TU Wien Informatics

MSc Medical Informatics

  • Master Program
  • UE 066 936

The combination of basic medical knowledge paired with scientific working methods and practice-oriented technical skills enables graduates to achieve innovative solutions in the area of ​​computer science combined with a broad range of interdisciplinary professional training.



  • Duration: 4 Semesters
  • ECTS Worth: 120
  • Degree: Dipl.-Ing. (i.e., MSc)
  • Language: German
  • Curriculum: PDF / Courses

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What are the contents of the program?

In addition to the basics and methods of relevant computer science, you will study topics such as biosignal and image processing, bioinformatics, clinical medicine and aspects of organization and management in the clinical and health sector.

Which qualifications do I acquire?

You will receive well-founded, comprehensive capabilities in the areas of algorithms for data modeling, extraction, processing and analysis, biometrics and statistics as well as data protection and security. They master the basics and methods of computer simulation, biosignal and image processing, can visualize information and have an excellent understanding of medical and clinical processes.

Through hands-on experience with current technologies, methods, and tools (such as programming languages, development environments), you will be taught a range of cognitive skills, including analysis, design, and design, as well as the use of IT in the structuring and organization of medical processes. You can optimize work processes in diagnostics, therapy, medical documentation and have expertise in project and quality management. Knowledge in requirements engineering and specification / modeling complete your profile.

In addition, your analytical and solution-oriented thinking will be sharpened, your own initiative promoted and your social skills in the medical-scientific and industrial environment expanded.

What can I do with my degree?

As a graduate, you will be internationally competitive for a scientific career as well as for the following areas of application: business analysis and consulting in the health sector, information management/system integration, IT architecture, project and program management and software engineering.