The approval of the supervisory authority of the study programme is still pending.
The world of tomorrow will be highly automated, data driven and interconnected. Recent advances in wireless and cloud computing as well as battery technology and low power solutions expanded the possibilities of connecting all kind of devices to the Internet of Things (IoT). Intelligent, complex and decentralized solutions are being created for consumer use (smart home), manufacturing (Industry 4.0), utilities (smart grid), urban services (smart city), agriculture, retail, health care, telecommunication, transport and logistic.
The programme provides an introduction to the disciplines that are part of typical IoT solutions such as Microelectronics, Cloud Computing, Embedded Software, Wireless Networking, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. The programme emphasizes the relations of these disciplines and shows ways to combine them for a complete solution. The wide range of involved disciplines makes it an academically challenging programme.
Within the programme, the students will learn
• How to plan, implement and manage create efficient and secure IoT solutions.
• How to implement mobile usage scenarios for digital business models.
• How to support consumer and industrial IoT solutions with cloud and on-premise IT.
• How to assess protocols, standards, vendors and design.
• How to discuss and present technical solutions.
As part of the programme, international students can take one module of German that will help them to connect to local companies.
The last months of the degree programme are dedicated to a master thesis project. With the department’s help, the students shall find an internship and will be challenged to apply their skills at real-world clients and to write an academic report. Starting from its foundation in 1997, the University has years of teaching and research experience in all the disciplines related to the new programme ensuring an upto-date and practice oriented course of study. University labs provide an opportunity to improve students’ skills in a hands-on environment.
Internationally recognized Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) degree
- Bachelor‘s degree in Computer Engineering or similar fields
- US-GPA above 3.3 (is equal to German grading system 2,0 or less)
- English proficiency (TOEFL iBT 79, IELTS 6.0 or completed Bachelor‘s programme in English)
- APS (students from China and Vietnam)
The results are assessed according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). With the award of credit points, the study achievements are internationally comparable and recognized.
The Master program can be accessed with a Bachelor‘s degree of 180 or 210 Credits according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) in Computer Engineering or a similar field. Graduates of international Bachelor degree programs corresponding to 180 Credits need to attend a qualification semester at University of Applied Sciences Nordhausen with 30 Credits right before the 1st semester starts. The qualification semester always starts in October of each year. The 1st semester always starts in April.
Applicants with an INTERNATIONAL university entrance qualification please click here to start the online application.
Applicants with a GERMAN higher education entrance qualification please use the following button for the online application: