Master Computing Science

The master's programme Computing Science is a two year (120 EC) programme leading to a MSc degree in Informatica. The programme focuses on the application of the latest techniques in the design of modern computer-based systems and offers a variety of courses and individual projects. Computing Science draws upon our expertise in software technology, decision-support systems, network modeling and graphs, planning and scheduling, data mining, and evolutionary computation.
Within the programme, you can select one of three tracks: Algorithm Design and Analysis, Operations Research, and Programming Technology. Students who started in or before February 2023 can also select the track Algorithmic Data Analysis. 

 

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    • Ten science students receive prizes from KHMW

      On 27 November, The Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW) presented 67 incentive awards to first-year students and 20 graduation awards to Master's students. There were three Science faculty winners among the Master's thesis awards and seven among the incentive awards this year.
    • New: Starter Guide for Master students

      Are you looking for an overview with information on registration procedures, buildings, digital tools, tips and points of contact for support? Look no further and download the Master Starter Guide in PDF (A3 or A4) or visit the digital version.
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