The Web and Software Engineering branch consists of two specializations. Students of the Software Engineering specialization learn methodologies and tools used during the lifecycle of software systems, gain the knowledge of all phases of the software system lifecycle (analysis, design, implementation, testing, maintenance, and evolution). An important component of the study is the software project management and project team management. The focus is on team projects in which students can practice various roles in teams during the design and implementation of larger software systems. Both theoretically and practically, students get acquainted with formal notations, design methodologies (including agile programming), and supporting software tools. Students of the Web Engineering specialization gain the knowledge of specific architectures and technologies of the web systems that will enable them to create web applications on both the client and the server side. Firstly, this includes basic technologies like HTTP, HTML , and XML, and secondly, algorithms and architectures for searching and indexing the web content, dynamic programming languages, and technologies of modern databases optimized for realizing scalable systems that are able to store and process large data volumes.
Graduates of the Software Engineering specialization find their jobs as programmers and team members of development teams of software companies. Also, they can be employed as developers or administrators of enterprise information systems or as software architects in ICT departments of non-IT companies (e.g., telecommunication operators, financial institutions, automobile manufactures, public administration). Graduates of the Web Engineering specialization can work at positions of web application or web information systems engineers starting from the level of programmers of client or server application components.
|Applications start||6th January 2017|
|Applications end||30th April 2017|
|Start of study:||1st October 2017|
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