Rhineland-Palatinate police and state administration start a new bachelor's degree in "Applied Computer Science (public service)" with the Mainz University of Applied Sciences

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Büchenbeuren (ots) - With the development of the combined degree program “Applied Computer Science B.Sc. (public service) ”, the Rhineland-Palatinate police and the state administration have created an additional attractive and crisis-proof career path. The course combines a bachelor's degree with the varied career training of the technical service. The course is being carried out in cooperation between the Ministry of the Interior and for Sport, the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, the State Office for Data and Information, the University of Police Rhineland-Palatinate, the Police Headquarters Mainz, the Police Headquarters Operations, Logistics and Technology and the State Criminal Police Office Rhineland-Palatinate . The authorities are initially the recruiting authority and training center for the future IT specialists. They train the young people and take them on as civil servants. The police in Rhineland-Palatinate and the State Office for Data and Information (LDI) are the pillars of the security architecture, which stand up for the security of the citizens of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate every day with excellently trained and highly motivated employees. Especially in times of digitization, the state administration, especially the police and the LDI, must be able to use sophisticated technical means to be able to effectively deal with current and future tasks. While studying at the Mainz University of Applied Sciences, the practice takes place in the police authorities. As a state employer, the police not only offer the opportunity to actively participate in numerous and innovative IT challenges, but also a crisis-proof professional future. Through the combination of university and practical training, the students not only benefit from a "study with a salary". You also have the advantage that you get to know the future employer, your colleagues and essential work processes during your studies. Students complete their training as computer scientists in public administration / public informatics and receive the academic degree of "Bachelor of Science" (B.Sc.) if they successfully complete their studies 22.07.2020/XNUMX/XNUMX. Information on the job description of computer scientists * in public administration / Public Informatics can be found in the career portal of the state government at www.karriere.rlp.de. The combined course “Applied Computer Science B.Sc. (public service) can be found on the website of the Mainz University of Applied Sciences at www.hs-mainz.de. Information on the application and further information on training can be found on the website of the Hochschule der Polizei Rheinland-Pfalz at www.polizei.rlp.de/de/karriere/. There, as well as on the Instagram channel of the Rhineland-Palatinate Police (@ polizei.rheinlandpfalz), there is a link to the online application.

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