Brief presentation bachelor study course Informational Technology/Computer Engineering

The study course is structured into modules, most of them lasting for one term, and different teaching and learning forms on a subject (e.g. lectures, tutorials and project events). An exemplary bachelor study course procedure lasts 7 terms. Individual deviations are possible and common.

Study course contents and process

Term 1-4
Teaching of knowledge and skills in the basic subjects of computer science and electrical engineering. This module must be attended by all students (compulsory module). A module from another faculty must be chosen.

Term 5-6
Choices from the mandatory field computer science and electrical engineering (12 credit points per subject area minimum). Three compulsory modules must be attended.

Term 7

  • Choice between a practical training (15 credit points) or one more mandatory field module, one more module from another faculty and the seminar B.Sc. ITTI.
  • Completion with the bachelor thesis (compulsory module) on a topic freely chosen by the student and to be agreed upon with the supervisor and reviewers.

Students tell about their practical training experiences

Students tell about their bachelor thesis

Students tell about their study course process without practical training

Examination performance and graduation

  • Most of the modules are completed with an examination. Different examination forms exist here (e.g. oral and written examination).
  • The modules are usually marked.
  • After successfully completing a module, the student gets credit points (ECTS). These shall display the workload related to the module.
  • For completing the bachelor studies successfully, students have to achieve 210 credit points minimum.

Career prospects

  • The B.Sc. Informational Technology/Computer Engineering allows starting continuative master studies at the University of Rostock or other universities.
  • The B.Sc. Informational Technology/Computer Engineering is a first job-qualifying degree that offers excellent professional perspectives in many fields.

We recommend to continue with studying the Master of Science.

A detailed description of the bachelor study course Informational Technology/Computer Engineering (examination and study regulations included) are provided here.

Term start:
Every winter term
Duration of studies:
7 terms
Form of studies:
Full-time studies with optional practical training;
part-time studies possible
Credit points:
210 ECTS
Bachelor of Science
Teaching language:


Departmental student advisor,
Examination board
Prof. Tobias Weber
Richard-Wagner-Str. 31, Building 8
18119 Rostock (Warnemünde)
Rom W: 8.228
Phone: +49(0)381 - 498 7310
eMail: tobias.weberuni-rostockde

Study Office & Examination Office
Mrs Björk-Pagel
A.-Einstein-Str. 26
Room 006
Phone: +49(0)381 - 498 7004
eMail: itti.iefuni-rostockde