Master's Programme in
Computer and Systems Sciences
The programme allows students to expand knowledge and skills in ICT systems and programming. Students will learn how to efficiently develop both advanced computer and software systems, using both agile and standard development methods.
Students will learn management skills along with technical skills, such as understanding the needs of end-users, working in groups, and project management. The programme is, to a large extent, project- and problem-oriented.
The programme is very diverse and offers the opportunity to select a specialisation or track that best suits the student’s goals and ambitions, e.g. Business Intelligence, Global Delivery Models, Human-Computer Interaction Design, Information and Knowledge Systems Design, Architecture, Information Security. However these are only examples, and there are also other specialisations or tracks. The degree culminates with a scientific degree project resulting in a Master’s thesis.
The programme is suitable for students aiming to become system designers, system developers, software developers, IT project managers, and programmers. Graduates may also enter PhD programmes to pursue a career in research.
What’s your ambition?
The programme trains professionals or researchers in the field of Computer and Systems Sciences and Information Systems. During the programme, you get a wide range of relevant industry-related skills that open up to a multitude of possibilities.
More information about the programme:
Study form: On campus
Duration: 2 years
Read more about this programme www.dsv.su.se/SCSSO
A Bachelor degree or a degree equal to 180 ECTS. A minimum of 90 ECTS within computer science, systems science, informatics, or information systems.
Swedish upper secondary school course English B or:
IELTS (International English Language Testing Service Academic Module: Overall minimum score of 6.5 (with no section below 5.5).
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
Paper Based: Overall minimum score of 575 (with minimum score 4.5 in the written test)
Internet-based: Overall minimum score of 90 (with minimum score 20 in the written test)
University of Cambridge and Oxford: Certificate in Advanced English or Diploma of English Studies.
Fees for non-EU/EEA-students
Students residing in the EU/EEA countries can study our master´s programmes free of charge. Fees apply for students residing in non-EU-/EEA.
About the School
Stockholm University is among the top 100 universities in Europe and is one of the largest universities in Scandinavia. The Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV) is part of the Faculty of ... Read More