Computer Science

Kiron’s Computer Science study track offers an in-depth introduction to the mathematical and engineering basics of the discipline.

By successfully completing the Computer Science track, you will:

  • Be able to analyze a complex problem and develop and implement an efficient solution
  • Gain a profound understanding of both hardware and software
  • Be capable of developing comprehensive computer programs as part of a team
  • Gain knowledge of contemporary issues related to computer science & engineering
  • Be able to work independently and in a structured manner
Topics & contents

The modules offered in the Kiron Computer Science study track cover the basics of the discipline:

  • Mathematics & Algorithms
  • Programming
  • Modern Hardware and Software Systems

You will also have the opportunity to improve your transferable skills in:

  • Business Administration
  • Law

Module catalogue
Course material & assignments

The Kiron Computer Science study track includes online courses (live and self-paced). Most of the courses feature video lectures accompanied by:

  • Additional reading materials
  • Demonstrations
  • Interactive applications

All courses have weekly:

  • Non-graded exercises (e.g. practice quizzes, practice problem sets)
  • Graded assignments (e.g. quizzes, homework sets, problem sets)

Some courses have midterm and final exams in form of:

  • Multiple choice tests
  • Completing questions (filling gaps with some numeric value, formula or text)
  • Peer-reviewed assignments for experiment results or text composition
Basic requirements
  • High School Mathematics: basic Calculus and Algebra
  • English language proficiency (level B2 minimum)

Not sure if you have the skills to take courses in Computer Science right away? Kiron offers a range of preparatory courses and language courses to help you get you started.

Is this the right study track for me?

Do you like:

  •       Analytical thinking
  •       Logical reasoning
  •       Systematic planning
  •       Structured creativity?

Do you want to learn how computers and robots work?

Would you like to create computer programs to help people automate repetitive tasks? 

Are you fascinated by

  •       Self-driving cars
  •       Genetic algorithms
  •       Machine learning
  •       Virtual reality
  •       Cloud computing
  •       Artificial intelligence?

And are you willing to dive into the details and commit to learning what is needed to understand those things? 

If your answer is “yes” to all, Computer Science is a good fit for you!