Computervisualistik (Bachelor of Science)

The focus here is on visualization: Computervisualistik is a modern and innovative computer science degree program with an emphasis on computer graphics and image processing. With the exception of Magdeburg University, Koblenz-Landau is the only university to offer this consecutive degree program.

The degree program conveys basic knowledge in all areas of computer science and mathematics. The fact that 25% of students studying this subject are female shows that the degree program is popular among women. The versatility of the degree program is especially apparent in the interdisciplinary field: the program content includes Practical Drawing and Art History, Visual Psychology, Philosophy and the Didactics of Images.

Thanks to their wide-ranging training, graduates of the Computervisualistik program are well-equipped for positions in particular in modern, multi-media environments. They can find employment in large corporations where processes are increasingly being converted to image processing and visualization systems as well as in young and innovative enterprises in the creative, multi-media world. The Bachelor’s degree is also a prerequisite for admission to a Master’s degree program in Computervisualistik or Informatik.

For the most part, the main medium of instruction is German. International students are required to submit proof of German language proficiency.


Degree program content
  • Practical and theoretical computer science
  • Computer science of systems
  • Computer graphics
  • Image processing
  • Mathematics
  • Software ergonomics
  • Media technology
  • Art
  • Visual psychology
Study location
  • Koblenz campus
Admission requirements
  • General university entrance qualification (German Abitur) or an equivalent recognized qualification
  • English language skills
  • International students: DSH (level 2) or TestDAF (level 4) certificate
Admission restrictions
  • None
Start of degree program
  • Winter semester and summer semester
Application deadline
  • By the start of lectures (mid-October/mid-April)
Degree program duration
  • The standard period of study is 6 semesters
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
  • Accredited by internal accreditation commission to Sept. 30, 2027
Master’s degree programs
Academic advisor
  • Bastian Krayer


Further information