The four-semester Medical Informatics Master is the consecutive post-graduate education for our Medical Informatics Bachelor. The Master’s program deepens the bachelors’ knowledge and skills. The Masters degree gives you the qualification for scientific research and managerial functions in the field of medical software and product development. The focus of the Master's program is on medical research and medical informatics with a main emphasis on 'software as medical device'. Studies are research orientated, so that students will be able to develop and apply scientific knowledge appropriately.
Students will be taught in communication skills and judgement as basis for a proper discussion with experts of the different disciplines. Data protection and data security in medicine is another focal point and students have the opportunity to intensify their knowledge by choosing the corresponding optional modules.
You will find further information in the section ‚research‘: data protection and data security
Additional focal points are risk management as well as design and architecture of complex network and server infrastructures. We introduce the students to these important contents using practical projects and modules.
Graduates will be enabled to take on a managerial function in any institution in the health care sector (e.g. hospitals, industries, medical care centers, government authorities, etc.).
Course beginning and duration of study
You can start in winter semester as well as in summer semester. The regular study period is four semesters. Application forms are available.
The selection procedure requires, applicants to have a full university education (bachelor degree, diploma) with a final grade of at least ‘good’ (2.5 or better) in one of the following disciplines: Medical Informatics, Informatics, Bio-Informatics, Biomedical Engineering or a related discipline with sufficient expertise.
For further questions about the application and enrolment process, please contact the secretary of your degree program
The program ends with acquiring the academic degree Master of Science (M. Sc.).