The undergraduate programme in Applied Computer Science at Ruhr West offers four exciting concentrations:
- Artificial Intelligence – an interdisciplinary field dedicated to decoding human thinking to devise IT-based methods for solving problems involving artificial action, perception and cognition
- Automotive – dedicated to developing software to assist with driving: intelligent sensor concepts, actuators and selected algorithms are used to develop innovative assistance systems and components
- Smart Devices – dedicated to studying technical devices such as mobile phones, smart watches, beacons, and the like – devices that play an increasingly larger role in an interconnected world and have become a firm part of our daily lives
- Systems Engineering – an interdisciplinary field combining IT and engineering management to devise, test and administer complex systems.
Studying computer science at Ruhr West means hands-on learning inside and outside the classroom. Based on the university’s contacts to industry partners, students engage in real-world projects with actual companies to apply the theoretical knowledge they have acquired in lectures and seminars. In their final year, they complete a six-month work placement at one of Ruhr West’s partner companies. In addition to their technical training, students also acquire communication, presentation and teamwork skills to interact effectively with co-workers and clients.
You can find more detailed information here (in German)