Programme structure

Experience-based Master in Information Security

Programme structure

The program is organised as a web-based, online programme

The experience-based master's programme in Information Security is a part-time master's programme spread over three years. Some modules are based on periodic gatherings, and for some, laboratory attendance is recommended.

The teaching focuses on individual learning but facilitates collaboration and active student participation, notably through a virtual data laboratory.

The programme utilises flexible distance learning methods. All course materials for each module are available on the learning portal.

The teaching consists of the following components:

  • Lectures  
  • Tasks
  • Seminars  
  • Assignments  
  • Project work  
  • Essays  
  • Self-study

Recommended elective modules offered in the course:  

  • Security Technology  
  • Investigation  

The study plan depends on the year you begin. Select the first academic year to view the relevant study plan for you. If you are uncertain about your initial academic year, you can find this labelled as "Class" on the Student web portal. The tables below display the compulsory and optional modules by year and semester. Some fields are marked with an (i) which can be clicked to view additional information. SP (Credits) corresponds to ECTS credits. Guidelines with detailed information about the programme can be found at the bottom of the page.

Study plan details

Check the current schedule for compulsory and elective courses by year and semester, as well as other details about the programme.

Study plan