Computer Science Engineering (E) - Master

 


UGent
The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains engineers to creatively and professionally apply information technology in socially and economically relevant applications.
These applications range from apps for mobile devices to embedded systems and scientific computing for supercomputers. 
A computer science engineering graduate has a broad basic knowledge and has the creative skills to conceive, design, build, and exploit information processing systems.
This knowledge entails both hardware and software.
Computer science engineers use specific models, methods, and techniques that allow them to control the complexity of modern applications.
They will take into account the requirements of the customer, the economic reality, safety requirements, ergonomics, etc.
The programme closely interacts with existing research programmes in various university labs and in the iMinds research institute. Students will participate in ongoing research during their study.
This will teach them the skills required to carry out personal scientific research.
Finally, we ensure that graduates also acquire non-specialised and transferrable skills.
In addition to this, the programme also stimulates the development of soft skills, such as team work, effective communication, project management, etc.
These skills are acquired through the execution of various projects throughout the entire programme.
Of this program, the first year and a half offers a broad education in science and engineering.
This is followed by a specialised education in the fundaments of computer science. 
The master programme is split into two parts of 60 ECTS credits each.
The first part consists of compulsory courses. The second part consists of elective courses: a Master's Dissertation of 24 ECTS credits, and 36 ECTS credits of coursework.
This coursework can either consist of a minor in Industrial Engineering or Biosystems, or it can be freely picked by the student.
This flexibility allows students to give expression to their personal study interests.
Students are encouraged to use this flexibility to do preparatory work to kickstart their own business through Dare to Think, which is the local student-entrepreneurship project.
Similarly, students can take a range of specialist courses as preparation for doctoral studies.


Opleiding bestaat aan andere universiteiten in het Nederlands: Ingenieurswetenschappen Computerwetenschappen



Studiepunten

120

Computer Science Engineering (E) - Master


UGent
The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains engineers to creatively and professionally apply information technology in socially and economically relevant applications.
These applications range from apps for mobile devices to embedded systems and scientific computing for supercomputers. 
A computer science engineering graduate has a broad basic knowledge and has the creative skills to conceive, design, build, and exploit information processing systems.
This knowledge entails both hardware and software.
Computer science engineers use specific models, methods, and techniques that allow them to control the complexity of modern applications.
They will take into account the requirements of the customer, the economic reality, safety requirements, ergonomics, etc.
The programme closely interacts with existing research programmes in various university labs and in the iMinds research institute. Students will participate in ongoing research during their study.
This will teach them the skills required to carry out personal scientific research.
Finally, we ensure that graduates also acquire non-specialised and transferrable skills.
In addition to this, the programme also stimulates the development of soft skills, such as team work, effective communication, project management, etc.
These skills are acquired through the execution of various projects throughout the entire programme.
Of this program, the first year and a half offers a broad education in science and engineering.
This is followed by a specialised education in the fundaments of computer science. 
The master programme is split into two parts of 60 ECTS credits each.
The first part consists of compulsory courses. The second part consists of elective courses: a Master's Dissertation of 24 ECTS credits, and 36 ECTS credits of coursework.
This coursework can either consist of a minor in Industrial Engineering or Biosystems, or it can be freely picked by the student.
This flexibility allows students to give expression to their personal study interests.
Students are encouraged to use this flexibility to do preparatory work to kickstart their own business through Dare to Think, which is the local student-entrepreneurship project.
Similarly, students can take a range of specialist courses as preparation for doctoral studies.


Opleiding bestaat aan andere universiteiten in het Nederlands: Ingenieurswetenschappen Computerwetenschappen



Studiepunten

120

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.
Meer info vind u bij de organiserende onderwijsinstellingen en onder het tabblaadje 'International students'.

Situering

Opleiding: Computer Science Engineering (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Science

Studiegebied: Toegepaste wetenschappen

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Exacte wetenschappen, Wiskunde-cijferwerk,

Schoolvakken SO: Informatica, Wiskunde,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Volgende Ma-na-Ma's sluiten aan op Computer Science Engineering (E)



Eventueel zijn er nog andere mogelijkheden op basis van uw gevolgd studietraject. Raadpleeg de hogeschool voor meer informatie.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 33  9000 Gent
09 331 00 31    


Beroepsuitwegen

The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains students to design the complex information processing systems that are at the core of our modern information society.
Since information technology is only a means to a goal, graduates will have to get familiar with different application domains (such as health care, financial, production, accounting, …) to make the right design decisions. Graduates start as developer, but will quickly move to higher positions, such as those of designer, project leader, director …
The students‘ broad education and their ability to deal with complex situations will help them throughout their careers to function effectively and to take leading positions in society.

Mogelijke beroepen

Burgerlijk ingenieur
Onderzoeker exacte wetenschappen


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 05-12-2017

Computer Science Engineering (E) - Master


UGent
The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains engineers to creatively and professionally apply information technology in socially and economically relevant applications.
These applications range from apps for mobile devices to embedded systems and scientific computing for supercomputers. 
A computer science engineering graduate has a broad basic knowledge and has the creative skills to conceive, design, build, and exploit information processing systems.
This knowledge entails both hardware and software.
Computer science engineers use specific models, methods, and techniques that allow them to control the complexity of modern applications.
They will take into account the requirements of the customer, the economic reality, safety requirements, ergonomics, etc.
The programme closely interacts with existing research programmes in various university labs and in the iMinds research institute. Students will participate in ongoing research during their study.
This will teach them the skills required to carry out personal scientific research.
Finally, we ensure that graduates also acquire non-specialised and transferrable skills.
In addition to this, the programme also stimulates the development of soft skills, such as team work, effective communication, project management, etc.
These skills are acquired through the execution of various projects throughout the entire programme.
Of this program, the first year and a half offers a broad education in science and engineering.
This is followed by a specialised education in the fundaments of computer science. 
The master programme is split into two parts of 60 ECTS credits each.
The first part consists of compulsory courses. The second part consists of elective courses: a Master's Dissertation of 24 ECTS credits, and 36 ECTS credits of coursework.
This coursework can either consist of a minor in Industrial Engineering or Biosystems, or it can be freely picked by the student.
This flexibility allows students to give expression to their personal study interests.
Students are encouraged to use this flexibility to do preparatory work to kickstart their own business through Dare to Think, which is the local student-entrepreneurship project.
Similarly, students can take a range of specialist courses as preparation for doctoral studies.


Opleiding bestaat aan andere universiteiten in het Nederlands: Ingenieurswetenschappen Computerwetenschappen



Studiepunten

120

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.
Meer info vind u bij de organiserende onderwijsinstellingen en onder het tabblaadje 'International students'.

Situering

Opleiding: Computer Science Engineering (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Science

Studiegebied: Toegepaste wetenschappen

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Exacte wetenschappen, Wiskunde-cijferwerk,

Schoolvakken SO: Informatica, Wiskunde,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Volgende Ma-na-Ma's sluiten aan op Computer Science Engineering (E)



Eventueel zijn er nog andere mogelijkheden op basis van uw gevolgd studietraject. Raadpleeg de hogeschool voor meer informatie.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 33  9000 Gent
09 331 00 31    


Beroepsuitwegen

The Master of Science in Computer Science Engineering trains students to design the complex information processing systems that are at the core of our modern information society.
Since information technology is only a means to a goal, graduates will have to get familiar with different application domains (such as health care, financial, production, accounting, …) to make the right design decisions. Graduates start as developer, but will quickly move to higher positions, such as those of designer, project leader, director …
The students‘ broad education and their ability to deal with complex situations will help them throughout their careers to function effectively and to take leading positions in society.

Mogelijke beroepen

Burgerlijk ingenieur
Onderzoeker exacte wetenschappen


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 05-12-2017