A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Top Master Programs in Informatics in Sweden 2019
A master degree is an introduction to academic research, and will make the graduate eligible for PhD studies in both Sweden and abroad. At the Department of Information Technology, we take this part of the master degree very seriously. The IT industry is truly global and fresh graduates will often find that a post-graduate degree is expected of applicants to qualified positions, especially in major international companies. IT research comprises both informatics and computer science. Informatics conveys the idea that IT systems require both the design of a technology component and action that embeds the system in the conditions of use. [+]
This one-year program targets motivated students with an undergraduate degree in computer science, information systems, information technology, software engineering or a similar subject. The overall goal is for you to acquire deeper knowledge and more advanced skills in IT, specifically the ability to handle complex problems related to software development and IT-use, in a systematic and scientific way.
The programme contains the following courses:Research Methods in Social Science (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) Trends in Informatics (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) Business Intelligence (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) Business Process Modelling (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) Data Mining (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) System Development Philosophies (Advanced level, 7.5 credits) Thesis for Master’s (one year) Degree in Informatics (15 credits) ... [-]