Master of Science Software Engineering
Why take this course?
The aim of this programme is to provide an opportunity for computer professionals and engineers to enhance their knowledge and expertise in areas of current active research and development in software engineering. Participants gain exposure to the various techniques for performing academic research. The course also aims to provide an environment in which the participant is exposed to new technological developments, to ethical and social issues affecting the computer industry, and to the requirement to uphold general professional standards.
International Students: We are delighted to welcome international students. Please direct all such queries to email@example.com
Scholarships of €1,000 to maximum of €3,000 may be awarded based on academic achievement, personal statement outlining exceptional achievements, student ambassador programme, alumni scholarship and sibling scholarship to Non-EU students who apply through International Office or Country Advisors for TUS campuses.
International TUS alumni who wish to apply for a taught master’s may qualify for €3,000 reduced fee scholarship. More information is available from the International Office.
For additional information about this programme, please contact:
Dr Enda Fallon,
Head of Department,
Computer and Software Engineering,
Tel: (090) 647 1877
Included within the combination of assessment instruments for the programme are the following:
- traditional closed-book, time-constrained written examinations assignments
- project-type assessment
The assessment of performance is implemented on a phased-basis with an appropriate balance between continuous assessment and the final examination.
- Course Fees:
- The programme tuition fee is €6,250 for EU students and for Non EU students the tuition fee is €14,500 per annum. *subject to change
- Course Duration:
- 1 Year
- Course Duration:
- 2 Years P/T
- Registration Closing Date:
How to apply to this programme at TUS Athlone Campus:
- Course Commencement Date:
- Course Award:
- Master of Science
- Course NFQ Level:
- Level 9
- Dept of Computer and Software Engineering
- Minimum Entry Requirements:
Honours (Grade 2.2) degree in an appropriate engineering, computing or cognate discipline, or an equivalent qualification. Appropriate experience (or appropriate qualifier) may also be required depending upon the degree qualifications.
Careers & Opportunities
There is a high demand for skilled software engineering graduates resulting from the expansion of the software industry in Ireland and overseas.