M.Sc. Software Engineering and Digital Transformation
The Master’s Programme in Software Engineering and Digital Transformation from LUT University focuses on developing advanced knowledge and expertise for the design and development of software and digital services and the digital transformation of business processes.
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€10,000 per year|
The Software Engineering and Digital Transformation programme from LUT University addresses the application of engineering principles of software and systems development, including design methodologies, business process and service modelling and re-engineering, operation principles, and maintenance and quality assurance approaches.
Digital transformation in this context refers to the change associated with the application of the software engineering body of knowledge for the transformation and modernisation of digital assets of business and industry domains.
You can specialise in one of the two areas – Software Engineering or Digital Transformation.
The Software Engineering specialisation builds upon the Bachelor’s Programme in Software Engineering and aims at developing professional skills in this discipline as well as providing opportunities for students to engage in and develop research abilities.
From a practical point of view, this specialisation prepares students for specialist roles or project and team leader positions.
The Digital Transformation specialisation aims at building software and service design and redesign, business process re-engineering and digitalisation expertise for modern businesses, and industry workflow digitalisation.
Understanding different dimensions of software engineering is part of the necessary skills for any educated person today.
There are many reasons why software engineering is so popular, including good job security, rather high starting salaries, and diverse job opportunities across industries.
Software engineers may also have flexible work schedules – work can be done anywhere where there is a computer and an internet connection.
“The best part of my student experience at LUT was that I found many friends from different countries and cultures, and learned how to cooperate with them on several projects.”
Poorang Vosough // From Iran // LUT Alumnus