Graz University of Technology offers a Master's Programme in Computer science. This includes a course in Privacy Enhancing Technology as part of different possible elective modules. Such as Data Management, Cryptology & Privacy, Information Security and Mathematical Foundations.
To learn more about the course, see the Curricula of the Master's Programme or contact the University.
More about the Master's Programme in Computer Science:
Master's Programme curriculum
In the master's degree programme Computer Science, you expand and deepen your fundamental knowledge in the field, as well as knowledge about systematic and automated information processing technologies and applications. You learn to use both formal mathematical and engineering methods and to integrate findings from natural science and technology into computer science. In this way, specific application problems can drive further development in basic computer science.
Students have a great deal of freedom when choosing court content. The master's degree programme Computer Science consists of a major subject (major), a minor subject (minor), a free-choice subject and a master’s thesis.
You can specialise still further in the following focal areas:
Algorithms and Theoretical Computer Science (as a major or minor)
Data Science (as a major or minor)
Games Engineering (as a major or minor)
Information Security (as a major or minor):
Intelligent Systems (as a major or minor)
Interactive and Visual Information Systems (as a major or minor)
Machine Learning (as a major or minor)
Robotics (as a major or minor)
Software Technology (as a major or minor)
Visual Computing (as a major or minor)
Supplementary Mathematical Foundations (minor)
Supplementary Statistics (minor)
Supplementary Embedded and Mobile Systems (minor).
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