MS Software Engineering, Specialization in Cloud and Mobile Computing
Take your career sky-high with Cloud & Mobile Computing!
The number of smartphone users worldwide is estimated to surpass 7 billion in 2021. Cloud and mobile computing promise the speed, agility and innovation to meet consumer demand. Market explosion in cloud and mobile computing has created a massive demand in Silicon Valley for professionals equipped with advanced expertise.
Gain the advanced degree requirements you need to upgrade your salary, earn a promotion or bring your resume to the attention of hiring managers and recruiters by earning your Master of Science in Software Engineering, specialization in Cloud and Mobile Computing.
- PreQualify Now
Applications are open for Fall 2022.
For domestic students: application deadline is May 1, 2022, document deadline is May 20, 2022.
For international students: application deadline is April 1, 2022, document deadline is April 20, 2022.
Admissions reviews and decisions for this program will begin in February. We will continue to admit students on a rolling bases through the month of June.
- Key Benefits
- - Outstanding Faculty: Industry leaders and academic experts offer a wide range of practical knowledge and
experience in engineering and software development.
- Location, Location, Location: All courses are offered in Silicon Valley near high-tech employers and easily accessible from anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can complete your degree while holding an internship and/or continuing your career!
- Convenience: designed for working professionals and motivated students who want to earn advanced degrees through accelerated programs.
- Affordable Education: San Jose State University offers an outstanding educational value, and many local businesses will pay partial or full tuition for employees who enroll in graduate degree programs.
- - Outstanding Faculty: Industry leaders and academic experts offer a wide range of practical knowledge and experience in engineering and software development.
- Program Schedule
- Specialized Cloud and Mobile Computing Courses
CMPE 281 - Cloud Technologies
- Cloud computing concepts, evolution, architectures, infrastructures, opportunities, risks, enterprise adoption strategies, standards and polices, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), modern cloud computing technologies and tools, case studies and team projects.
CMPE 282 - Cloud Services
- Cloud service architecture and layering, administrative issues, resiliency and security considerations; business development, operations and business support service, case studies and team projects.
CMPE 283 - Virtualization Technologies
- Virtualization concepts, components and infrastructure, hardware and software virtualization, virtualization machine life cycle management, virtualization services, case studies, and team projects.
- Program Descriptions
- Each course meets one night a week, for 16 weeks, following the SJSU academic calendar. Dependent on cohort path, courses may also meet on a few Saturdays.
- Classes are delivered year-round in fall, spring, and summer.
- There are 11 courses, for a total of 33 graduate-level units that fulfill the requirements for earning a Master of Science in Software Engineering degree.
- Students must satisfy the Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement.
- Class Location
3000 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA
- Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)
For students graduating with MS Software Engineering degrees:
1. Be able to demonstrate an understanding of advanced knowledge of the practice of software engineering, from vision to analysis, design, validation and deployment.
2. Be able to tackle complex engineering problems and tasks, using contemporary engineering principles, methodologies and tools.
3. Be able to demonstrate leadership and the ability to participate in teamwork in an environment with different disciplines of engineering, science and business.
4. Be aware of ethical, economic and environmental implications of their work, as appropriate.
5. Be able to advance successfully in the engineering profession, and sustain a process of lifelong learning in engineering or other professional areas.
6. Be able to communicate effectively, in both oral and written forms.
Applying for admission to an off-campus cohort at San Jose State University is not a guarantee that the program will occur. Cohorts must meet minimum enrollment standards in order to take place. Please be aware that in the event a cohort does not launch due to low enrollment, any and all associated application fees cannot be refunded.