Master’s Degree – Informatics
Master of Science Professor of Computer Science and Informatics; Master of Science Professor of Mathematics and Informatics; Master of Science Professor of Mathematics and Physics; Master of Science Professor of Engineering and Computing
After completing all the courses provided in the curriculum for two semesters, a student who chooses a Master’s thesis receives a certificate of the completed study program with 60 ECTS credits, i.e. a Master’s with selected elective courses of the corresponding module – 60 ECTS.
Master of Science Professor of Computer Science and Informatics teaches advanced concepts in the field of computer science and information technology at different levels of education. Their work may include subjects such as databases, software engineering, computer networks, artificial intelligence, computer vision, programming, and other similar topics.
Master of Science Professor of Mathematics and Informatics combines mathematical concepts with the application of computer technologies and algorithms. Their work can include subjects such as discrete mathematics, algorithms, graph theory, mathematical statistics, artificial intelligence, and the application of mathematics to computer graphics and other areas.
Master Professor of Mathematics and Physics combines the concepts of mathematics and physics and teaches them at different levels of education. Their work may include subjects such as differential equations, probability theory, statistics, theoretical physics, mechanics, thermodynamics, optics, electromagnetism, and other similar topics.
Master Professor of Engineering and Computing, M.Sc. teaches subjects in the field of technical and computer science, such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, programming, robotics, process automation, etc. Their work may also include the development of practical skills among students through workshops and projects.
All these professions share the common goal of developing students’ knowledge and skills in specific fields and preparing them for a career in that field. A Master’s Professor usually works in secondary or higher education institutions, where he prepares and carries out teaching classes, evaluates the work of students, and cooperates with other teachers and experts in the development of teaching programs.