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Software Engineering (BSc)

Gaming industries is continuing to evolve and at speed, becoming one of the big business economies these days.

Our goals are to develop the next generation of software engineer specialists. Students develop solutions and computer programs to activate computer game interaction to build high-quality 2D and 3D games. They will also collaborate on projects with fellow programmers and game artists to create a commercially viable game from concept to live prototype.

In this software engineering program, students not only learn about current challenges and solutions in software design and architecture, but they are also taught to develop solutions that are based on professional clean and secure code and learn about the new trend in mobile application development. The students will be able to build software and design and implement smart software benefit from the learning outcome from cloud computing and machine learning. The subject areas considered in this degree program include:

  •     Advanced software design and analysis technology
  •     Processing of large amounts of data and learn to work with big data
  •     Learning the game design principle and tools
  •     Gain the expertise to develop 2D and 3D software
  •     Working with data analytic tools and techniques
  •     Able to write professional clean code software
  •     Learning the game design principle and tools
  •     Gain the experience to ingrate the Artificial Intelligence techniques in software development
  •     Able to learn and work under agile methodology and learn the principles of project managements
  •     Develop mobile app application using state-of-the-art facilities
  •     Master the creation and maintenance of complex software products

Each course is delivered by an industry expert through a number of teaching methods including classes, practicals and group work. Class sizes are kept small to facilitate interaction and promote effective learning. Each subject is taught at least once a year (some are taught twice) and most can be studied in any order; this helps to provide the kind of flexibility required by students with existing commitments.