A Master of Advanced Studies in Computer Sciences has obtained a Master diploma in a major discipline (e.g. Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Engineering) and this Master training will teach him/her how to apply computer sciences techniques to problems within that major discipline.
- Advice: He/she is able to give scientifically well-founded advice on the possibilities of computer sciences in his/her major discipline.
- Interpretation: He/she is able to translate scientific techniques from computer sciences and to use them in his/her major discipline and vice versa.
- Reporting: He/she is able to make a scientific oral and written report on the progress and status of computer sciences projects to clients in his/her major discipline.
- Instruction: He/she is able to give computer scientists precise instructions on computer sciences solutions in his/her major discipline. He/he is able to give scientific motivations for the decisions that have been made.
- Analysis and design of software in his/her major discipline: He/she understands an identified problem in his/her major discipline and models a potential solution.
- Implementation of software to be used in his/her major discipline: He/she is able to turn a given basic design, which is related to a problem in his/her major discipline, into an operative program.
- The ability to design and implement a database: He/she is able to design and implement a data model for a database.
- Management of a local network: He/she selects a suitable network infrastructure and suitable protocols; carries out the required improvements to tackle scale and performance problems.