|Course Name||Master of Technology (Software Engineering)|
|Duration (Part Time)||N/A|
|Duration (Full Time)||2 Years|
|2017 Course Fees||25,500|
|Intake Dates||March, July, November|
|University||Federation University Australia|
|Faculty||Faculty of Science & Technology|
English Language Requirement from July 2014 (1st Intake)
Overall IELTS score of 6.0 with no individual band score less than 6.0 or equivalent.
Academic Entry Requirements
Successful completion of Australian Bachelor Degree or Overseas Equivalent.
Graduates of the Software Engineering stream will also have the specialist knowledge required to understand and implement advanced software engineering techniques - design, implement and maintain IT systems using a well-informed software engineering approach and create high quality software in a systematic and efficient manner. Graduates will gain employment in a wide range of industries including security and defence, education, aerospace, health, business and finance.
As a software engineer you will create, maintain and modify computer software as well as analyse current software products. You will also evaluate new programming tools and techniques. Graduates may find employment in a variety of industries with the production of medium to large scale software. Career opportunities include: Software Engineer, Systems Administrator, Systems Designer and Tester, Software Analysis, and Programmer.
|Sample Study Program|
|Year||Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Database Management Systems||Software Engineering: Analysis & Design|
|Foundations of Programming||Comparitive Programming Languages|
|Information Security||Enterprise Programming|
|Professional Research & Communication||LEadership in IT Project Management|
|Enterprise Systems||Professional IT Culture|
|Project 1||Project 2 (Software Development)|
|Software Testing||Software Engineering Methodologies|
*As they are subject to staff availability, there is no guarantee that every unit will be offered in any particular semester.
*All units are subject to change through the processes of regular course revision.