The graduate knows discrete mathematics and discrete structures used in computer science and can model, by algorithms, processes in practice. By chosen specialization he or she has advanced knowledge in one or more of the areas: combinatorics and graph theory, random techniques and methods in discrete mathematics and algorithms, algebraic and topological methods, and finally optimization of various kinds. He or she can use this knowledge in research when solving difficult questions in the area of applied mathematics and computer science, in technical and economical practice, and in interdisciplinary research. The graduate can work in research and development either in academia or industry on any position requiring logical reasoning, analytical capabilities, algorithmic approach, and exploitation of modern computer science.
|Applications end||28th February 2018|
|Degree||master post bachelor|
|Study duration||2 years|
|School fees||€ 5476 per year 1|
1 This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 25.565