The Master of Science Distributed Software Systems degree programme specialises in the design, development and adaptation of flexible, secure and reliable distributed applications. Important aspects are the underlying software infrastructure as well as the efficient exchange of data between widely distributed locations via public, supra-regional networks. The course contents cover a broad spectrum and comprise, among other things, the development of distributed business applications as well as general web-based applications. Further topics are the development of social networks or virtual realities.
The topics of Computer Networking and Systems Software, Distributed Systems and Formal Methods, Programming Languages and Software Engineering can be studied more in depth within the Elective Areas. The programme caters to the students’ personal preferences by offering a wide range of courses across the three elective areas.
(opens in new tab)Module Handbook
(opens in new tab) Study Regulations with Semester Course and Examination Schedule (English. The English translation is for information purposes only. The legally binding document is the German version.)