Bachelor of Science in Cloud Computing

Program Description

This program provides students an overview of the field of Cloud Computing, its enabling technologies, main building blocks, and hands-on experience through projects utilizing public cloud infrastructures (Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure).

The program is a four-year professional undergraduate program that deals with Cloud Computing. This Cloud Computing course will help the student to master the core skill sets required to design and deploy dynamically scalable and reliable applications on popular cloud platform providers like Microsoft Azure, AWS, and GCP. The career prospect for the graduates will be Cloud Engineer, Cloud Architect, System administrator, Subject Matter Experts, Researchers, etc, apart from traditional software development jobs.

Program Outcomes

  1. Understand the ideas behind cloud, benefits, applicability, and challenges.
  2. Understand the fundamental concepts of AWS and distributed computing.
  3. Understand the concepts of DevOps and Docker containerisation.
  4. Understand the importance of virtualization in distributed computing and analyse the performance of Cloud Computing. Understand the concept of Cloud Security and cloud infrastructure model.
  5. Security Studies, scaling, deployment, backup in the context of cloud infrastructure.
  6. Development of system administration skills for the development and maintenance of applications deployed in the cloud.
  7. Apply knowledge of database management system to manage cloud database.
  8. Understand Microsoft Azure Fundamentals and Azure administration.
  9. Demonstrate the ability to choose methods appropriate to research aims and objectives. Understand the limitations of particular research methods. Develop skills in qualitative and quantitative data analysis and presentation. Develop advanced critical thinking skills.
  10. Understand advanced concepts like Hadoop, Bigdata.
  11. Apply machine learning and AI services on AWS.

Bachelor of Science in Cloud Computing

Program Structure Required Total Credits (121)
General Education 31
Core Major 72
Electives 18

General Education Courses (Required: 31 credits)

Students select courses from the list of General Education (Foundation) requirement section of the Catalog.

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Core Major (Required 72 credits)

Electives (Required 18 credits)