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Master’s Degree Programme in Information Technology, students who began in 2013 or earlier

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Pekka Pöyry

Qualification Awarded and the Level of Qualification

Master of Engineering, EQF 7

Special Admission Requirements

General admission criteria, see TAMK's web sites.

Recognition of Prior Learning

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Qualification Requirements and Regulations

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Profile of the Programme

The objective of the programme is to educate specialized IT professionals who have the competence of a senior designer or software architect. The studies focus on the most important applications and methods of modern IT engineering. Project management and cultural aspects are also covered. The programme is suitable for both specialists and managers.

Key Learning Outcomes

The focus areas are software requirements, system architectures, server and client-side programming, conceptual modelling, and databases. It is also possible to complete a course which focuses on project work and management in an international and multicultural working environment.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples

With your master's degree in Information Technology you may find several positions, e.g. (senior) software engineer, project manager, software architect, software developer, web and multimedia developer, database specialist, systems administrator, database designer, and administrator.

Access to Further Studies

The master’s degree from a university of applied sciences produces the eligibility for postgraduate studies as a master’s degree from a university.

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

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Graduation Requirements

Completion of studies and achievement of competence objectives in the extent set by the curriculum.

Mode of Study

Development of the Programme

The Ministry of Education and Culture’ definitions of policy and TAMK’s strategy have been considered in the curriculum.