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LUT University Master's Programme in Software Engineering and Digital Transformation
LUT University

Master's Programme in Software Engineering and Digital Transformation

Lappeenranta, Finland

2 Years

English

Full time

15 Oct 2024*

Sep 2025

EUR 13,500 / per year **

On-Campus

* early admission 15 October–15 November 2023 regular admission 1 December 2023–17 January 2024

** annual tuition for non-EU/EEA students

Introduction

The Master's program in Software Engineering and Digital Transformation focuses on developing advanced knowledge and expertise for the design and development of software and digital services and the digital transformation of business processes.

The program addresses the application of engineering principles of software and systems development, including design methodologies, business processes, service modeling and re-engineering, operation principles, and maintenance and quality assurance approach.

Digital transformation in this context refers to the change associated with the application of the software engineering body of knowledge to the transformation and modernization of digital assets of business and industry.

program delivery in 2022–2023: the program's basic courses can be completed as distance learning, but the attendance requirements of advanced and elective studies vary. Students admitted to the program should prepare to attend classes on campus as needed.

You can specialize in one of two areas: Software Engineering or Digital Transformation.

The Software Engineering specialization builds on Bachelor's studies in software engineering and aims to develop professional skills in this discipline. Continuing from the common topics of software engineering and other areas of information technology, such as software development, quality assurance, and testing or software design, this specialization provides opportunities for students to engage in and develop abilities for research.

The Digital Transformation specialization aims to build expertise in software and service design and redesign, business process re-engineering and digitalization for modern businesses, and industry workflow digitalization.

This specialization offers a fresh start to those who have previously studied 24 ECTS credits or more in computer science or related disciplines (IT/IS or software engineering) but do not have a Bachelor's degree in that domain. The specialization aims to develop professional skills in this discipline and to provide opportunities for students to engage in research and develop their research.

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