Part time MSc Programs in Computer Science in Stuttgart Germany 2020

Although the foundations for computer science have existed for years, it wasn’t until the past century that the most leading technology has been developed. In the 1940s, more exact computing machines were created.Stuttgart is not only the sixth largest city in Germany, but also the capital of the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The city has a large population and a rich history in the automobile… Read more

Although the foundations for computer science have existed for years, it wasn’t until the past century that the most leading technology has been developed. In the 1940s, more exact computing machines were created.

Stuttgart is not only the sixth largest city in Germany, but also the capital of the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The city has a large population and a rich history in the automobile industry. It has more than seven large public institutions of higher learning.

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HFT Stuttgart
Stuttgart, Germany

This three-semester, internationally-oriented course of study is designed to meet the demands of the industry for highly motivated, team-oriented software experts.

This three-semester, internationally-oriented course of study is designed to meet the demands of the industry for highly motivated, team-oriented software experts. -
MSc
Full-time
Part-time
3 semesters
English
March 2020
Campus
 
Université de Lorraine
Nancy, France

This Masters program on “Dependable Software Systems” (DESEM) is an Erasmus Mundus Master program which consists of courses of the Master in Computer Science of Université de ... +

This Masters program on “Dependable Software Systems” (DESEM) is an Erasmus Mundus Master program which consists of courses of the Master in Computer Science of Université de Lorraine on Software Engineering and Formal Methods, displayed in English and opened to international students. -
MSc
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Université de Lorraine
Nancy, France

The goal of NLP (Natural Language Processing) is to produce computational models which simulate our ability to speak and understand «natural» languages such as English, French ... +

The goal of NLP (Natural Language Processing) is to produce computational models which simulate our ability to speak and understand «natural» languages such as English, French or Russian as opposed to artificial languages such as programming or mathematics. -
MSc
Full-time
English
Campus