MSc in Software Engineering
|APU Malaysia Degree
|Full time (1+ years) / Part time (2-3 years)
|Part Time/Full Time
|Full Time / Part Time
|Fees (International Student)
|School of Computing and Technology
|Conducted entirely in Malaysia
|Level of Study
|Masters Degree Level
|Field of Study
|Computing & IT
APU-DMU Dual Degree Scheme
|Mode of Study
This programme is specifically designed to provide:
The Benefits of This Programme:
On successful completion of this programme, you will be able to:
Who Should Attend:
This programme is geared towards practicing software engineers within industry who seek formal qualifications in software engineering. In addition, IT professionals and managers who wish to upgrade their technical software engineering knowledge and IT skills to postgraduate level will find this programme attractive.
Modules & Project:
The programme comprises 3 pre-requisite modules (for non-Computing students), 10 coursework modules, the Research Methodology module and a major dissertation. There are 7 compulsory Core Modules and you will have to choose 3 electives from those listed.
For non-Computing students: to be completed upon 1st month of the programme
Elective Modules (Choose 3) *
* Elective modules may be pre-selected for students at the beginning of the semester. If students wish to change these pre-selected elective modules, they can choose from the available modules offered in the semester OR among the intensive delivery modules – however such changes may prolong the study duration.
You are required to complete industry-based major projects/ dissertations that are directly relevant to your work and your organisation or any substantial idea from the modules taken. The project emphasis should involve the derivation of criteria for the selection of software engineering processes, methods and tools. It would be expected that a software prototype, review of current practices or specifications should be produced.
DIRECT ENTRY TO MASTER PROGRAMME:
• Bachelor’s degree with minimum CGPA of 2.75 out of 4.00, or its equivalent qualification as acceptable by the Senate.
• Bachelor’s degree with CGPA 2.50 out of 4.00, but below CGPA 2.75; can be accepted with rigorous assessment (include test, interview or portfolio).
All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.