The program has three tracks (paths of study):
- Cyber and Information Security Technology
- Information Security Management
- Digital forensics
The first of these three tracks focuses on the technological aspects in general within Information Security, while the second focuses on the management aspects. The third track is a more specialized track to educate future digital forensic experts.
The common courses in the first semester cover the core topics in both information security technology, forensics and management. In the rest of the study program, each track has a set of specific courses. Elective courses, taken in the 3rd semester, are freely chosen from a common pool of electives. The students have to choose their master thesis topics within their chosen tracks.
The tables below are valid for the 2017/2018 academic year. There may be changes to the curricula in subsequent years.
For more details, please see the Study plan:
For part-time students the subjects will normally be distributed over 4 years. Please see the Study plan for details:
Table of subjects - Full-time track
|Course code||Course name||ECTS|
|IMT4113||Introduction to Cyber and Information Security Technology||7,5|
|IMT4114||Introduction Digital Forensics||7,5|
|IMT4115||Introduction to Information Security Management||7,5|
|IMT4110||Scientific Methodology and Communication||7,5|
From the second semester, you will choose one of these paths: