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Computer Science: Innovation for Change in a Digital Society, Master’s Program (Two-year)

Malmö University
Malmö
English

Program description

Computer Science: Innovation for Change in a Digital Society, Master’s Program (Two-Year)

Computer Science: Innovation for Change in a Digital Society is a two-year master’s Program that integrates these different disciplines to train future innovation leaders in a digital society.

Digitalization has a major impact on society, industry and individuals, and comes with a number of opportunities as well as challenges. Fully reaping the benefits and successfully addressing the challenges, on a global and local level, requires both innovative technical solutions and skilled business leaders who understand and can engage with the rapid and continuous changes that characterize the digitalized society.

Rather than only pursuing advanced skills in computer science, the Program complements students’ prerequisite knowledge with its emphasis on skills in innovation, business, change and sustainability management. The Program focusses on user-centric innovation and change management within new and existing organizations and markets. Graduates of the Program will find job opportunities either as change agents in organizations, as entrepreneurs in the start-up sector, or as researchers in academia.

Admission requirements

Admission/Entry requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent (at least 180 credits) in computer science or related subject areas. Examples of such subject areas include informatics, interaction design, information systems, computer- and information science, human-computer interaction, and media technology.
  2. At least 15 credits in programming, system development or the equivalent.
  3. The equivalent of English 6 at Swedish upper secondary level.

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Qualification

Master's degree with a major in Computer Science (120 credits).

Master of Science in Computer Science (120 credits).

A Master of Science in Computer Science is achieved after the student has completed course requirements corresponding to 120 credits, of which at least 60 credits with progression within the main subject area computer science, and within the framework of the course requirements have completed an independent work (master thesis) of at least 30 credits within the main subject area. All compulsory courses within the Program must be completed with at least a passing grade. In addition, the student must have completed a bachelor’s degree of at least 180 credits (or the equivalent qualification completed abroad)

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Malmö University is an innovative, urban and international institute of higher education located in the south of Sweden. We offer English-taught programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Our high quality education focuses on close collaboration between teachers and students, where...


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Malmö University

Malmö University
205 06 Malmö
Sweden

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