Master's Programme Computational Social Systems
Computational social systems are created through the interaction of algorithms and user behaviour: The interactions of users with each other and with the system itself produce data from which algorithms determine results. In the Master’s programme, you study socio-technical systems in which people, society, the economy and our legal framework are analysed together with IT.
This study programme is interdisciplinary in a double sense. It enables studies at two universities and in two subject areas. Students may choose from the fields of Business Analytics (Business Administration/Computer Science), Societies, Technologies and Social Research (Sociology/Computer Science), Human Factors (Psychology/Computer Science) and Law and Computer Science (Law/Computer Science).