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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Detlef Schlayer
Information and Communication Technology Master’s Programme

By modularising our full-time and part-time study programmes, we have taken an important step to ensuring our students a good start into working life after graduating.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Detlef Schlayer

Information and Communication Technology in english
Full-time Master’s Programme

So you want to go beyond bachelor’s? You want to get all the way to the top of the corporate ladder? If your answer to these questions is yes, then the HfTL’s master’s programme Information and Communication Technology is the one for you. In addition to gaining deeper insights into the scientific aspects of telecommunications and computing, you will also gain key qualifications in areas such as business administration, law, and project management, making you well-equipped for making decisions in executive positions and developing complex telecommunications systems.
Course Language is english.

Employability and Careers

The IT market is changing more rapidly than ever and has a high demand for talented minds. Our alumni are highly sought-after due to their expert knowledge as well as their management and people skills. ICT graduates are not just appealing candidates for positions at the Deutsche Telekom, but also for companies such as SAP, Siemens or IBM. A Master of Engineering degree will prepare you for one of the many jobs in which self-reliance is a must. As a project manager with both business management and IT skills, you will have the tools necessary for good decision-making.

An area for which ICT technicians are responsible is designing and planning networks and transmissions systems and managing IT systems. Surveys among alumni have shown that ICT technicians can be found just about anywhere – in R&D, in project design, planning and monitoring, as well as marketing and sales.
 
A Master’s degree in Information and Communication Technology is a perfect choice for those who want to keep their options open.

Module manual

In the module manual of the master course of studies information and communication technology you find all relevant information about the contents of the single modules, qualification objectives and quantitative and qualitative demands.

Degree Master of Engineering
Course Language English
Duration The standard period of study, including the time required to complete the Master’s thesis, is 2.0 years. Depending on individual circumstances an extension may be granted.
Credits 120 credits must be acquired during the programme.
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 Bachelor’s degree in Information and Communication Technology.
Bachelor’s degrees in other fields, such as Economics or Computer Science, may be accepted upon individual examination. In certain cases, admission may be granted subject to the condition of taking and passing selected courses from the bachelor’s programmes Business Information Systems or Computer Science and Telecommunications.
Language Admission requirements For students interested in English B2.2
The proof about the submitted linguistic qualification may not be older than two years and must be presented accredited.
Fees  The HfTL rises tuition fees for this course. We advise you gladly, on the costs of full-time study programme!
Certification Subject to accreditation.
The third-party certification verifies the HfTL’s Master degree programme Information and Communication Technology quality of teaching and compliance with regulations of the Bologna process.
Curriculum Compulsory modules: 
 Applied Mathematics 
 ICT Consulting 
 Project Management 
 ICT lab courses 
 Law 
 Project work 

 10 modules for specialisation in communication technology
 
 10 modules for specialisation in information technology
 
 Please refer to the curriculum to find courses currently available.
Programme structure full time course, seminars and tutorials for which you must be present at the university.