Towards a European master programme on global software engineering

Lago, P., Muccini, H., Beus-Dukic, L., Crnkovic, I., Punnekkat, S. and Van Vliet, H. 2007. Towards a European master programme on global software engineering. in: Edwards, H. and Narayanan, R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 20th Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training, (CSEET '07), Dublin, Ireland, 3-5 July 2007 Los Alamitos, USA IEEE . pp. 184-194

Chapter titleTowards a European master programme on global software engineering
AuthorsLago, P., Muccini, H., Beus-Dukic, L., Crnkovic, I., Punnekkat, S. and Van Vliet, H.
EditorsEdwards, H. and Narayanan, R.
Abstract

This paper presents a European Master programme on global software engineering (SE), being put forward by four leading institutions from Sweden, UK, Netherlands and Italy. The Global SE European Master (GSEEM) programme aims to provide students with an excellence in SE based on sound theoretical foundations and practical experience, as well as prepare them to participate in global development of complex and large software systems. GSEEM has been designed with three noteworthy aspects: 1) Three specialization profiles in which the consortium excels: Software Architecting, Real-time Embedded Systems Engineering, and Web Systems and Services Engineering. 2) Two market-driven routes: "professional" to work as professionals, and "scientific" to continue the education towards research degrees. 3) An innovative concept of "shared modules", delivered together by multiple institutions. Four types of shared modules are foreseen: "parallel" twin modules which run remotely between universities, "shifted" modules which teach SE concepts incrementally with shifts in study locations and timeline ,"complementary" modules in which complementary SE concepts are taught in parallel through shared projects, and "common" modules which share the presentations and the project. The profiles realize "integrated knowledge" by complementing partial knowledge available at partner institutions. The paper explains how GSEEM achieves the objectives of educating global software engineers.

Book titleProceedings of the 20th Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training, (CSEET '07), Dublin, Ireland, 3-5 July 2007
Page range184-194
Year2007
PublisherIEEE
FileLago_et_al_2007_final.pdf
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationLos Alamitos, USA
ISBN0769528937
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1109/CSEET.2007.52

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