Master of Science in Computer Science

Master of Science in Computer Science

 

 
Nowadays Computer Science has applications in several fields that are very different from each other and in constant increasing number. UNICAM offers the Master Degree in Computer Science (Laurea Magistrale) to allow graduate students in Computer Science to specialize their knowledge, competences and skills. Different specialization curriculum are proposed within the Master Degree together  with the possibility to gain, in addition to the UNICAM degree, a  Master degree awarded by a partner University (Double Degree).
 
Curriculum
  • Intelligent and Adaptive Systems (IAS) - Modern ICT systems are composed of a large number of interconnected devices that interact with each other and with users to reach a certain goal. IAS aims at forming highly specializeddata analysts and software designers capable of developing and managing these complex systems. IAS students will also learn how to use the data collected during systems execution in orderto detect and prevent critical situations and to identify the countermeasures that guarantee the expected quality of service and security.
  • Information Systems Engineering (ISE) - The Information Systems Engineering curriculum focuses on methodologies, techniques, technologies and tools for engineering complex information systems. Effective strategies for defining customer needs, required functionalities early in the development cycle, systems design, validation and deployment are deeply investigated. ISE graduates will be able to understand and solve issues related to business and IT alignment, such as process and data organization, performance and cost optimization, engagement of social aspects, and technology adoption and maintenance. ISE graduate will also, be able to understand and guide the potential of the digital transformation in complex organizations such as public administrations and enterprises.
  • Software and Systems for Industries (SSI) - Embedded systems are increasingly being joined together into an “Internet of things” or sensor networks to enable several applications such as smart homes, manufacturing, energy distribution and transportation. SSI provides students witha knowledge and understanding of embedded system architectures, the concepts underpinning their interconnection and programming. Security, simulation and verification of distributed systems, where possible tailored to embedded systems, will be also part of the programme.
 
The degree, being  in collaboration with European and international institutions, is  completely taught in English. Students at UNICAM are immersed in an international environment with foreign students coming from different Countries. They can participate to international exchange programs such as Erasmus+ or Double Degree and spend a semester or one year abroad for exams and/or thesis. Double Degree programs are available together with:
  • the Reykjavik University (RU) in Iceland (for more info - link to video presentation), 
  • the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) in Switzerland (for more info - link to video presentation), 
  • the Universidad Nacional de Catamarca (UNCa) in Argentina. 

Scholarships of merit for supporting the mobility are offered to exchange students through UNICAM funds (if available) or, for European locations, through the Erasmus+ program.

According to AlmaLaurea statistics, one year after the degree the employment rate of those who graduated in Computer Science at University of Camerino is 85.7%.

The Master of Science (Laurea Magistrale) in Computer Science allows to access the "Albo Professionale dell'ordine degli ingegneri" (National Engineer's Register), section A, sector "Information Engineering". To access the Register, a student must pass a special exam (Esame di Stato), for which UNICAM is an entitled site (DPR n. 328 in 5/6/2001 published on GU n. 190 in 17/8/2001).

 
CISCO activities, certified by the Cisco Networking Academy Program, are available as part of the degree program. This is another important opportunity for our students as Cisco Networking Academy Program is introductory for CISCO Industrial certifications, which are highly spendable in the job market.
 
Students willing to enroll to the Master of Science in Computer Science must have a Bachelor Degree or an equivalent foreign degree as long as that is known to be valid under current regulations. To be admitted to the Master degree it is required to have a certification for the English language at least of level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, or at least 3 ECTS credits of English courses taken during the Bachelor. Students with an Italian Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (L-31 class) access the course with no further checks, while for any other kind of Bachelor Degree the presence of sufficient knowledge, competences and skills of Mathematics and Computer Science will be checked before the student is admitted to the program.