-demanded field is interdisciplinary, connecting computer science and mathematics with astronomy, biology, chemistry and physics. The programme focuses on computationally relevant aspects of research and data processing in each domain of science. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Computer Science in Austria. Current natural science domain-specific problems are tackled by means of scientific and mathematical tools and translated into computer algorithms. Since only computational analysis allows in depth research of complex and highly interconnected systems, Computational Scientists employ "computer experiments" in order to investigate current issues, such as: cosmological models molecular medicine biological neural networks molecular dynamics drug development particle and quantum physics big data analysis and machine learning This interdisciplinary Master of Science degree programme stands out, due to the broad research areas in the MIN-fields (Mathematics, Informatics/computer science, Natural sciences – astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics). These are always discussed from a Computational Science viewpoint: Which research areas are being advanced by computer science? How is the advancement implemented and how can it be improved? Which areas of each natural science are computer-aided and need the supervision of experts? Students of Computational Science are prepared to address these questions and provide solutions as they are required to acquire the vocabulary of each domain of science due to the interdisciplinary structure of the programme. They learn to implement key concepts in practice through designing and conducting computer-aided research. The study program emphasizes: 1) Students from the various scientific domains are acquainted with the key concepts and topics of the other domain in the core programme. Thus, their knowledge base is brought to a common level, from which the implementation of computational aspects in the different natural sciences can be developed. 2) The shell programme enables students to focus on one natural science and integrate their computer programming skills to all MIN-fields via supplement modules. Computational Science nurtures lateral thinking of well-informed scientists with knowledge in computer science and mathematics across all natural sciences. The Computational Scientist offers comprehensive approaches and solutions and may act as competent mediators between experts in particular natural sciences. For more information, click here. [-]

Master in Computer Science

Graz University of Technology (TU Graz)
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Austria Graz

Computer Science is a software education and training that is oriented towards theory and includes strong methodological and algorithmic components. It is thus located at the interface of a number of other sciences. [+]

Overview The master´s degree programme in computer science is based on a bachelor’s degree programme in computer science. The aim is to prepare graduate students for a scientific career. The focus is on independent thinking and decision making. The master´s degree programme facilitates the acquisition of specialised knowledge in the following areas: ■ Algorithms ■ Software technology ■ Intelligent systems ■ IT security ■ Computer graphics and visualisation ■ Media ■ Multimedia systems Career Opportunities Knowledge of computer science can be used in almost every aspect of life – from industry and the services sector to public administration, teaching and research. Graduates specifically deal with support in modelling, design, implementation, assessment and application of complex software systems. Required abilities range from diverse programming tasks and developing modern multimedia solutions to dealing with new media. Fact-Box ■ Study duration: 4 Semesters ■ ECTS Credits: 120 ■ Final degree “Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing.) which is equivalent to a Master of Science degree. Registration For this master´s degree programme, a registration process is required. To get more information on the process including the required documents, deadlines, cost, etc. please follow the link below: ► http://register.tugraz.at/computerscience For students who completed the following bachelor programmes at Graz University of Technology, the registration process is not required: Telematics, Computer Science, Software Development and Business Management, Technical Mathematics, Mathematics. Scholarship TU Graz offers scholarships for the best two international students admitted to the master´s degree programme (€ 10.000 plus tuition fee). No additional application needed, candidates will be selected on the basis of their application for the master´s degree programme. [-]

Master's Degree in Computer Science

Johannes Kepler University Linz - JKU
Campus 4 semesters October 2017 Austria Linz

Computer Science is an engineering discipline that, in a broader sense, incorporates the structure and application of IT systems as well as the systematic processing [+]

Master's Degree in Computer ScienceComputer Science is an engineering discipline that, in a broader sense, incorporates the structure and application of IT systems as well as the systematic processing of a wide array of information. One of the main goals in the Bachelor's degree program in Computer Science is to introduce students to methods that will enable them to successfully identify and solve problems.The Master's degree program in Computer Science has been designed as a broad, wide-ranging and in-depth study of the main areas of informatics. These include conventional methods of informatics, hardware development, software engineering as well as selected applications in computer science such as communication and collaboration systems, central data systems and grid computing.... [-]