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MSIT In Software Engineering
Join the MSIT course and work towards building a career in Software Engineering
The MS Software Engineering program prepares you for a successful career in Software Engineering. The program provides advanced knowledge of software projects, practices, customer collaboration and management skills necessary for non-outsourceable roles and for leadership in software engineering. Each course in the program is project centric and the students get to work on at least 11 minor and one major project throughout the degree.
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START IN INDIA, GRADUATE IN USA
Seamless transfer to our USA campuses
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
Flexible class schedule allows students to work while pursuing the degree
American certified faculties with minimum 5 years of Industry experience
ACCEPT TRANSFER CREDITS AND PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT
Transfer from other universities and utilization of prior learning
With over 70% students from 47 countries
UNIQUE TEACHING PEDAGOGY
Project centric courses to be job ready
Practical education with Harvard Cases, group projects & activities.
Student faculty ratio 15:1
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MSIT in Software Engineering Course Details
The goal of this program is to provide a professionally guided advanced education in Software Engineering that prepares graduates to transition into a broad range of career options: industry, government, further research, consulting and professional education. At the end of the program, one should be able to:
- Develop an understanding of current technologies, such as databases, communication protocols, cloud computing, and web frameworks and their application.
- Gain the ability to specify, design, implement, analyze, and improve software solutions from a wide variety of domains.
- Learn how to adapt to new and emerging technologies.
- Work with agile methods, COTS integration, mobile and distributed network-centric architectures.
(12 Total courses x 4.5 credit hours = 54credit hours)
Any 5 Elective courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 22.5 credit hours
7 Core courses x 4.5 credit hours each = 31.5 credit hours
||Database Systems Technology
||Ethics and Professional Issues in IT
||Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
||Software Engineering Project I
EBM 502 Research Methods
The course focuses on methods for the conduct of research and development projects. Specifically, students learn about the scientific method, as well as research/design requirements and objectives. Course work involves qualitative, quantitative, and case studies; performance metrics; designprocedures and control; sources of error and bias. In addition, evaluation tools and formal validation methods are discussed.
ISM 521 Database Systems Technology
This course explores the principles and methodologies of database design, architecture, and techniques for database application. Topics covered include relational design, SQL, transaction processing, decision support, integrity and security.
ISM 531 Ethics and Professional Issues in IT
This course provides a framework for making ethical decisions in information systems management. The course explores professional issues and societal implications of information technology. Topics to be covered include professional ethics, privacy, security risks, property rights, social
media, and criminal conduct.
EBM 680 Project Management
The course focuses on the effective organization of projects, tracking of costs and time expenditures, management of quality and risks, evaluation of human resources requirements, and the overcoming of potential obstacles.
SOF 535 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design
The course discusses object-oriented systems, software reusability, software modularity, top-down and bottom-up approaches, object classification, generality, meta programming, and concurrent, object-oriented programming languages.
SOF 581 Software Modeling
This course provides an overview of software analysis and design. The course explores the fundamentals of object oriented analysis and design processes, use-case analysis, object modeling, design patterns and metrics.
SOF 590 Software Engineering Project I
Prerequisite:Approval of the advisor.
This course provides experience in applying software engineering techniques by giving students an opportunity to produce software when working in teams under the schedule constraints commonly experienced in industry. As a component of the course, the instructor emulates the vagueness
shown by typical customers in describing requirements. The instructor serves as a guide and mentor, not as a traditional teacher. This course should be taken in a student’s final quarter.
In this program area,students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These courses are in addition to the program outline
Each course is 4.5 Credits each
Bachelors degree comprises of 40 courses
( 180 Total credits)
* Bachelors Fee Per Credit = Rs. 6952
* Registration Fee = Rs. 45400
* Subject to annual increase
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