European Master on Software Engineering

120 ECTS (2 years)
Degree of Master of Science in Software Engineering

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Programme structure

Cooperation between Sweden, Spain, Germany and Italy

EMSE is given by a network composed of Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Italy) as coordinator, Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden), and University of Kaiserslautern (Germany). The partner institutions have strong relationships with European software companies, which guarantee that students of this program will be able to deal with industry's real problems.

Programme structure and erasmus mundus 

The program consists of the following courses. Students starting their EMSE programme in BTH are offered the 1st year courses:

Course name

Code

ECTS

Learning period 1

Learning period 2

Learning period 3

Learning period 4

1st Year

Advanced Software Project Management

PA2414

7,5

7,5

 

 

 

Software Architectures and Quality

PA1308

7,5

7,5

 

 

 

Practical Requirements Engineering

PA1310

7,5

 

7,5

 

 

Applied Software Project Management

PA2406

7,5

 

7,5

 

 

Software Verification and Validation

PA2405

7,5

 

 

7,5

 

Research Methodologies in Software Engineering and Computer Science

PA2404

7,5

 

 

7,5

 

Software Product Management Course 

PA2509

7,5

 

 

 

7,5

Software Metrics

PA1303

7,5

 

 

 

7,5

 

Students coming to BTH in their 2nd year are offered the following courses:

Course name

Code

ECTS

Learning period 1

Learning period 2

Learning period 3

Learning period 4

2nd Year

Software Architectures and Quality

PA1308

7,5

7,5

 

 

 

Global Software Engineering

PA2411

7,5

7,5

 

 

 

Product-line Architecture

PA2410

7,5

 

7,5

 

 

Advanced Topic in Computing

DV2508

7,5

 

7,5

 

 

Master Thesis

PA2503

30

 

 

15

15

 

Link to the main website for EMSE: http://emse.inf.unibz.it

Study in two countries

The language of instruction is English. Students can follow the EMSE program at any two institutions of the consortium (with half of the total academic load ECTS at each of the two institutions), and receive the corresponding double degree provided by those two institutions.

The student studies in two different countries during the program. The program is divided into two parts, where you study the first year at one university and the second year at another university (modules and project are entities that must be done completely at a single partner institution). Student mobility is based on the fact that all master students, at whatever partner institution you study, will be brought to a comparable level of knowledge and skills (through the compulsory subjects) during the first year.


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