As a graduate you possess sound knowledge of computer systems and mathematics. You will also have been able to acquire the first bases for specializing within the discipline.
You are familiar with the fundamental concepts and rules of programming language, computer architecture, algorithms, data structures, software engineering, databases, computer networks, and operating systems. In addition to which, you will have been able to expand your mathematical skills in analysis, linear algebra, and discrete structures. Further, you understand the principles of theoretical informatics, probability theory, and statistics.
During the course of your studies you will have been able to acquire knowledge of the specialties in which you are particularly interested. These include inter alia software engineering, databases, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, IT security, computer architecture, algorithms, and scientific computation.
You will have been able to acquire your first experience of working on projects in interdisciplinary teams and you are also able to present your results to audiences of scientists.