A bachelor's degree (in this case, "Bachelor of Arts", BA) is a primary professional qualification, while a master's degree (in this case, "Master of Arts", MA) is intended to establish to a deeper scientific understanding of the subject field. This (politically determined) separation can, however, only be implemented in very few subjects.
We try to implement this distinction in such a way that the established knowledge and skills in the field of computational linguistics are a major focus and can be used directly (e.g. in the languages being studied) in the BA. In the MA, the major focus is on the more theoretical processes and research questions to open problems.
Regulations, Conditions of Study and Guidelines
The following legally binding documents regulate the bachelor's and master's studies in general and, in particular, studies in "Computational Linguistics and Language Technology":
General Information for Bachelor and Master Degrees
- General information about bachelor studies and master's studies in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
- Description of degree programmes at the University of Zurich.
Overview over old & new modules
From 2019, a few modules will be deprecated, others replaced and new ones offered. The following charts provide an overview over the changes for Bachelor and Master modules.