Computer Science and Telecommunications,
This part-time programme offers professionals with a university entrance qualification the opportunity of gaining
further training. Most of the work is done via an online learning platform, allowing you more flexibility in balancing academics and work. We support effective learning of mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, information technology and communications contents by combining attendance periods at the HfT Leipzig with online tutorials.
You will gain a deeper understanding of all aspects of the technology of the new media. This is a programme aimed at those who wish to learn about what IT-principles and technologies Web 2.0 is based on and how social networks and applications work. The term “media” is a defining area of this programme, as students learn about the properties of different transmission media.
Employability and Careers
There is a high demand for IT professionals in all areas. The following are just a few examples of potential careers. As networks between businesses and their suppliers, customers, and partners become ever more important, increasingly complex IT environments are being created. These are designed and managed by system and network administrators in charge of ensuring that their internet-based services, such as web portals, are available at all times. Graduates also develop software, creating IT solutions such as applications for desktop PCs, smartphones, or web browser applications while taking into consideration the latest quality and safety standards. System architects develop networks for entire companies and are pushing forward the development of the global broadband network. Consultants provide customers with advice on IT projects.
In the module manual of the bachelor course of studies Computer science and telecommunications you find all relevant information about the contents of the single modules, qualification objectives and quantitative and qualitative demands.
|Degree||Bachelor of Engineering|
|Duration||Fast-track programme: 7 semesters (including Bachelor’s thesis)
Alternative option: 9 semesters
|Application deadline||Application forms must be handed in to the examination office by July 1st of the current year.|
|Beginning of lectures||In calendar week 39 of every year|
|Admission requirements||You will need to provide proof of:
General or specialized higher education entrance qualification
Technical college diploma
Master craftsman certificate
Certificates recognised by the state of Saxony as equivalents to the above
|Language Admission requirements||For foreign students interested in German DSH 2 or B2.2
The proof about the submitted linguistic qualification may not be older than two years and must be presented accredited.
In some cases an exception may be made and applicants may qualify for access to university without the certificates mentioned above. In these cases, the applicant must have had vocational training and pass an admissions test. Please consult the FAQ for details.
|Fees||54 x 269,44€ with monthly payment method (50% discount with bologna@telekom support) We advise you gladly, on the costs of part-time study programme!|
|Certification||Accreditation is certified (Akkreditierungsrat, ASIIN, Euro-Inf)
The third-party certification verifies that the quality of teaching and compliance of the HfTL’s Master degree programme Computer Science and Telecommunications complies with the Bologna process .
(project management, law and economics, technical English)
(mathematics, physics, electrical and electronics engineering)
(introduction, programming, software engineering, databases, hardware and software architectures, networks, simulations, routing and switching, protocols)
Distributed computing Telecommunications
(signals and systems, transmission technology, network management, wireless technology)
|Programme structure||The programme takes place as a blended learning scenario, which means that the learning model includes classroom teaching, supervised online courses and private study.
One academic year includes 6 weeks of classroom lectures, seminars, and tutorials for which you must be present at the university.
|Learning materials||During the first attendance period, all registered students will receive a starter package, including:
Access to software required for studies
A Microsoft Developer Network account with download options for all Microsoft products
Borrowing privileges for all course-related literature.