Degree structure

Directors of degree programme: Professor Petri Vuorimaa (SCI), Professor Riku Jäntti (ELEC)
Degree: Master of Science (Technology), 120 ECTS
Abbreviation: CCIS

Master of Science (Technology) degree is 120 ECTS credits. The degree consists of major studies, master´s thesis and elective studies. Some majors offer both long and compact options. Students taking a compact major take also a minor (20-25 credits). Students taking a long major may include an optional minor in their elective studies.

CCIS programme offers eight majors. Some majors have also several tracks.

The majors and tracks are the following:

  • Acoustics and Audio Technology (ELEC)
  • Communications Engineering (ELEC)
    • Internet Technologies
    • Wireless Communications
    • Communication Ecosystem
  • Computer Science (SCI)
    • Software Systems and Technologies
    • Web Technologies, Applications, and Science
    • Interactive Technologies
    • Algorithms, Logic and Computation
    • Big Data and Large-Scale Computing
  • Game Design and Production (SCI)
  • Machine Learning and Data Mining (SCI)
  • Security and Could Computing (SCI)
  • Signal, Speech and Language Processing (ELEC)
    • Signal Processing
    • Speech and Language Processing
  • Software and Service Engineering (SCI)
    • Software Engineering
    • Service Design and Engineering
    • Enterprise Systems

Objectives

Master's Programme in Computer, Communication and Information Sciences (CCIS) is jointly organized by the School of Electrical Engineering and the School of Science.  The CCIS programme’s core courses provide strong foundation in computer science, communication engineering, and information science. In addition, students can immerse themselves deep into one of the specialization tracks or focused majors.

In CCIS, education is based both on scientific research and industrial state-of-the-art. Students gain in-depth knowledge in one major. They learn how to apply scientific knowledge and scientific methods independently. Students interested in pursuing doctoral studies after their M.Sc. degree can easily transfer to the Helsinki Doctoral Education Network in Information and Communications Technology (HICT). Students acquire professional language and communication skills. All students are encouraged to include international, multidisciplinary, and entrepreneurial components as part of their studies.

Long major:

CCIS Long Major

Compact major:

CCIS Compact Major

 

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