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IU’s Master’s in Computer Science degree program is for those who wish to pursue a successful IT career. This online degree will help you gain the right competencies that will enable you to create and develop new systems and tech. It offers a dual M.Sc. degree in Computer Science with London South Bank University (LSBU).
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The International University of Applied Sciences (IU) is an educational institution that offers an environment of motivation, innovation, and excellence. The university places a strong focus on the quality of its courses and faculty, along with a determination to provide excellent services. Its flexible study programs are designed to suit your professional goals.
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Upon the completion of this program, you will:
London South Bank University (LSBU) has been known for providing excellent education since 1892. The university is committed to providing the best career opportunities for over 18,000 students coming from over 130 countries.
Upon the completion of this program, you will:
You will get to work in one of the strongest economies in the world with the 4th highest GDP and 94% employment rate
You will gain exposure to the German corporate world and global network
Students can apply for post-study work Visa, which will be valid for 18 months
There is a high chance to get Permanent Residence (PR) in Germany
Germany has an affordable cost of living
The average salary in Germany after completion of the course is ₹4,500,000 p.a.
Networks and Distributed Systems
1.1 Introduction to the Python programming language
1.2 Object-oriented concepts in Python
1.3 Handling of exceptions and errors
1.4 The Python library ecosystem
1.5 Environments and package management
1.6 Documentation and testing
1.7 Version control
2.1 Software process modeling
2.2 Basic software life cycles
2.3 Agile and lean processes
2.4 The Software Product Life Cycle
2.5 Governance and management of software processes
3.2 Integral transformations
3.3 Vector algebra
3.4 Vector calculus
3.5 Matrices and vector spaces
3.6 Information theory
4.1 Introduction to statistics
4.2 Important probability distributions and their applications
4.3 Bayesian statistics
4.4 Descriptive statistics
4.5 Data visualization
4.6 Parameter estimation
4.7 Hypothesis tests
5.1 Introduction to data science
5.2 Use cases and performance evaluation
5.3 Pre-processing of data
5.4 Processing of data
5.5 Selected mathematical techniques
5.6 Selected artificial intelligence techniques
The aim of the course is to apply acquired knowledge to a practical scenario. Project teams work on a project independently over several software process phases.
7.1 Algorithm design
7.2 Introduction to important classes of algorithms
7.3 Correctness and completeness of algorithms
7.4 Computability and the theoretical limits of algorithms
7.5 Efficiency of algorithms
8.1 Data protection and privacy
8.2 Cyber security building blocks
8.3 Cyber security management
8.4 Cryptography concepts
8.5 Cryptography applications
The seminar covers the relationship between computer science and society, including topics such as the social responsibility of computer scientists and the effects of digitization on society. Based on a list of topics updated regularly, students select or are assigned a specific topic on which to write a scientific report.
10.1 History of AI
10.2 AI application areas
10.3 Expert systems
10.5 Modern AI systems
11.1 Data types and data sources
11.3 Modern storage frameworks
11.4 Data formats
11.5 Distributed computing
In this course, students learn to apply computer science concepts they have learned in previous modules to a real-world project.
This seminar deals with current topics of computer science. Students make a dive deep into a specific topic within a sub-discipline of their choice. These disciplines are including but not limited to the following: artificial intelligence, big data technologies, IT security and data protection, algorithmics, data science, and programming.
14.1 Communication Networks
14.2 Communication Protocols
14.3 Distributed System Architectures
14.4 Distributed Algorithms and Applications
17.1 Master Thesis
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Students will go through a number of mock interviews conducted by technical experts who will then offer tips and constructive feedback for reference and improvement.
Attend one-on-one sessions with career mentors on how to develop the required skills and attitude to secure a dream job based on a learners’ educational background, past experience, and future career aspirations.
Guaranteed 3 job interviews upon submission of projects and assignments. Get interviewed by our 400+ hiring partners.
Exclusive access to our dedicated job portal and apply for jobs. More than 400 hiring partners’ including top start-ups and product companies hiring our learners. Mentored support on job search and relevant jobs for your career growth.
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|Program Induction||30th Jan 2022||08:00 PM - 11.00 PM IST||Weekend (Sat-Sun)|
|Regular Classes||10th Feb 2022 - 10th Feb 2023||08:00 PM - 11.00 PM IST||Weekend (Sat-Sun)|
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After successfully completing this Master’s in Computer Science program, you will receive a dual degree from IU and LSBU. For the dual degree, students will need to sign up for this offer within 4 weeks of enrolment.
This Master’s in Computer Science degree program is a curation by industry experts to help aspirants become successful IT professionals with expertise in advanced statistics and mathematics, Software Engineering, algorithms, cyber security, data science, and more.
After completing the program, you will get a dual degree from IU and get accredited by the LSBU. The degree will qualify you for the top-paying IT jobs around the world.
This degree program offers both online and blended learning. After 6 months of mandatory training, you can apply for on-campus learning. The first three semesters are online and the fourth semester will be held on-campus.
IELTS is not mandatory. However, proof of your English language skills is required if English is not your native language, or you didn’t graduate from an English-speaking school/university. IU will conduct an English test to check your proficiency in the English language at no cost. A fair understanding of English is mandatory as the complete degree program is delivered in the English language.
IU, Germany believes in small class sizes, typically consisting of 30 students. This makes it easier for students to receive the attention they need during learning. IU’s well-established career center helps students in getting jobs. 94% of IU graduates receive job offers within 6 months of completion of the program.
While knowing German is not mandatory, it is advisable if you are planning to work in Germany after the degree program. We offer free German classes that you can sign up for.
You will have to give at least 13 hours to learning per week to be able to graduate from the online program. Since the on-campus program in Germany is full-time, you will have to commit to the appropriate workload.
Through our peer-to-peer chat, you can post your questions and your peers, faculty, and teaching assistants will get back to you within a day. Additionally, there are regular Q&A sessions that are conducted by the faculty during online classes to clarify any conceptual doubts. You will also have fortnightly sessions with industry experts.
Germany is known to have the lowest unemployment rate across Europe. According to the German industry bodies, there are over 100,000 vacancies for IT jobs there. Germany is looking for skilled immigrants to take up jobs there.
Students are allowed to work 20 hours per week or 120 full days of part-time work during one year. Germany typically pays around 10 Euros per hour, which adds up to 220 Euros per week.
As proof of funds to support yourself in Germany, you will be asked to deposit 10332 Euros in a blocked German bank account before applying for a Visa. You can withdraw the amount once you reach Germany to support your monthly expenses. However, keep in mind that your actual expenses may vary depending on your lifestyle.
Germany allows for up to 18 months of a post-study work visa after completing a degree from Germany. Intellipaat will assist you with your visa application and processing with the help of professional immigration consultants.
With the help of our multiple hiring partners in Germany, we will assist you during your job application process after the completion of your degree program.
The European Credit Transfer System or ECTS is the measure that compares learning achievements and helps students easily transfer credits from one higher education institution to another.
Computer Science professionals can play several roles, and there are a number of opportunities available in Germany for these positions. As per LinkedIn, there are over 17,600 Computer Engineering jobs, 12,400+ Software Developer jobs, 10,400+ Data Engineering jobs, over 3,200 Data Security jobs, and other similar job opportunities in Germany.
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