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MS in Computer Science

Malmo University

Overview

Our one-year master’s programme aims to deepen your knowledge and build skills in advanced topics of current interest within Computer Science, as well as to develop your scientific competencies. 

MSc graduates in Computer Science will find many exciting opportunities that await them, such as the development of complex distributed systems for e-business, e-government, e-health, e-learning, supply chain management, mobile computing, ubiquitous computing and modern software development methodologies. Moreover, the students will be qualified to work as a consultant and IT developer. The degree also prepares individuals for PhD studies, leading to careers in education or research. Student will learn about the technologies and concepts essential for the development of modern information systems, which are typically complex and include cooperative components. Such technologies and concepts include software agents, service-oriented computing, middleware and ontologies. You will also learn how these technologies can be applied to business systems and other support activities that are critical to society.

Details

SEK 1,10,000

Annual Tuition Fee*

12 Months

Course Duration

60

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

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Admissions

$900

Application Fee

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Application Deadline

Pre-Requisities

Academic Pre-Requisites

The following is a list of requirements applicants must fulfill in order to successfully apply for the MS Computer Science at Malmo University:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Engineering degree in Computer Science, or a degree in a related field. All degrees must be equivalent to at least 180 higher education credits. 
  • The equivalent of Swedish secondary school English B. 
  • At least 15 higher education credits in programming (or equivalent).

Core Requirements:

  • Advances in Software Development, 7.5 credits (DA616A)
  • Connected Systems and Devices, 15 credits (DA614A) 
  • Computer Science: Research Methodologies, 7.5 credits (DA618A) 
  • Advanced Study Project in Computer Science and Software Engineering, 7.5 credits (DA617A) 
  • Interaction Technology, 7.5 credits (DA619A)
  • Computer Science: Master Thesis, 15 credits (DA613A)

Opportunities

Computer Science graduates will find that many exciting opportunities await them, such as the development of complex distributed systems for e-business, e-government, e-health, e-learning, supply chain management, mobile computing and ubiquitous computing. Moreover, you will be qualified to work as a consultant and IT developer. The degree also prepares individuals for PhD studies, leading to careers in education or research.

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