Service science, cloud computing and service-oriented computing are growth sectors, and there's high demand for skilled IT professionals equipped to work in this environment. The Master of Service-Oriented Computing addresses this demand.
This master’s degree builds on your professional experience in the information technology industry and prepares you for a career in cloud computing, service science and service-oriented computing. It’s also suitable for high-quality graduates from other disciplines who meet the entry criteria and want to develop their practical competencies.
You'll be challenged by some of the latest trends in practice and research, and learn to plan and complete a piece of original research.
One of the following with a B grade average or higher in papers at level 7 or above:
To qualify for the Master of Service-Oriented Computing you must achieve 180 points. The programme is a mix of technical and professional skills, and includes a range of papers as well as a research project.
Or any other postgraduate paper with the approval of the programme leader.
Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers.
15 Jul 2019
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