This master's degree programme provides the basis for independent professional practice in relationships where an advanced insight into the subject is necessary. The information sector needs solid IT expertise in all areas.
These are some examples of positions our graduates enter into after the master's programme:
- developing IT solutions where the users' needs and requirements are most important
- make technology functional and user-friendly
- working in project groups
- mobile health (mHealth) projects and contribute to better health among mothers and children in developing countries
- managing IT projects, and often be responsible for contact with customers
- try to find new solutions or working on a more detailed level with something that already exists, but requires improvement
- structure and modeling of all types of large information systems
- development of web pages, apps or various types of information services
- start your own IT business
Through the work of writing a master's thesis in computer science, you learn to work independently and to organize and plan your own work within specific deadlines. You learn to apply the theoretical and practical knowledge that you have acquired through your study program in your own original work, a master's thesis. During the master's studies you will also learn to write and work with scientific material - you learn to collaborate with others on research questions and communicate on academic issues, analyzes and conclusions in the field of computer science. You will be able to convey your own work and to acquire and relate to the feedback you receive.
Read more on the page Learning outcomes about what knowledge, skills and general skills you bring to work in this study program.
The master's degree in Informatics: Design, Use, Interaction also provides further foundation for research education in the field of Informatics. Read more about PhD in Mathematics and Natural Sciences.