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About the courseThe MSc Software Engineering and Applications is designed for graduates and experienced programmers who want to solve real-world problems, evaluating advanced software engineering environments and building up complex software applications based on emerging technologies.The course covers a range of topics from advanced programming, design patterns and data modelling to popular development platforms, open source frameworks and cloud computing will be explored to open up your
About the course
The MSc Software Engineering and Applications is designed for graduates and experienced programmers who want to solve real-world problems, evaluating advanced software engineering environments and building up complex software applications based on emerging technologies.
The course covers a range of topics from advanced programming, design patterns and data modelling to popular development platforms, open source frameworks and cloud computing will be explored to open up your career.
The aims of the course are to provide you with a critical understanding of Software Engineering Techniques such as advanced programming, design patterns and databases.
You will be able to follow significant trends in system development, including software development, version control with GitHub, open source frameworks such as OpenCV and Tensorflow along with web services and cloud computing.
Why choose this course?
The MSc in Software Engineering and Applications with Placement course is about building professional software developers and helping them to create applications of latest emerging technologies. It is an ideal course for Computer Science graduates and experienced programmers who want to solve real-world problems, evaluating advanced software engineering environments, and built up complex software applications based on emerging technology with improved readability, testability, and extensibility. A range of topics from advanced programming to popular development platforms, open source frameworks, Big Data ecosystem and Cloud Computing will be explored to fulfil the goal and to open up your career opportunities.
With around 20,000 students, the University of Bedfordshire is considered a large uni. It's split over five main sites in and around Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas, meaning all campuses are within relatively easy reach of London. Across the various sites, a vibrant and diverse student community exists, with various social, educational and sporting facilities on each campus. Students can choose from around 180 different undergraduate degrees, some of which can be done on a part-time basis, all of which look to give students practical, real-world experiences that help prepare graduates for the professional world. These opportunities give students the chance to develop employability skills and experiences that are wanted by graduate employers.
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