Bachelor of Software Engineering (Cloud Computing)
3 years; Accelerated: 2 years*; Part-time: 6 years maximum
February 25th, 2019
The course does not have CRICOS for delivery to international students yet.
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International Students Language Criteria: Equivalent IELTS 6.0 (Academic) with no skills, band less than 5.5
This course is developed in collaboration with IBM.
Study a Bachelor of Software engineering (Cloud Computing) and you’ll leave MDS armed with a range of technical, operational and software management skills that will put you a step ahead in the global tech industry. Throughout your studies, you’ll work across a variety of services and platforms to build a comprehensive, industry-aligned understanding of Cloud Computing and DevOps.
You’ll explore the intricacies of cloud infrastructure, master the fundamentals of CI/CD, and explore the in-demand field of microservices architecture. Best of all, our collaboration with Amazon Web Services means you’ll also have the opportunity to design, develop and deploy applications to the AWS platform – the largest and most lucrative cloud computing platform in the world.
This three-year course is taught through an accelerated trimester system meaning that you can complete it within six trimesters (two years). A more intensive study load keeps topics and ideas front of mind and provides more time to develop your career upon graduation
Careers & Industry
In response to rising industry demand, our Bachelor of Software Engineering (Cloud Computing) has been designed to give you both the technical and the creative and problem-solving skills required to succeed in the Cloud Computing and DevOps fields.
Cloud technology, along with mobile internet, is predicted to be the top technological driver of job changes in the next five years*, and industry trends indicate an imminent significant shortage of graduates. This course will let you specialise in the in-demand areas of DevOps and Cloud Computing, while mastering a wide range of technical subject areas.
The course threads design thinking, ideation, project and time management, and interpersonal communication across different subjects, significantly increasing our students’ employability.
A degree in Software Engineering (CC) could take you down the following career paths:
- Software Engineer
- Software Developer
- Cloud Systems Engineer
- Cloud Developer
- DevOps Engineer
- Cloud Architect