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Cloud Computing - Postgraduate (coming soon)

Cloud Computing - Postgraduate (coming soon)

Master of Software Engineering

  • Length:
    64 weeks
  • Qualification:
    Advanced Master option available. The course does not have CRICOS for delivery to international students yet.
  • Cost:
    Please Enquire
  • Intake Date(s):
    November 9th, 2018
    February 22nd, 2019
    April 12th, 2019
    June 7th, 2019
    July 26th, 2019
    September 13th, 2019
    November 1st, 2019

Course Overview

Advanced Master option available.
The course does not have CRICOS for delivery to international students yet.

This course is developed in collaboration with IBM.

The Master of Software Engineering (Cloud Computing) addresses industry demand for highly technical software engineers, developers, and researchers, with skills that encompass DevOps, big data, analytics and distributed development.

It offers professionals the opportunity to upskill in order to improve career prospects and provides recent graduates with the chance to continue their studies and specialise in the field of Cloud Computing & DevOps.

Unlike a traditional degree, the Master of Software Engineering (Cloud Computing) is tailored to your unique needs and creative challenges. Students will learn by working on industry projects, approach wide-ranging topics from an entrepreneurial mindset, and explore the design thinking, ethics and moral values required in tech for good companies.

Places are limited, so this sought-after qualification is aimed at determined people who yearn to have an impactful career.

Careers & Industry

If you're an experienced professional or undergraduate degree holder, Media Design School’s Graduate School programmes can transport you to the next stage of your career, even prepare you to grow your own business.

Our alumni are sought-after, passionate professionals who interact with their teams and colleagues more productively, engage with clients more confidently, and lead cross-functional initiatives and projects more successfully.

The non-sequential curriculum and focus on independent learning means students can enter the programme at any stage, with at least six entry points staggered throughout the year.

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