Master’s Programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics 2019-2020 (120 ECTS cr)
Learning Outcomes of the MSc Programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics
After the completion of the MSc programme in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics the student will obtain sufficient mathematical and computational skills for industry and other research and development tasks.
The students will
In addition, Technomathematics graduates will
In addition, Technical Physics graduates will
In addition, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition graduates will
The Master's degree (120 ECTS) consists of core studies, specialisation studies in Technomathematics, Technical Physics or Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, minor studies and free elective studies. The Master's Thesis and Seminar is included in the specialisation studies.
This MSc in Computational Engineering and Technical Physics is also available as a Double Degree Programme for the students of our partner universities. The Double Degree Programme has a separate degree structure of its own.
Computational Engineering and Techical Physics