Students talk about what made them decide to study at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts and what they like most about it. Did you get a chance to check out the varied range of programs? Learn more about the prior learning required for a bachelor’s program in Computer Science.
Find answers to the most frequent questions about admission criteria, recommended prior learning, program content, skills imparted, place of study, time models, and more.
What are the admission requirements to study Computer Science?
You can find out all about admission requirements such as prior learning, optional preparatory courses, admission criteria and many other things in the Choice of Program and Study Preparation section of our website.
What is the structure of the program?
All bachelor’s programs carry 180 ECTS credits. Their structure may vary significantly depending on the individual program. Explore the websites of the different programs to learn more about it.
What kinds of skill will I acquire in the program?
In addition to subject-specific skills and knowledge and methodology, the modules and practice projects develop social and personal skills and promote interdisciplinarity. These are all skills you will need to help to shape the (digital) future.
Which fields of activity will the program open up for me?
If there is one thing that is even more multi-faceted than the six bachelor’s programs, it is the fields of activity and professional prospects they will open up in the digital world. From IT consulting to software development to web and games design to AI, there are many areas explored in a diverse range of bachelor’s programs with their varied options to specialize. Visit the program websites for more information about the fields of activity they will open up and what the associated career perspectives are.
What time models are available in the Computer Science program?
In terms of time model, there are three options available: full-time, part-time and work-study. You can start your program in September or in February. Read more about the different time models here.
Where can I read more about study fees and enrolment?
Visit the Study Preparation section for more information. Most of the fees are covered by the federal government and the cantons; refer to the respective program flyers for details. You can find a link to enrol for your program in the section that provides details about the application and admission procedures.
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