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This page covers the [http://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/studium/angebot/studienplaene/informatik-archiv/informatik-studienplan-2018/MasterMediaandHuman-CenteredComputing.pdf curriculum for Media and Human-Centered Computing] as of October 1st 2019. If you started studying this program before October 2019, some of the information below may not apply to you.  
 
This page covers the [http://www.informatik.tuwien.ac.at/studium/angebot/studienplaene/informatik-archiv/informatik-studienplan-2018/MasterMediaandHuman-CenteredComputing.pdf curriculum for Media and Human-Centered Computing] as of October 1st 2019. If you started studying this program before October 2019, some of the information below may not apply to you.  
 
Additional information on specific courses, substitutions and other rulings can be found on [https://peter-purgathofer.squarespace.com/mmh https://peter-purgathofer.squarespace.com/mmh], which is updated by the curriculum coordinator.
 
  
 
For information on how to start studying Media and Human-Centered Computing at TU Wien, refer to the [https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/admission/overview/ Admissions Office].  
 
For information on how to start studying Media and Human-Centered Computing at TU Wien, refer to the [https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/admission/overview/ Admissions Office].  
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* the diploma thesis, thesis defense and the diploma seminar (30 ECTS)
 
* the diploma thesis, thesis defense and the diploma seminar (30 ECTS)
  
Courses (Lehrveranstaltungen) are grouped into modules covering specific areas. In general, courses only contribute to the completion of the study program if the corresponding module has been completed. Some modules may contain only a single course to be completed, while others require the completion of some or all courses within the module.  
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Courses (Lehrveranstaltungen) are grouped into modules covering specific areas. In general, courses only contribute to the completion of the study program if the corresponding module has been completed. Some modules may contain only a single course to be completed, while others require the completion of some or all courses within the module.
  
 
Each module is assigned to one or several tracks (Prüfungsfächer) that focus on different areas of Human-Centered Computing. Most tracks have one mandatory module that needs to be completed in order to be able to use other modules from that track for study progress.  
 
Each module is assigned to one or several tracks (Prüfungsfächer) that focus on different areas of Human-Centered Computing. Most tracks have one mandatory module that needs to be completed in order to be able to use other modules from that track for study progress.  

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