The transition rules that apply to the master Computing Science can be found in the Education and Exam Regulations. Below, we describe the most relevant points that apply this year.
General transition rules
Some courses in the master Computing Science are offered once every two years, alternating with other courses. In general, at the request of students who did not pass the exam last year and who need to complete the course to obtain their degree this year, one exam opportunity can be scheduled in the year in which they are not offered. If this applies to you, please contact the study advisor before November 1st.
As of 2021-2022, the specialisation Cyber Security at Radboud University is fully taught by the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences (and no longer jointly with TU/e). In this context, several new courses are offered. Some courses that were previously offered as 5 EC courses have now been extended to 6 EC. Students who are still studying in the joint TRU/e-Security curriculum should contact the lecturer to determine whether and how they can complete the course for 5 ec only.
- NWI-IMC062 Advanced Network Security (now 6 EC)
- NWI-IMC063 Cryptology (6 EC) -> taught for the first time in 2022-2023
- NWI-IMC064 Engineering Cryptographic Software (3 EC, Q2)
- NWI-IMC065 Selected topics on hardware for security (3 EC, Q2)
- NWI-IMC060 Program verification with types and logic (6 EC)
- NWI-IMC061 Applied Cryptography (6 EC)
- NWI-IMC066 Security Protocol Project (3 EC, Q3)
- NWI-IMC067 Capita Selecta in Cyber Security (6 EC)
- NWI-IMC068 Physical Attacks on Secure Systems (6 EC)
In addition, for specific courses in 2021-2022, the following changes and transition rules apply (courses are listed in order of course code). For transition rules of older curricula: please check the Education and Examination regulations or contact the study-advisor Perry Groot to discuss options.
|Old course (and, if applicable, Specialisation)||Change||Replacement course or transition rule|
NWI-I00139 Proof Assistants
|This course is not offered in 2021-2022 but will be offered again in 2022-2023.||For students who took this course last year but did not pass the exam, a final exam opportunity can be scheduled if this is needed to complete the master degree. Please contact study advisor Perry Groot before November 1st if this applies to you.|
|NWI-IMC001 Hardware Security||This course is no longer offered in 2021-2022.||To be announced.|
|NWI-IMC039 Cryptographic Engineering||This course is no longer offered in 2021-2022.||To be announced.|
|NWI-IMC011 Semantics and Domain Theory||This course was not offered in 2020-2021, but is offered again in 2021-2022.||None.|
|NWI-IMC012 Bayesian Networks and Causal
|The course name has been changed from "Bayesian Networks" to "Bayesian Networks and Causal Inference".||None.|
|NWI-IMC050 Advanced Network Security||The 5 EC course is no longer offered in 2021-2022.||Students should take the 6 ECcourse NWI-IMC062 Advanced Network Security, and contact the lecturer to see whether and how they can complete it for 5 EC.|
|NWI-IMC051 Software Security||The 5 EC course is no longer offered in 2021-2022.||Students should take the 6 ECcourse NWI-ISOFSE Software Security, and contact the lecturer to see whether and how they can complete it for 5 EC.|
|NWI-IMC053 Security in Organisations (5 EC)||The 5 EC course is no longer offered in 2021-2022.||Students should take the 6 ECcourse NWI-I00153 Security in Organisations, and contact the lecturer to see whether and how they can complete it for 5 EC.|
|NWI-WM072B Complexity Theory||This course is offered again in 2021-2022.||None.|
|NWI-WM0120C Computability Theory
||This course is not offered in 2021-2022.||Students can take the Mastermath course NWI-WM223 Computability Theory (8 ec).|