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University of Otago Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science (PGDipAppSc) - Software Engineering
University of Otago

Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science (PGDipAppSc) - Software Engineering

Dunedin, New Zealand

1 Years

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Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science (PGDipAppSc) - Software Engineering

The Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science (PGDipAppSc) is a two semester program, which builds on an undergraduate Applied Science degree. It allows people who are currently working to undertake blocks of study - one block for the certificate, a second block to complete the diploma. Alternatively, students may wish to complete the 120 point program in a continuous run.

Why study Software Engineering?

Software engineering requires modelling and understanding complex interactive systems, as well as identifying how the performance of computer information systems can be improved. It also includes managing the construction of the information system components, and ensuring procedures are in place for continual testing and maintenance.

You’ll be able to join a highly sought-after profession. New Zealand’s (and the world’s) future depends on having technical experts who can oversee the construction of the complex information systems that will underpin the new knowledge-based society.

You’ll gain the expertise to enter a fast-growing industry with highly-paid job opportunities, where innovation is rewarded.

You’ll discover the satisfaction of devising and modelling systems, and then testing them under a range of operating conditions.

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