Master’s degree programme: Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity
Applications open for summer semester 2021 (March 2021)
The MSc in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity provides students with a sound understanding of both disciplines. It puts considerable emphasis on their intersection, and on the social, ethical and legal aspects that arise in their practical use.
The MSc in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity is a two-year taught programme. It consists of three semesters of taught courses followed by a research project leading to the submission of a thesis and its defence at the end of the fourth term.
- The MSc in Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity is a highly focused programme that enables students to concentrate on the core subjects Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity (and their intersection) with an additional emphasis on the social, ethical and legal aspects that arise in practice.
- The programme is run jointly (as a “double degree programme”) with the University of Udine. Students from the Universities of Klagenfurt and Udine will be able to collaborate in lectures (delivered online) and projects.
- Students may branch out and study courses that are related to and relevant for the application areas of both Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity, taking full advantage of the offerings of both universities.
We invite applicants with a background in either engineering or science (e.g. computing, mathematics, statistics, etc.). Applicants are assessed based on their previous performance in their bachelor degree and their letter of motivation; also extra curricular activities are taken into account (via applicants‘ CVs). We require a certificate for applicants‘ English language proficiency.