Whether your interest is in complex algorithms, IT security, logic and semantics, pervasive computing, or something completely different within the field of computer science, this programme will give you the opportunity to specialise in an area of your choice. For more information regarding research areas in computer science at Aarhus University, visit www.cs.au.dk/research.
The Master’s programme in Computer Science is dedicated to the highest-quality teaching in an informal learning environment. Our international teaching staff expect students to take an active part in the programme, and staff–student consultation is always encouraged. The teaching is a mix of lectures and classes, with preparatory work in study groups.
The Master’s programme is taught in English and our classes have a mix of Danish and international students. For internationals interested in studying computer science in Aarhus find more information at www.cs.au.dk/international.
Admission requirements and prerequisites
A Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Aarhus University, University of Southern Denmark or University of Copenhagen gives access to the Master’s degree program in Computer Science.
Other degrees, which, according to the university’s assessment, in level, extent and content correspond to the above-mentioned degrees, may give admission to the Master’s degree program.
At the university’s assessment of whether a bachelor’s degree gives access to the Master’s degree program in Computer Science, emphasis is placed on:
- The Bachelor’s degree program contains computer science subjects to an extent that meets the prerequisites for following a majority of the specializations offered in the Master’s Degree program. To meet the prerequisites for all specializations the following is required:
- 20 ECTS programming, including object-oriented programming, functional programming and software architecture.
- 20 ECTS computer systems, including databases, computer architecture, networks, operating systems, distributed systems and security.
- 20 ECTS theoretical computer science, including algorithms and data structures, logic and computability, formal languages and compilers, optimization and complexity theory.
- 10 ECTS Human-Computer Interaction and experimental system development.
- Bachelor’s degree program contains 20 ECTS basic subjects in mathematics, probability theory and statistics.
The course basis for admission must reflect contemporary theory and practice.
There may be requirements for the composition of the study program in connection with possible admission.
It is a condition that the student’s language skills correspond to a B level in English.
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