Master in Internet Computing (MIC)
The Master Programme in Intelligent Systems is designed primarily for Computer Science and other science-related graduates who seek to deepen their knowledge on subjects like Computer Networks, Distributed Systems and the Internet to develop research skills in these subjects and, potentially, pursue a doctoral degree after their graduation.
The completion of the programme requires 90 ECTS and study duration of at least three semesters. These 90 credits correspond to eight courses and a Master thesis. More specifically:
(a) Seven postgraduate courses of 8 ECTS, out of which 4 should be related to the area of Internet Computing (shown in the corresponding column in the curriculum and identified as such in the course descriptions),
(b) EPL 671 Research Methodologies in Computer Science of 4 ECTS, and
(c) Master Thesis worth of 30 ECTS (the topic of the thesis must be related to the scope of the programme: Internet, Computer Networks, Distributed Computing, etc.)