A bachelor's degree is the university-level introduction to a subject. The degree
Bachelor of Science (BSc) qualifies you for entry to a master's degree programme.
Bachelor's degree programmes
In a master's degree programme you study a selected subject in depth and acquire practical experience. The degrees
Diplomingenieur (DI or Dipl.-Ing.) or
Master of Science (MSc) open a wide spectrum of professional opportunities and qualify you to begin doctoral studies.
Master's Degree Programmes
The Teacher Education for Secondary Schools (General Education) is subdivided into a bachelor’s and master’s programme. Graduates are qualified to teach their chosen subjects at Secondary Schools. The TU Graz offers the subjects Descriptive Geometry and Computer Science.
Teacher Education Programme
When you work for a doctoral degree, you will build on the knowledge acquired in your master's degree programme and will do research in a specialised subject area culminating in your thesis. With a doctoral degree –
Doktor der technischen Wissenschaften (Dr. techn.) or
Doktor der Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) you are qualified to carry out research autonomously at universities and in companies.
TU Graz offers a range of continuing education from short courses leading to a certificate of participation to courses of 1 or 2 years leading to professional qualifications (state recognised, university-level certificates).
Massive Open Online Courses (moocs) cover a wider range of subjects and are open to everyone, any time, for free.
Massive Open Online Courses
Statistics can use data to identify patterns and derive concrete recommendations for action. How important this is, is shown by the analyses of the Institute of Statistics at TU Graz on the developments surrounding the corona virus. A conversation with professors Ernst Stadlober and Wolfgang Müller.
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