Important aspects, of the Distributed Software Systems programme at the Darmstadt University of Technology, are the underlying software infrastructure as well as the data exchange via public supraregional networks. The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including the development of distributed enterprise software and general web-based applications. Other topics include the development of social networks or virtual realities.
The choice areas Computer Networking and Systems Software , Distributed Systems and Formal Methods , Programming Languages and Software Engineering can be chosen as well. Numerous options allow students to follow their own personal preferences.
Graduates of the master program Distributed Software Systems look to a labor market with a high demand for skilled workers - especially in Germany, one of the leading nations in the development of enterprise applications. Computer scientists in this field realize new software projects for innovative business ideas, or adapt existing systems to new challenges, in the form of the technical mapping of complex business processes. In addition, diverse perspectives open up outside of the classical area of software development for companies, because what they have learned is also used in the development of general, web-based software, such as in the field of social networks or virtual realities.
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- Elective area Distributed Systems
- Elective area Computer Networking and Systems Software
- Elective area Formal Methods, Programming
- Languages and Software Engineering
- Elective area course-related achievements
- 24 months
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DisciplinesComputer Sciences Software Engineering View 86 other Masters in Computer Sciences in Germany
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- The prerequisite for admission to a Master's program and thus prerequisite for matriculation is a degree as a "Bachelor of Science" in the field of Computer Science or an equivalent degree. Admission to a Master's degree program may be subject to additional content requirements.
- English proficiency at level C1 (GER) , evidenced by school certificates or Equivalents.
- If necessary, the Department of Informatics leads one for the master program Distributed Software Systems Entrance examination by.
InternationalFreeTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 0 EUR per semester and a duration of 24 months.
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