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Why an MSSE degree?

Who attends this program?

Alumnus

The Master's in Software Engineering at the University of Minnesota is designed for busy working professionals who desire a solid foundation in software engineering theory and best practice, combined with a thorough understanding of today's technologies, systems and analytics. This program is appropriate for software engineering professionals who want to increase their potential and relevance in the marketplace.

Our students come from a wide variety of organizations where classroom learning can be immediately applied to their jobs. Our graduates leave with enhanced critical thinking, leadership and interpersonal skills, giving them the tools they need to successfully manage and lead software projects. Our alumni gain a valuable network of industry professionals, communities of practice and peers to connect with throughout their careers.

30

Credits

4

Semesters

600+

Alumni

What Our Students Say

    What did our 2020 graduates find the most valuable about the MSSE program?

"learning a holistic approach to software engineering"

"attending classes with very smart professionals in the technology field taught by excellent instructors"

"collaborating on group projects"

"rounding out my practical knowledge has made me more excited and less concerned about technical challenges"

U of M Students

Events

Apr 12 Mon 5:00pm

Online Information Session

Have all your questions about the MSSE program answered by attending this online session.

Apr 29 Thu 12:00pm

Online Information Session

Have all your questions about the MSSE program answered by attending this online session.

News

16th Annual Code Freeze - Humane Engineering

April 8, 2021
Code Freeze 2021 - Humane Engineering, sponsored by the University of Minnesota Software Engineering Center (UMSEC) and Cprime, was held virtually on February 25, 2021.

Cognizant Takes a Look at the Current State of Software Engineers

June 12, 2020
The pandemic has spurred businesses to develop customer-focused software, resulting in needed changes to software engineering approaches and cultures.

Software Engineering Takes on New Meaning in the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 12, 2020
The pandemic has spurred businesses to develop customer-focused software, resulting in needed changes to software engineering approaches and cultures.
 

 

"The significant problems we face cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them."

~ Albert Einstein