The degree programmes in "Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities" are particularly suitable for all those who are interested in the effects of digitisation, especially in the field of modern media, language and humanities, and who want to combine the issues of language, media and text studies with those of information and communication technology.
- Are you interested in language, media and communication in times of digitalisation?
- Do you want to access, analyse, understand and make use of content?
- Do you want to use the latest digital methods from artificial intelligence, machine learning and computational linguistics?
- Do you want a degree programme that teaches practical skills and involves working with real data?
- Do you want to have the opportunity to gradually set your own focus during the course of your studies?
- Do you want to acquire expertise that will give you access to a broad spectrum of occupational fields that are in high demand?
The Bachelor's degree programme "Language, Technology, Media" (STeM) is specifically designed for students with an interest in language and media who want to acquire the competence to use the latest digital methods for computer-assisted processing, analysis and generation of language and media in times of digitalisation.
While the BA programme focuses on teaching practical skills and application-oriented competences, the aim of the MA programmes is to qualify students for work in research and development-oriented professional fields.
The new Master of Science degree programme " Natural Language Processing " (NLP) is offered from winter 2021 and integrates data science methods with language, media and communication sciences. With NLP, the CLDH department offers a modern Master's degree program that provides a specialization in Artificial Intelligence, specifically Machine Learning and Semantic Technologies, methods for the analysis, management and generation of text and media. It is interdisciplinary, by combining studies in linguistics with artificial intelligence and offers a wide range of elective modules like Digital Humanities and Digital Libraries.
The Master of Science programme in Digital Humanities is the right choice for graduates of a Bachelor's degree in the humanities or a Bachelor's degree in computer science (or comparable) if they wish to study current theories, concepts, methods and tools for dealing with research questions in the humanities in depth.