To acquire this specialist knowledge, you can complete the major in Information Security as part of the following master’s degree programmes:
Depending on the degree programme, selecting a Major in Information Security means taking courses to the extent of at least 40 to 60 ECTS credit points in this field. Each study year more than 120 ECTS are offered in Information Security at TU Graz.
The training takes place in the four core research areas of TU Graz in the field of Information Security. The courses will lead you from the foundations to cutting-edge research and impactful applications:
In addition to these four core areas, you can choose from a list of courses on selected topics relevant for a broader information security perspective, such as legal aspects, information theory and coding, compilers, or embedded applications.
For questions on the content of the Major:
Faculty of Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering
For questions about admission:
Research on all aspects of information security is conducted at the Institute of Applied Information Processing and Communications (IAIK). This research is carried out to find answers to the most pressing IT security challenges. This takes place in 4 research areas:
TU Graz performs world-leading research in information security. TU Graz faculty members bring their research into courses at master's level and offer to do master's theses and seminars based on the latest research results. Example highlights of the research include: