Search Masters Programs in Software Engineering 2019 in Zagreb in Croatia
Software engineering refers to applying engineering methods and techniques to computer programming and software creation. Software engineering students often learn about disciplines such as computer science and mathematics to help them create customized software systems for companies or large corporations.
Croatia is a country where 40% of its citizens ranging between 18 and 35 years have attained higher learning education. The country has improved student’s life in these universities with a subsided living standard in these universities especially for both local and even international students.
Zagreb has been continually developing and growing and nowadays, numerous education centres where both international and local students can join for advanced studies. Zagreb is a busy city, but this gives students unending opportunities to do their research work.
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Software engineering sub-specialization is one of the three sub-specializations of the professional graduate study program in applied computer engineering. Through its co
Software engineering sub-specialization is one of the three sub-specializations of the professional graduate study program in applied computer engineering. Through its compulsory courses, the study program covers the field of e-business and offers acquisition of basic competences at graduate level, while through elective courses of the sub-specialization, students are able to specialize within the field of software engineering by obtaining more knowledge about the following areas: internet programming, development of applications for mobile devices, advanced programming techniques, data warehouses and business intelligence.
From the perspective of students, the study program is comprised of 18 courses, of which 8 compulsory and 10 elective courses, that are largely predetermined by the choice of a particular sub-specialization. Elective courses related to this sub-specialization belong to two groups with one course of the first group being taught in each of the first three semesters, while two courses of the second group are taught in the first two semesters and three courses in the third semester. Elective courses are determined by the particular sub-specialization and students are typically offered to acquire necessary knowledge and skills for specialization in a particular narrow area through groups of three logically continued courses (from the first to the third semester)....