Last edit: 21/08/2020
Approved: 04/09/2020

The Engineering programme in Computer Science at KTH aims to give students opportunities and ability to participate in and lead the work on valuation, development and introduction of new computer technology.

Knowledge and understanding

For the degree of Master of Science (in Engineering) from the programme Computer Science the student shall

  • have fundamental knowledge within Computer Science and Engineering
  • have profound knowledge in mathematics, i.e. have the ability to explain and carry out mathematical reasoning and define and analyse mathematical models
  • have knowledge in human- and natural sciences, especially such knowledge which has consequences for design of computerized systems.

Skills and abilities

For the degree of Master of Science (in Engineering) from the programme Computer Science the student shall

  • have prerequisites and abilities to participate in and develop the practices which are applied in industry, administration, and academic research
  • have the ability to independently define and solve computer-related construction problems
  • have the prerequisites for successful work in international and multidisciplinary project groups which consist engineers and non-engineers. This includes the ability to orally, and in writing, present as well as argue in Swedish and English.

Ability to make judgments and adopt a standpoint

For the degree of Master of Science (in Engineering) from the programme Computer Science the student shall

  • independently analyse and adopt a standpoint on economical, societal, environment-related and ethical consequences of computer science applications, and to design systems concerning this
  • through self-development, retain one’s professional abilities during a professional career
  • follow and promote the discussion concerning technology in society.