Computer Science Engineering MSC
Aim of the course:
The aim of the course is to qualify engineers who, having acquired the necessary high-level scientific and specific IT-related technological skills, to be competent to design new IT systems and tools, to develop and integrate IT systems, to conduct and coordinate IT-purpose research and development tasks, as well as to be capable of pursuing their knowledge in the frame of PhD studies.
We offer in Szekesfehervar the mobile application and game development specialization.
The computer game industry and in the last few year mobile applications are the key sectors in the IT. Desktop applications are migrating to mobile and wearable devices. The graphical solutions used in game development, the VR devices and software solutions, the devices and elements of the extended reality, the AI elements and tools are parts of industrial solutions concerning the Industry 4.0 concept. These are used more and more extensively during the industrial design and development, and in data visualization. So, this specialization can provide useful knowledge to every software developer not only in the field of computer games, but also in the scientific research, in the education and in the industry.
Duration: Full-time (regular) course: 4 semesters, 1125 contact classes
Number of credits to obtain: 120 credits
Educational level and qualification indicated in the degree:
- Name of master course: Computer Science Engineering
- Educational level: master (magister, Master of Science, abbreviated: MSc)
- Qualification: Computer Science Engineer
Main areas of the course:
- Mathematics and natural sciences: 21 credits
- Economics and human sciences: 10 credits
- Professional core curriculum: 28 credits
- Specialization: 25 credits
- Optional subjects: 6 credits
- Thesis: 30 credits
- Altogether: 120 credits
Internship: Professional practice of at least 6 weeks (containing 240 work hours).
Foreign language literacy requirements:
- Conditions to issue the final certificate: –
- Conditions to issue the degree:
To receive the master’s degree it is required to possess a state-approved, complex, English language certificate of at least intermediate (B2) level; or a state-approved, complex language certificate of at least intermediate (B2) level of any other living language in which the discipline has scientific literature plus a state-approved, complex, English language certificate of basic (B1) level. The student should have a command of the professional language too.
Types of training: full-time (regular)
Places and addresses of the course:
John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics, Óbuda University, Bécsi Street 96/b, 1034 Budapest
Alba Regia Technical Faculty, Óbuda University, Budai Street 45, 8000 Székesfehérvár
Components of the final exam:
The final exam comprises the defence of the thesis and oral exams specified in the curriculum (with preparation times at least 30 minutes per subject), which have to be taken the same day.