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    Full time available

  • Subject Areas

    Computer Science

  • Start Date


  • Course Duration

    1 year

  • Course Type


  • Course Fees

    Full tuition Fee: 110000 SEK (non-EU only*)

    *Please check who is required to pay fees through this linked: website

Are you fascinated by cutting-edge technology? Our one-year master’s programme aims to deepen your knowledge in an area of current interest within computer science, as well as to develop your scientific skills.

Description of programme

The programme focuses on the realization of innovative IT services and systems. You will learn about the technologies and concepts essential for the development of modern information systems, which are typically complex and include cooperative components. Such technologies and concepts include software agents, service-oriented computing, middleware and ontologies. You will also learn how these technologies can be applied to business systems and other support activities that are critical to society.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding 

  • knowledge and understanding of Computer Science, including having an overview of the area, deepened knowledge in the area of connected systems, as well as, insight in current research and development
  • deepened knowledge of methodologies and research methodologies used in Computer Science
  • ablility to describe central concepts in the area of connected systems

Skills and Abilities 

  • ability to integrate knowledge and to analyse, evaluate and handle complex problems and situations also with limited information
  • ability to independently identify and formulate problems, as well as, plan and, by using suitable methods, carry out advanced tasks within given time frames
  • ability to orally and in writing clearly present and discuss her/his conclusions regarding matters in Computer Science, as well as the knowledge and the arguments which these are based upon in dialog with different groups
  • ability to apply the main concepts and technologies in the development of connected systems
  • skills that are required to participate in research and development work in Computer Science, or to work with other qualified tasks

Judgement and approach 

  • capability, within the area of Computer science, with special focus on connected systems, to make judgements taking into consideration relevant scientific, societal, and ethical aspects, as well as, showing consciousness of ethical aspects of research and development
  • understanding of the possibilities and limitation of science, its role in society, and the responsibility of its use
  • ability to identify her/his needs of additional knowledge and to take responsibility for her/his progress within the area

Your future career

MSc graduates in Computer Science will find many exciting opportunities await them, such as the development of complex distributed systems for e-business, e-government, e-health, e-learning, supply chain management, mobile computing and ubiquitous computing. Moreover, you will be qualified to work as a consultant and IT developer. The degree also prepares individuals for PhD studies, leading to careers in education or research.


The program will give the student an opportunity to deepen her/his knowledge in an area of current interest within Computer Science, as well as knowledge and skills of methodologies for research and development projects within Computer Science. The core of the programme is the technologies and concepts essential for the development of connected systems including cooperative information systems.


For programme with start Autumn 2018: 

Autumn 2018 - Semester 1

Spring 2019 - Semester 2


Master's Degree (60 credits).

Master of Science (60 credits) with a major in Computer Science. 

In order to be entitled to a Master of Science (60 credits) the following requirements have to be fulfilled: 

  • 60 credits in completed courses of which at least 45 credits must be second cycle courses.
  • At least 30 credits within the same main field of study, including a degree project of at least 15 credits.
  • All qualifications at the second cycle require a previous degree of Bachelor, a professional degree or an equivalent foreign degre

Visit the Computer Science page on the Malmö University website for more details!




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