This three semester, internationally-oriented course of study is designed to meet the demands of industry for highly motivated, team-oriented software experts. Students learn and apply state-of-the-art technology and standards in the fields of software development, information management, computer networks, and electronic commerce. All classes are given in English.
Summer semester (starting mid of March) 2nd November the year before
Winter semester (starting 1st October) 2nd May
3 semester full-time | 5 semester part-time
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Applicants for the Master Degree Programme must possess a university degree with grades significantly above average either in computer science requiring at least 3 years of university study or
equivalent knowledge degree with knowledge in
Proof of English language skills through TOEFL or IELTS test
Applicants must send in the following:
The enrolment fee amounts to Euro 211,40 for the first semester and Euro 200,40 for each following semester (as of February 2020).
Attention: The state government of Baden-Württemberg has introduced study fees of Euro 1500,- per semester for international students coming from non EU-Countries starting from Winter semester 2017/18.
Further details about the expected study fees are available on the official website of Baden-Württemberg.
The first and second semester covers advanced theories, methods and techniques in the field of software development, data management, project management and computer networking. Amongst others this comprises the lectures "Advanced Topics in Software Engineering", "System Design", "Advanced Topics in Databases", "Middleware Technology" and "Advanced Topcis in Software Project Management". An elective module each semester allows deepening the knowledge in formal methods (e.g. "Cryptographic Algorithms") and in newest technological issues (e.g. "Business Process Technology"). A large software-project – spanning the whole 2nd semester – gives practical foundation to the theories and methods above.
|1. Year - Summer Semester||1. Year - Winter Semester||2. Year - Summer Semester|
|Concepts of Programming Languages||Middleware Technology||Master Thesis|
|Databases II||Software Project|
|Software Project Management II||Software Verification and Validation|
|Software Engineering II||System Design|
|Intercultural Training Part 1||Intercultural Training Part 2|
Elective Module I
Data Structures and Algorithms
Elective Module II
Because of visa regulations this part-time course is only for EU-citizens available.!!!
|1. Year - Summer Semester||1. Year - Winter Semester||2. Year - Summer Semester||2. Year - Winter Semester||Final Semester|
|Concepts of Programming Languages||Software Project||Databases II||Middleware Technology||Master Thesis|
Software Engineering II
|Software Verification and Validation|
|Software Project Management II|
Intercultural Training Part 2
|Intercultural Training Part 1|
Elective Module 1
Elective Module 2
Relations between businesses are increasingly interconnecting on an international scale. Graduates with an international degree Software Technology posses a distinct advantage on the job market. It is becoming increasingly important to employ university graduates who have studied abroad and can document their mobility and flexibility through the attainment of an international academic degree.