Master degree programs in

"Software engineering" & "Software engineering and management"

• Master degree program is designed for graduates bachelor to master degree program, candidates interested in a career in software development and management of software teams and projects.

•Master degree program Software Engineering; is suitable for candidates with interests and acquired skills in programming and information technologies, seeking opportunities for career development and specialization.

•Master degree program Software Engineering and Management; is designed for candidates working in the software business, which have expressed interest and have already acquired skills in programming and software development.

•The offered courses in both master degree programs are in line with the targeted focus of the software industry in the coming years on cloud computing, mobile applications, working with large datasets and social capital, and also with personnel training for current jobs. Students are given the opportunity to complement their professional profile through participation in workshops and master classes for new technologies with experts from practice and development of leadership skills including virtual environments.

M. Sc. Software engineering M. Sc. Software engineering and management
Object Oriented Programming (Java)
Virtualizations and Cloud Technologies
Business Models
Mobile Architectures and Applications
Business Process Analysis
Design of Software Systems
Software Projects Management
Quality Management
Software Teams Management
User Experience
Programming of Web Components
Software Measurements and Analysis
Cloud Computations Lab
Cloud Computations
E-Business Technologies
Data Integration
Design and Development of Information Systems
Programming Techniques
Software Architectures
Semantic Technologies
Software Project Lab
Technological Entrepreneurship
Change Management
Social Communications
Communication Skills - Training
EU Project Funding
Services Management
Risk Management
Equivalency courses:
Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
Programming (C/C++)
Computer Architectures and Operating Systems
Data Structures and Algorithms
Computer Networks and Communications