Major In Details
Mobile and Cloud Computing are booming and gaining more popularity. Mobile computing targets individuals’ needs and interests while Cloud Computing provides hardware, software, and applications over the internet for organizations and governments. The major benefit of Cloud Computing is to release the burden of owning and managing the computing resources. Consequently, students need to acquire knowledge and skills in advanced database management, advanced programming skills, online data storage, networking, cloud virtualization, Linux, web services, cloud security and disaster recovery, machine learning, and cloud migration. Advanced careers in cloud computing include server-less architecture and multi-cloud deployment.
The student will study the concepts of cloud computing fundamentals and their uses in the IT industry and the applications and programs of various companies. The student studies the most important APIs used, including techniques for creating, publishing, and maintaining images and automated applications. Student also learns how to use the cloud as the infrastructure of current and new services as well as open source applications for aggregated computing environments.
Knowledge in Action
Cloud Computing is simply a technology that provides companies and organizations with the ability to use hardware, applications, and computer networks with great potential at any time and from anywhere in the globe.
Some of the most important subjects the student will learn in the Mobile and Cloud Computing minor are Computer Computer Networks, Software Engineering, Parallel Computing, and Cloud Computing Infrastructure and Services.
Graduates can work as Mobile Application Developer, Mobile Application Tester, Cloud Architect, Cloud Consultant, Cloud Software Engineer, Cloud Software Application Engineer, or Cloud Security Expert.