The UCD School of Computer Science invites applications for the part-time MSc in Advanced Software Engineering, starting in December 2017. This programme is tailored for the industry-based software engineer who wants to develop their skills further and gain a higher degree, without taking a break from full-time employment. Participants attend six, one-week-long modules over a two-year period, and undertake a masters project in the latter half of their second year.
The modules currently on offer are: Performance of Distributed Systems, High Performance Computing, Agent-Oriented Software, Comparative Software Engineering Process Frameworks, Knowledge-based Techniques in Software Engineering, Computational Network Analysis and Modelling, and Design Patterns.
The masters project itself is developed in negotiation with your advisor, and is usually based on your own proposal.
The UCD School of Computer Science is ranked as the joint top Computer Science department in Ireland, according to the 2016 QS World University Rankings.
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If you have any questions, just email the programme director, Mel Ó Cinnéide, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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