Digital Healthcare

Master programme

  • Graduation:
    Master of Science in Engineering (MSc)
  • Length of course:
    4 semesters
  • Organisational form:
    part-time programme
  • Language of instruction:
    English and German
  • Study places/year:
  • Tuition fees/sem.:
    EUR 363.36 + ÖH contribution
  • Closing date for applications:
  • Dates for the admission procedure:
    by arrangement
  • Start of course:
    annually in September

Linking digital technologies and healthcare

The aim of the course of studies is the interdisciplinary design of technically-informed innovations in the healthcare sector. Health and technology experts together learn methods and technical tools to conceive and develop concrete solutions for prevention, diagnostics, therapy and care. The focus is on practical benefits for patients, their relatives and above all health professionals.

Career prospects

The graduates become experts in the interdisciplinary design, implementation, evaluation and development of healthcare scenarios with the aid of digital technologies. Their expertise is needed in the entire healthcare sector, e. g. by social security, hospitals as well as industrial and research institutions and in IT-driven healthcare companies. Read more about occupational fields

Advantage: individual curriculum

The Master programme is highly customizeable. Technicians learn the processes in the field of healthcare, while health professionals study the requirements of information and communication technologies. The courses are held in German and English.

A particular focus lies on the acquisition of activity competencies in the collection and processing of health data, the design and prototyping of healthcare interfaces and the evidence-based evaluation of patient engagements. Over the course of four semesters students work on a Digital Healthcare project. Exemplary solutions include mixed-reality visualizations in radiology or sensor-supported systems for gait rehabilitation.


Go to course contents
Healthcare Technology Development
Teaching of technical skills for the design and specification of technical solutions for healthcare.
Healthcare Technology Assessment
Teaching of technical skills for the targeted evaluation of digital technologies and media in prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and care.

CARMA - Centre for Applied Research in Media Assisted Healthcare for Motion and Activity

Under the name of CARMA (Centre for Applied Research in Media Assisted Health Care for Motion and Activity) the UAS St.Pölten has established a centre for applied research in media assisted healthcare.