Informatie over MSc Computing Science: Software Engineering and Distributed Systems

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» Jaar 1 (Compulsory course units)
semester I averplichtWMCS004-05Software ArchitectureEngels5
 verplichtWMCS005-05Web and Cloud ComputingEngels5
semester I bverplichtWMCS014-05Evidence-Based Software EngineeringEngels5
 verplichtWMCS009-05Information SystemsEngels5
 verplichtWMCS013-05Software Maintenance and EvolutionEngels5
semester II averplichtWMCS016-05Formal Modeling of Communicating SystemsEngels5
 verplichtWMCS017-05Scalable ComputingEngels5
 verplichtWMCS019-05Student Colloquium (Computing Science)Engels5
semester II bverplichtWMCS021-15In-company or Research Internship (CS)Engels15
» Jaar 2 (Compulsory course units)
semester I bverplichtWMCS007-05Enterprise Application IntegrationEngels5
semester IIverplichtWMCS901-30Master ThesisEngels30

The Master Computing Science, track Software Engineering & Distributed Systems (SEDS) consists of 90 ECTS compulsory courses.
In addition, there are 30 ECTS elective courses:
- 15 ECTS can be chosen freely from any Master courses taught at the University (to be approved by the Board of Examiners)
- 15 ECTS have to be chosen from the list of guided choice courses

» Guided choice course units
semester I akeuzeWMCS001-05Advanced Topics in Security and PrivacyEngels5
 keuzeWMCS002-05Introduction to Data ScienceEngels5
 keuzeWMIE005-05Robotics for IEMEngels5
semester I bkeuzeWMAI010-05Machine LearningEngels5
 keuzeWMCS011-05Pattern Recognition for CSEngels5
 keuzeWMCS012-05Process Aware Information SystemsEngels5
 keuzeWMCS018-05Scientific VisualizationEngels5
 keuzeWMCS023-05Software Defined NetworkingEngels5
semester II akeuzeWMCS025-05Advanced Software ArchitectureEngels5
 keuzeWMCS022-05Fundamentals of Distributed SystemsEngels5
semester II bkeuzeWMCS020-05Advanced Parallel ProgrammingEngels5
 keuzeWMAI020-05Logical Aspects of Multi-agent SystemsEngels5
 keuzeWMIE021-05Systems engineeringEngels5

- Robotics for IEM (TBROB-12) requires prior physics knowledge.
- Logical Aspects of Multi-Agent Systems (WMAI19003) requires prior knowledge: students should have successfully
completed Dynamic Logic (INMDL-08) or Advanced Logic (KIB.VL03) before they can take this course.

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