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In order to deepen the skills and knowledge acquired in your BSc program, the Computer Science profile offers the possibility to specialize in Software Engineering and Technology, Information and Communication Systems, or Cypersecurity and Advanced User Interfaces within the framework of your Master of Science in Engineering program. Your choice of theory modules and the topics of your individual project work will depend on your chosen specialization.
Thanks to the flexible timetable, you will be able to focus on your career development and goals. You can achieve this by participating in one of the research programs currently conducted in our research centers at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts or with our industry partners. The Master of Science in Engineering is offered as a cooperation Master’s with other Swiss universities of applied sciences, which is why you will be able to choose from a wide range of modules and thus deepen your knowledge of your specific fields of interests. These modules ordinarily take place in Zurich. Each MSE student is supervised by a personal advisor throughout the program. The latter generally also supervises your two specialization projects and the master’s thesis.
Advisors in the specialist area of Computer Science offer technical support across a broad range of topics.
Focus Areas: Embedded Systems, Microcontroller, Internet of Things (IoT), Digitale Forensik, Drahtlose Kommunikation, Robotik, Eclipse, ARM
Competence center: Electronics
Specific Competences: Digital System Design
To the Personal Profil: Erich Styger
Focus Areas: HW/SW Codesign for Embedded Systems, Realtime Digital Signal Processing, Model based Design
Competence Centre: Intelligent Sensors and Networks
Specific Competences: HW Acceleration for Neural Networks/Deep Learning
To the Personal Profile: Jürgen Wassner
Start your Master of Science in Engineering at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in three simple steps:
The Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts encourages its MSE students to gain international experience whilst completing their studies. Numerous international research and university cooperation options allow project work and the attendance of modules at renowned institutions abroad. In cases of close cooperation with named partner universities aboard, opportunities to acquire a second Master degree are also possible. Past student experiences can be found here (link to news page) or through the homepage of our International Office.