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Study programme pre-Master's Computing Science
The bridging programme aims to bridge the gap between your prior education and our Master's in Computing Science or Information Sciences. It starts in September and generally consists of 30 EC (one semester). The content of the programme consists of specific courses from our Bachelor's programme in Computing Science and depends on the specialisation that you choose.
More information about the standardised pre-Master's programmes can be found below.
Pre-Master's Cyber Security
The pre-Master's programme Cyber Security prepares you for the Master's specialisation Cyber Security. Courses include: Calculus, Data Analysis, Academic Writing and Research Methods, Cryptography, Security, Formal Reasoning and Matrix Calculation.
The pre-Master's programme Data Science prepares students for enrolment in the Master's Computing Science, with a specialisation in Data Science. The programme is compiled of courses in the field of mathematics, data mining, and general computing or academic background.
The pre-Master's Software Science prepares students for enrolment in the Master's Computing Science, with a specialisation in Software Science. The programme is compiled of courses in the field of mathematics, programming, and general computing or academic background.
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There are several transition programmes for students who have completed a RU-bachelor and who want enroll in the Master's programme of Computing Science. View all programmes in the online course guide:
We offer a minor programme of 30 EC to third or fourth year students of a comparable study programme at a Dutch University of Applied Sciences. The programme consists of Computing Science Bachelor’s courses at Radboud University. It can be followed in the Autumn semester from September to January. At the end of the programme, you’ll receive a formal grade list or ‘Transcript of Records’. The minor programme will be composed via the Kies op Maat platform. Please contact our student advisor Perry Groot for more information.
If you would like more information or if you would like to inquire about the possibilities of a personalised pre-Master's programme, please contact our student advisor Perry Groot to discuss your options.