Master’s Degree in Software Engineering
Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Professional Qualification: Master of Informatics
Mode of Study: part-time
The Master Programme of Software Engineering provides fundamental knowledge and skills in terms of the topicality of software technologies. At the same time it is always in line with the changes in technologies and practice in that field. Software engineering deals with the development of complex software using systematic engineering approach, which provides theories, methodologies and means of solving difficult, and quite often interdisciplinary, problems. The Masters of Software Engineering have the necessary amount of knowledge, practical skills and abilities for analysis, design, introduction and support of software systems; they have the practical skills in developing and use of information and communication technologies and systems for making complex software solutions. They can define problems, analyse the alternatives and offer approaches, methods, techniques and software tools for constructing, introducing and support of business systems.
Requirements and Length of Study:
Graduates in professional fields 4.6. Informatics and Computer Science, 5.1. Mechanical Engineering, 5.3. Communication and Computer Technology, 5.2. Electrotechnics, Electronics and Automation and 5.13.General Engineering study for two semesters (one academic year) and write a Master’s thesis. Graduates in other professional fields can enroll in the Programme after passing a foundation (preparatory) module of subjects.
Admission is based on a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Diploma.