Master's Degree

The Master in Software Development is an official graduate degree, whose studies are composed of a set of courses organized in modules and the realization of a final dissertation work, the master’s degree final work. To obtain the degree, students must necessarily take an academic course with at least 60 ECTS credits.

The Master course aims to provide an updated overview of the current state of research and development in various related fields of the software development. Fields in which research groups of the Software Engineering Department (Departamento de Lenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos) at the University of Granada are working. Thus, this master offers the opportunity to deepen into professional, research and teaching tasks related to this subject. In the section ”Research” it is available a list of the specific research topics of these groups.

The registration to the master’ study requires an engineering degree or equivalent in computer science, although closely related degrees such as Computer, Electronic, Telecommunications and Industrial Engineering are also admitted.