Computer Linguistics (B.Sc.)

Programme schedule

Students on the B.Sc. programme in computer linguistics will be taught the necessary fundamentals in linguistics, computer science and mathematics and will become acquainted with the methods and techniques of computer linguistics.

As the Bachelor’s degree programme is vocational (in the sense of enabling graduates to be gainfully employed in the field of computer linguistics), practical and applied elements are also covered, such as programming courses, software project and a six-week practical training in an industrial or commercial setting.

The structure of the B.Sc. programme is fairly rigid. Most courses are taught in German. An example study schedule can be found here.

Further information (e.g. module descriptions) can be found on the  departmental website.