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Degree programme, curriculum year 2023–2024

Master's Programme in Computing Sciences, 120 cr

Tampere University
Learning outcomes

Students having completed the Master’s Programme in Computing Sciences will

  • have a thorough command of their own Computing Sciences specialisation and be capable of working as experts and developers in the field of their own specialisation

  • be familiar with scientific thinking and capable of applying scientific working methods in their own area of specialisation in relevant tasks

  • be capable of applying the acquired knowledge and skills in international working life

  • possess prerequisites for scientific doctoral (postgraduate) training

  • have sufficient communication and co-operation skills required for work, scientific activities and public social discussion concerning their field of expertise

  • be conversant with the ethical norms of their own field of expertise and apply these in their own work and research

  • have prerequisites for continuous professional development and are motivated for lifelong learning. 

Content description

Master’s Programme in Computing Sciences consists of seven specialisations, leading either to Master of Science, or Master of Science in Technology degree:

  • Data Science (MSc)
  • Human-Technology Interaction (MSc)
  • Human-Technology Interaction (MSc Tech)
  • Signal Processing and Machine Learning (MSc Tech)
  • Software, Web & Cloud (MSc)
  • Software, Web & Cloud (MSc Tech)
  • Statistical Data Analytics (MSc).
Academic years
2021–2022, 2022–2023, 2023–2024
Degree titles
Master of Science
Master of Science (Technology)
120 cr
Degree programme type
Master's Degree
Language of instruction
Hervanta campus,
City centre campus
742201 Master of Science, Computer Science
742102 Master of Science, Statistics (Natural Sciences)
751301 Master of Science (Technology), Information Technology
Fields of study
  • Natural Sciences
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction
Persons responsible
Responsible teacher:
Juho Kanniainen