Technology and smart technologies are a part of our everyday lives and companies today are developing the digital business models and computer scientists needed to adapt to the new challenges a digital society brings about. When it comes to digital technologies and the wide range of potential and new possibilities, legal aspects and practices also need to be taken into account.
The Master's degree program in Digital Society focuses on the interaction between technology and our social world. The degree program provides an academic understanding of methods in social sciences and theories that will help you analyze, interpret, define, and shape a digital society. As the majority of the classes feature an interdisciplinary nature, they cover subject areas in sociology, business, computer sciences, and law. Faculty members from various fields co-teach the courses.
The program also gives you an opportunity to engage in interdisciplinary hands-on, real-world projects in a collaborative way as part of an interdisciplinary team. In general, the program is taught in German, however some courses will be taught in English.