The knowledge and experiences gained in this course of studies can also be applied directly to the development of general-purpose web-based applications far beyond classical business applications. Examples of such applications can be found in the area of social networks (e.g. “Facebook”, “Instagram”, “Snapchat”, “Twitter” or “Slack”) – These systems are also distributed systems that use databases with extremely high-numbers of concurrent users, which is why flexibility, scalability, reliability and security requirements are also of outmost importance. The knowledge and skills to develop and maintain such applications are also taught in the Master Programme Distributed Software Systems.
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- Implementation Terms of the study program
- Schedule on Studies and Examinations
- Course Description Handbook
The Course Description Handbook contains brief descriptions of courses offered in the study program. The Course Description Handbook is subject to change.
Application and Admission
Please note that there is a multiple-stage entrance examination for applicants to the Master course Distributed Software Systems.
General information regarding the application and admission.
Specific questions regarding the Master in Distributed Software Systems are answered by the department’s student’s office.