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Göteborgs universitet, Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

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  • Ort

    Göteborg

  • Längd

    120 hp, 2 år

  • Lärosäte

    Göteborgs universitet, Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

  • Sista ansökningsdatum

    15 april

  • Startdatum

    HT20

  • Utbildningstyp

    Universitet & Högskola

  • Områdesbehörighet/behörighet

    Se utbildarens hemsida

  • Examen

    Masterexamen

  • Kategorier:

    Data, IT & grafik

  • Kontakt

    Phone +46 (0)31-772 10 00
    E-mail: chalmers@chalmers.se  



Göteborgs universitet, Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

Göteborgs universitet, Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

Institutionen är delad mellan Göteborgs universitet och Chalmers tekniska högskola, och sammanlagt med undervisningen vid Chalmers erbjuder vi runt 150 kurser på 25 olika program från grund- till fors... Läs mer

Software Engineering and Management, Master's Programme 

Software is a driving force for innovation and development, and its importance in society as a whole is rapidly increasing. As a student of the master’s programme in Software Engineering and Management, you will develop a combination of advanced technical knowledge and management skills within software development—competence highly sought after in the job market. After successfully completing the programme, you will be able to apply to roles such as project manager, developer, tester, and quality manager in a wide variety of industries.

About the programme

The growing use of software also increases the size and complexity of software needed, alongside greater pressure to quickly release to market in rapidly changing environments and demands. To meet these challenges, the master’s programme in Software Engineering and Management offers a unique combination of advanced technical knowledge and management skills. You will develop perspectives for:

  • understanding industrial practices and current and future trends in technology development;
  • judging and improving software quality, methods, and tools;
  • sustaining software systems over long times;
  • and innovating software development practices and improving performance.

A project-based, collaborative learning environment

We have a strong research profile and rely on close collaboration with industry. You will engage in project work and be confronted with real-world challenges for software-intensive industries. Addressing these challenges will show you how both advanced technical knowledge and managerial skills are needed to produce large technologically advanced systems in ways that correspond to contemporary demands for quality and speed in very dynamic environments.

Preparing you for a future career

The programme combines different perspectives and approaches, preparing you for different roles, such as developer, tester, quality manager, software architect, and project manager. The skills you develop will also be applicable in many industries, such as automotive, telecom, defence, government, bank, retail, and education. We educate future engineers who are qualified to design software with high quality and low development and maintenance costs. But we also educate future researchers who can work innovatively and conduct advanced experiments with technology within software engineering.

We help you succeed

You will have the opportunity to do an industrial practice project, which is 15 credits gained during an internship with a company. Furthermore, you may conduct your master’s thesis in collaboration with a company. The master's programme in Software Engineering and Management has been selected by the Swedish Institute to nominate candidates for scholarships. Please visit the webpages of the Swedish Institute for more information on how to apply for a scholarship.