Courses

Post-Nominals:
MSE
Abbreviation:
MSc Eng. (ICT)
Degree:
Master of Science
Field:
Engineering
Specialisation:
Information and Communication Technologies
ISCED Level (2011)i:
7 (Master or equivalent)
CodeMSE CodeShort NameFull NameECTS CreditsiiECTS GradeiiiMarkivMark (rounded)
HS 16/17 ()
MTE1008CM_PrivLawPrivLawPrivacy and Law3B5.25
MTE1009CM_QRMQRMQuality and Risk Management3A5.35.5
MTE7118TIFPTurning Ideas into Funded Projects3B5.5
[CE] HS 16/17 ()
BICAS Business Intelligence9A
FS 17 ()
MTE1002CM_EntreprEntreprCorporate Management and Entrepreneurship3D3.84
MTE7101Proj1Specialization Project 19B5.5
MTE7117IoTInternet of Things3C5
[CE] FS 17 ()
BGDCAS Big Data6B
HS 17/18 ()
MTE5007FTP_OptimizOptimizOptimization3D4.5
MTE7102Proj2Specialization Project 215B5.5
FS 18 ()
MTE5016FTP_TheoCompTheoCompTheoretical Computer Science3C4.95
MTE5017FTP_PredModPredModPredictive Modelling3C4.85
HS 18/19 ()
MTE7103MaThMaster's Thesis27
FS 19 ()
MTE7103MaThMaster's Thesis (cont'd)27
Total:6377.14v
  1. More information about all ISCED Levels can be found on Wikipedia.
  2. 1 awarded ECTS Credit is equivalent to 30 hours of work spent. (More information on Wikipedia.)
  3. ECTS Grades range from A (highest) to F (lowest) where E and higher are passing grades. (More information on Wikipedia.)
  4. Swiss marks range from 6 (highest) to 1 (lowest) where 4 and higher are passing grades. (More information on Wikipedia.)
  5. Average with A = 100, B = 80, C = 60, D = 40, E = 20, FX = 0, F = 0 weighted by awarded ECTS Credits.
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