The course TKOPS146 Open Source and Software Quality 5 ECTS will be taught during Spring term 2012. [Oct 2011]
Study Guide 2010-2012 (pdf) updated 8.8.2011 [Aug 2011]
Curricula Guides with teaching schedule [Aug 2011]
Orientation course for new students is arranged on August. New students will visit the School of Information Sciences and Computer Sciences and plan their studies with their study advisor. [Aug 2011]
The goal of M.Sc. Degree Programme in Software Development is to deepen students’ knowledge of software development. In the selection of the programme’s advanced studies in software development special emphasis is given to distributed and Internet programming, as well as to construction of intelligence into hardware.
Students who graduate from the M.Sc. Programme in Software Development have the abilities to participate in demanding and comprehensive software projects at different stages of the project and in various tasks. The programme also provides the foundation for the implementation of different kinds of solutions in other study areas of the department. Software development is examined in all stages of its life cycle. Teaching will deal with different programming approaches, requirements development and management, software design, groupware in practise, software architectures, distributed systems and adding intelligence in software.
It is recommended that students in this Masters degree programme take minor subject studies in mathematics and information sciences.
1. Advanced courses in M.Sc. programme in Software Development 80 ECTS
2. Other studies in M.Sc. programme 40 ECTS
Please check the Curricula Guides for updated information.
Compulsory advanced courses in software development are
The rest of the compulsory courses can be selected from the courses mentioned on the curricula guide
Program Director: Nummenmaa, Jyrki Professor
Student Advisor: Zhang, Zheying , Assistant professor
Poranen, Timo Lecturer
Berki, Eleni Assistant professor