The master's programme lasts four semesters and contains the following subjects, amongst others:
Interdisciplinary practice / project work art & science, art & science: methods of transdisciplinary research and applied representation techniques (experimental cultures, visualisation cultures, artistic and art-technological principles, humanities and cultural studies, interdisciplinary theory seminar art & science). Compulsory elective subjects from the areas of electron microscopy, science visualisation, biology, technology, media art, photography, painting, graphic reproduction, etc., computer graphics or medical sciences are to be studied. Students have to write a master's thesis from an artistic or scientific field.
Students have to pass an entrance examination to prove their artistic suitablilty for the course.