Study programmes

Study programmes

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Colourlab staff members are teaching in several study programmes at Bachelor, master and PhD level. Below you can read more about the study programmes.


Master in Applied Computer Science (MACS)

In the master's programme applied computer science, the students learn how to develop applications, tools, and systems for use in today’s digital world. The programme provides training of scientific and analytical skills that will enable the students to see the potential of the technology, covering topics as:

  • Web and mobile technology
  • Advanced software development
  • Decentralized technologies
  • Computer vision and computer graphics  
  • Colour and image processing
  • Visual computing
  • Medical image computing

Several Colourlab staff members are teaching courses covering colour and visual computing, colour reproduction, image processing and machine learning in MACS.

You can read more about the study programme MACS and how to apply here.


Computational Colour and Spectral Imaging (COSI)

COSI is a Erasmus Mundus+ Joint Master Degree, where four European Universities together are offering a two years master's programme. The programme is coordinated by the Colourlab the other univresities are the University of Eastern Finland, University of Granda, Spain, and the University of Jean Monnet, France. The study programme offers teaching within computational colour science and data science, optics and photonics, measurement systems and spectral technologies, digital imaging and computer vision, mathematics and computation.

Coulorlab staff members are teaching courses related to Colour and Visual Computing in COSI.

You can read more about the study programme COSI and how to apply here.


Bachelor in Computer Science (BIDATA)

Through the bachelor ofcomputer science, the students will get a solid foundation in practical programming. They will learn how to construct functional, secure, software, tailored to the user’s needs, employing contemporary methods and technologies.

Computer engineers possess a desirable skill set for the development of future IT solutions. In the era of digital transformation, informatics becomes a vital component across all industries, creating a widespread demand for IT expertise. This journey involves engaging in creative and innovative processes, contributing to the evolution of the digital landscape.

Colourlab staff members are teaching corses related to programming, team based collaboration and computer vision.

You can read more about the study programme BIDATA here.