The programme structure Computer Science has three specialisations and a double degree programme within the Cyber Security specialisation.
The Cyber Security specialisation involves cryptography, formal methods, secure software engineering, and machine learning, among other things. It also touches on a broad range of supporting disciplines, such as law, economics, criminology, management, and psychology. This is a joint Master’s specialisation offered by the Technical University of Delft (TUD) and the University of Twente (UT).
There is also the possibility to do a double degree within the EIT Digital Master school in Cyber Security.
The Data Science & Technology specialisation provides basic courses that will help you understand data science, the mathematics behind it, smart services, and how these fields are related through modern information systems. It also offers advanced courses in which you will be equipped to tackle the challenges of this cross-disciplinary field, including big data processing, real-time analytics, information quality, and information system and service design.
The specialisation in Software Technology is not restricted to any particular domain of application. You will amass theoretical knowledge and learn practical skills to make you an asset when it comes to the development of a broad and diffuse range of software for any imaginable use.
Study Internet Science & Technology and you will learn from world-leading experts how to build, maintain, secure and improve interactive intelligent systems. This specialisation is one of very few of its kind in the world.