Instructions on Enrolment for the Master in Software and Systems (2021/22)
When enroling, please make sure you comply with the constraints explained below. Students should carefully select the subjects that they intend to take in order to ensure that they will be able to complete the Master in Software and Systems on schedule (one year) and without having to enrol for more credits than necessary.
First, note the number of enrolment credits. The lastest UPM entry and enrolment policy states that the student must make annual enrolment and stipulates a minimum of 12 ECTS credits to enrol annually (or the necessary for completing the studies), although it is recommended by the programme that students enrol for from 27 to 33 ECTS credits.
Students will be considered to study part-time when the credits enrolled in the course do not exceed 30 ECTS credits.
Second, note that you have to earn a minimum number of credits per course unit (the subjects section lists the subjects of each course unit) and the distribution of subjects by terms, as illustrated in the table below:
|Course Units||Minimum Number of Credits|
|Analysis and Verification||4|
|Networked Services and Distributed Systems||4|
|Data and Information Analysis and Processing||8|
|Virtual Environments and Interaction||4|
|Scientific Research and Advanced Topics||7 + 2 from "Scientific Method"|
Scientific Research and Advanced Topics
Regarding the course unit "Scientific Research and Advanced Topics", there are two types of subjects:
- Compulsory subjects: "Scientific Method" and from "Seminar 1 (mandatory)" to "Seminar 7 (mandatory)". The student must enrol "Scientific method" and the 7 seminar subjects.
- Optional subjects: from "Seminar 8 (optional)" to "Seminar 15 (optional)". Students may enrol any of these subjects once they have registered all the mandatory ones from the previous list.
Students may attend any of the proposed seminars throughout the course, to cover the total of credits enroled in Seminary subjects.
Third, your choice of subjects should ensure that by the end of the Master's degree course you will have acquired all the competences. The relationship between competences and subjects is specified in the following tables:
Specific subjects' competences
The list of Master subjects and the Specific Competences (CEM) that can be acquired are shown:
|Experimentation in Software Engineering||✔||✔|
|Management Strategies And Non-classical Software Development Methodologies||✔||✔|
|21st Century Challenges for Software Engineering||✔||✔|
|Correctness by Construction||✔||✔|
|Software Verification and Validation||✔||✔||✔|
|New Trends in Distributed Systems||✔||✔||✔|
|Geographic Information Systems on the Web||✔||✔||✔|
|Concepts, Practice and Research Challenges in Data Mining||✔||✔|
|Image Processing and Analysis||✔||✔|
|Knowledge Discovery in Databases||✔||✔|
|Advanced Numerical Computation||✔||✔||✔|
|Intelligent Virtual Environments: Technologies, Architectures and Applications||✔||✔|
|Challenges of Accessible Computing for People with Functional Diversity||✔||✔|
General subjects' competences
The list of Master subjects and the General Competences (CG) that can be acquired are shown:
General competences of Scientific Method and MFP
The subject Science Method and the Master's Final Project allow to get the next General Competences (CG):
|Master's Final Project||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
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