M.Sc. in Digital Transformation (Germany) Deadline: July 15, 2019

Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts

Application Deadline

July 15, 2019

Program Commencement

October 2019

Duration of the Program

4 Semesters

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Program Details

Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts was officially founded in 1971. The prime focus of the university has ever since been study and teaching geared towards practical problem-solving, cementing the link between theory and practice. 

The Master’s program in Digital Transformation delivers the competencies to shape the digital change with a focus on technology, while not neglecting the need to consider the relevant business models and the socioeconomic impact. Digital transformation is changing society and industry at a tremendous pace. The change is manifold, and the education of the experts for mastering the change has to cover a very diverse spectrum.

The program is inherently interdisciplinary. Graduates are prepared to work in very dynamic, diverse, and agile teams to find solutions that really benefit people, society, and industry. This involves a very solid first pillar of the curriculum in software engineering with the relevant processes, methods, and tools. Furthermore, as a second pillar, students become experts in designing and applying digital systems. A strong focus on user-centered development processes that involve the people as coproducers is the third pillar of the competency model. Modules on transversal skills and a focus on project work give our students competencies with high relevance for the job market and a hands-on attitude.

The program is taught in English (with a bilingual option in German), and the classroom is very international. Within the various projects, students will learn to work in an international team. An exchange program with European partner universities for different electives supports this international concept.

Eligibility/ Requirements

 

Academic Requirements:

Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Engineering (three or four years), “Diplom-Ingenieur” (engineer) in Computer Science, Business Computing, Information Technology, Software Engineering, or equivalent with a good final grade. It must be evident that previous studies included a thesis. The previous studies have to include sufficient knowledge in the relevant fields of software engineering and digital systems.

Language Requirements:

  • TOEFL iBT 90 points (Internet-based)
  • TOEFL itp 550 points
  • IETLS 6.5

or equivalent. Certificates should not be older than two years.

 

Application Process

 

Only online application is allowed. The application platform for non-EU applicants opens 1 April and for EU applicants on 15 May. Please visit the course website for information on the application procedure.

Please note that there are NO tuition fees for the course.

Please send all requests to service-mdt@fh-dortmund.de

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