The Bachelor’s Degree Program in the Department of Software Engineering is a 240 ECTS credits, a 4-year program composed of eight semesters, each of which has a 30 ECTS workload. One ECTS equals to 25.5 hours of student workload per semester.
The increasing need for computers in our daily lives has made it imperative that new designs and new computer software systems be developed so as to include advanced technology in a growing range of applications. The principles of computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis are employed by computer software engineers for designing, developing, testing, and evaluating software and the systems that computers use to carry out various applications.
Software engineers or systems developers work in applications and they are engaged in analyzing user needs and designing, constructing, testing, and maintaining computer applications software or systems. Various kinds of software such as software for operating systems and network distribution and compilers that convert programs for execution on a computer are developed by software engineers. In the programming or coding fields, software engineers give line by line instructions, to a computer on how to perform a function or an operation. Although these engineers need to possess strong programming skills, they are more occupied with the development of algorithms, the analysis, and solutions to problems in programming than with writing codes.
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Last updated February 10, 2018