Masters' study programme Informatics in contemporary society
Level (and type) of the programme: Masters' study programme
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters), 120 CP (credit points)
Form of study: Full-time
Professional title: Masters' professional degree, 2nd cycle
Tuition fee: Full-time study is free of charge (for EU citizens); 2500 € for non-EU citizens
Basic aims of the programme
The aim of the Masters’ study programme Informatics in contemporary society is to enable postgraduates to further develop their knowledge and skills from the field of social sciences, to educate then with broader knowledge of social research methods and to obtain complex knowledge of information-communication technology (ICT).
After the second level they will be able to take part in a more complex and creative working process in organisations in economics, in public administration or non-government organisations. They will also be able to continue their studies on the third level.
The programme Informatics in contemporary society comprises the following subject areas of acquiring knowledge and skills:
- political science
- economics and business sciences/ management
- information science
- computer engineering
- qualitative methodology.