Computer Science (B.Sc.)

Short profile

Bachelor of Science

admission restriction

standard length of study
6 semester

study start
October 1

preparatory internship

credit points

teaching language

May 16 - October 15 | January 16 - July 15 (International Students)


Computer Science is the science of systematic processing of information, especially the automatic pocessing with the assistance of computers. As a science, Computer Science developed historically from mathematics whereas the development of the first computers has its origins in Electrical and Communications Engineering. Nevertheless, computers are only a tool and medium of Computer Science to implement theoretical concepts into practice.

The study of Computer Science imparts the basic knowledge, methodological skills and the competences which prepare for the various tasks as a computer scientist. The focus of the bachelor program with a duration of six semesters is the imparting of scientific/technical competences in the classical subject areas of Computer Science. Disciplines such as theoretical fundamentals, professional programming, software engineering, databases, system software and computer architecture have priority. Choosing a minor and a specialisation provide the opportunity to set own thematical topics according to personal interests in the study.

Successful studies lead to the degree “Bachelor of Sience”, which qualifies for a career as well as for a consecutive master’s program.

Fields of study

11 %
Fundamentals of computer science and programming (e.g. computer organization, computer architectures, algorithms and programming)
14 %
Mathematics (e.g. mathematics and stochastics for computer science, discrete structures)
22 %
Practical information (e.g. software engineering, databases, operating systems, telematics, computer graphics, software project)
15 %
Theoretical Computer Science (e.g. communication models, algorithms and structures, logic)
14 %
Optional courses (e.g. automata theory, computational intelligence, system and network security, mobile communication, embedded systems)
10 %
Minor (e.g. biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, information and communication technology, media technology, mathematics, economics)
3 %
Non-technical subjects
11 %
Proseminar and bachelor thesis


  • Automation

  • Biomedical Engineering

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Automotive Engineering

  • Information and communication technology

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Mathematics

  • Media Technology

  • Health informatics

  • Economics

Practice during studies

There are no compulsory basic or professional internships.

Fields of work

  • Design and management of IT systems

  • Software development

  • Organisation of production and business processes

  • Health facilities

  • Research and development

  • Consulting and training

Further information