Cloud Computing instructional program is being offered online as well as in a traditional
classroom setting (face-to-face), providing innovative, inclusive, hands-on, workforceoriented, and distinctive educational experiences to a broad cross-section of the population,
including adult learners and other nontraditional students.
Cloud Computing is designed for students to gain knowledge in cloud computing, develop
skills in cloud computing services and applications, have careers in cloud computing within
industry, academia, and government as cloud administrators, architects, modelers,
engineers, application developers, security specialists, analytics specialists, analysts, and
There will be ten (10) cloud computing required courses (30 credits) for the Program plus 6
computer science, 3 math, and 3 elective courses. The total major requirements consist of 22
courses (70 credits) and the Program consists of a total of 39 courses (120 credits).
Candidates must score aggregate marks of minimum 55% to 60% in Bachelor's degree. Must
have pursued the previous degree in B.Sc.
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