Auckland University of Technology

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Computer and Information Sciences - Software Development

Auckland University of Technology

Faculty:Full/Part-time Programmes
Field of Study:Computer and Information Sciences, General
Computer Programming/Programmer, General
Careers:Software EngineerComputer and Information Systems ManagersComputer Programmers


Human demands for technology are constantly expanding and changing. Technological solutions have the potential to advance humankind in diverse fields such as biomedicine, communications, business and entertainment. You can play a role in those advances. The Software Development major in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences (BCIS) major prepares you for these diverse and exciting roles.

You develop the skills to design and develop new and existing software solutions using common development tools. You learn to design and develop secure software and to use the latest technologies including modern programming languages, operating systems, networks, distributed computing systems, databases and modelling. You also carry out quality assurance tasks and learn how to deploy and train users to use the developed technology. Elective options include artificial intelligence, computer graphics and animation, needs analysis and commercial off-the-shelf acquisition.
Modified on November 19, 2017