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2009-12-25 16:57:19  紫铭留学
 

最新研究生课程介绍:

网络安全硕士课程

当前网络安全和电子商务安全领域越来越受到关注,感兴趣和咨询的学生日益增多,针对这种需求,2006年UTS最新开设了网络安全和电子商务安全硕士课程。

网络安全课程是澳大利亚信息技术方向的紧缺专业,学生如欲申请该专业,可申请以下两个课程:

网络专业硕士(Master of Science in Internetworking): 1.5年

网络专业硕士(Master of Science in Internetworking Extended):2年(针对无工作经验或者无相关专业背景的学生)

  网络专业硕士同时还推出以下新课程:

  网络安全

  网络安全操作系统

  网络安全应用

  企业网络安全设计

电子商务安全课程可通过下面介绍的商业软件工程管理硕士课程选修。

 同时,基于IT产业发展以及满足澳大利亚及国际市场的需要,作为澳大利亚IT教育的领跑者--UTS IT学院最新推出了以下硕士课程:

  信息技术管理硕士

  商业软件工程管理硕士

  商业软件工程与信息技术管理双硕士

信息技术管理硕士课程

Master of IT Management……1.5 years

这一精心设计的硕士课程旨在将具有计算机、信息技术学士学位的学生培养成信息产业的专业管理人才,以及在澳大利亚本土和国际上广受欢迎的IT行业管理人才。课程内容将涵盖信息管理战略、信息产业人员管理以及项目管理等。

 核心课程:           部分选修课程:

- IT管理概论         - 信息技术与商务流程的结合

- IT管理的沟通        - 电子商务的交易技术

- IT人员管理         - 软件合同与外包

- 项目管理          - 信息处理策略

- 软件质量管理        - 构建智能代理

商业软件工程管理硕士

Master of Commercial Software Engineering Management……1.5 years

本课程是为满足信息技术行业对同时具备扎实的专业技术和有效的项目管理及人际交流能力的软件工程毕业生的需求而开设的。课程旨在培养学生成为全球软件工程行业中的领导人物或软件开发公司中的管理人员。学生在获得软件工程专业的领先技术的同时,还将掌握解决问题、项目管理及人际交流的技能,使学生具有为雇主所重视的综合的实际工作能力。

  核心课程:          部分选修课程:

- 信息技术研究基础- 信息技术的商业环境

- 项目管理- 商务流程管理工程

- 软件项目- 电子市场交易技术

- 软件质量管理- 软件体系结构

- 电子商务安全         - 多代理信息系统 

商业软件工程与信息技术管理双硕士

Two Masters in Two Years

选读商业软件工程管理或信息技术管理硕士课程的学生可以在完成1.5年的单科硕士之后,转读此两门课程中的另一课程,并得到相当于一个学期的学分认可,从而可以用两年的时间完成两个硕士的课程,并获得相应的双硕士学位。

录取条件:

  申请人须获得中国正规大学信息技术、计算机科学、计算机系统专业的学士学位。

  语言要求:IELTS 6.5或完成悉尼科技大学Insearch学院直升英语课程。

Master of Science in Internetworking (Extended)

Award(s): Master of Science in Internetworking (MSc)
Course code: C04224v1
CRICOS code: 055279C
Credit points: 96
Course Fees

Overview
This course is intended for computing or engineering graduates, with or without networking experience, who wish to learn or extend their knowledge of networking. As students come from a variety of backgrounds, there is a degree of subject choice in the program to meet individual needs.

Course aims

This course aims to:

●meet the growing needs of industry for networking specialists

prepare students for CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) industry certification within the UTS/Cisco Local Network Academy

●retrain IT professionals wishing to move into networking and internetworking

●provide a thorough and practical grounding in networking, network design, network administration and network management

●provide a solid foundation for the writing of networked applications using Java and other WWW technologies, and

●meet students' needs through project work and elective subjects, for some specialisation, at any layer of the OSI reference model.

Career options
Career options include network administrator, network integrator, network designer, network architect, security architect, network systems programmer, client server architect, programmer analyst, system support analyst, applications developer or a role in data communications.

Course duration and attendance
2 yrs FT or 4 yrs PT
Note: International students in Australia on a student visa are required to undertake full-time (FT) study as a condition of their visa.

Course structure
The Masters of Science in Internetworking (Extended) totals 96 credit points of study, including 48 credit points for completion of the Graduate Diploma, plus a further 48 credit points of elective subjects, comprising either optional research methodologies and project subjects or elective coursework subjects. Within the course there is the option of choosing 24cps of subjects from outside the Internetworking program, provided they are approved by the Program Leader.
The project topic should be relevant to the student's professional career goals and should be an area of current research interest in the student's area of study.

Course completion requirements

32144 IT Research Preparation

 

6cp

32516 Internet Programming

 

6cp

32524 LANS and Routing

 

6cp

32547 UNIX Systems Programming

 

6cp

CBK90476 Internetworking choice

 

6cp

CBK90477 Internetworking choice

 

24cp

CBK90225 Core subjects choice

 

42cp

Total

 

96cp

Course program
A typical full-time program for student commencing in Autumn semester is shown below.
Students can enrol in 32521 WANs and VLANs as either a core subject or an elective. However, as this subject has a prerequisite of 32524 LANS and Routing it cannot be taken during the first semester of study. It can be undertaken in the second semester in conjunction with one of the CCNP subjects. If a student has completed 32521 WANs and VLANs prior to enrolling into any of the CCNP subjects, then two of these subjects can be taken simultaneously.
Due to requisite requirements, full-time students interested in undertaking the Research Methods and Project subjects are advised to enrol into 32144 IT Research Preparation in their first semester so that they can complete the degree in the usual time.
Note: subjects listed as electives are only offered in a particular semester (or year) if there is sufficient demand and the necessary Faculty resources.

 

Year 1

Autumn semester

32516 Internet Programming

 

6cp

32524 LANS and Routing

 

6cp

32547 UNIX Systems Programming

 

6cp

32702 Contemporary Telecommunications

 

6cp

Spring semester

32144 IT Research Preparation

 

6cp

Select 18 credit points of electives

 

18cp

Year 2

Autumn semester

CBK90476 Internetworking choice

 

6cp

Select 18 credit points of electives

 

18cp

Spring semester

CBK90477 Internetworking choice

 

24cp

List of electives

32001 Mobile Commerce Technologies

 

6cp

32009 Advanced Routing Principles

 

6cp

32010 Wide Area Network Implementation

 

6cp

32011 Multilayer Switched Networks

 

6cp

32012 Internet Quality of Service (QoS)

 

6cp

32109 Network Analysis and Troubleshooting

 

6cp

32118 Mobile Communications and Computing

 

6cp

32520 UNIX Systems Administration

 

6cp

32521 WANS and VLANS

 

6cp

32523 Operation Systems for Network Security

 

6cp

32525 Web Services Technologies and Applications

 

6cp

32527 Internetwork Design

 

6cp

32528 Network Management

 

6cp

32548 Network Security

 

6cp

32549 Advanced Internet Programming

 

6cp

32934 Research Project

 

12cp

   or

 

 

32933 Research Project

 

6cp

Professional recognition

This course prepares students for CCNA and CCNP industry certification.

Master of Science in Internetworking

Award(s): Master of Science in Internetworking (MSc)
Course code: C04160v5
CRICOS code: 043341A
Credit points: 72
Course Fees

Overview
This course is intended for computing or engineering graduates, with or without networking experience, who wish to learn or extend their knowledge of networking. As students come from a variety of backgrounds, there is a degree of subject choice in the program to meet individual needs.

Course aims
This course aims to:

●meet the growing needs of industry for networking specialists

●prepare students for CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) and CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) industry certification within the UTS/Cisco Local Network Academy

●retrain IT professionals wishing to move into networking and internetworking

●provide a thorough and practical grounding in networking, network design, network administration and network management

●provide a solid foundation for the writing of networked applications using Java and other WWW technologies, and

●meet students needs through project work and elective subjects, for some specialisation, at any layer of the OSI reference model.

Career options
Career options include network administrator, network integrator, network designer, network architect, security architect, network systems programmer, client server architect, programmer analyst, system support analyst, applications developer or a role in data communications.

Academic requirements
A recognised Bachelor's degree in IT, computing science, computing systems, software engineering, information systems, business IT, telecommunications or engineering with a competitive Pass.

English language requirements
IELTS Test (6.5 overall with a writing Score of 6.0), TOEFL Test Paper Based (575 overall with TWE of 4.5), TOEFL Test Computer Based (231 with essay rating of 4.5), DEEP Program (Completion of the Insearch Direct Entry English Program at C Level)

Course duration and attendance
1.5 yrs FT or 3 yrs PT
Note: International students in Australia on a student visa are required to undertake full-time (FT) study as a condition of their visa.

Course structure
The Masters of Science in Internetworking totals 72 credit points of study, including 48 credit points for completion of the Graduate Diploma, plus a further 24 credit points of elective subjects, comprising either optional research methodologies and project subjects or elective coursework subjects. In some circumstances it may be possible to choose two electives from outside the list, provided they are approved by the Program Leader.
The project topic should be relevant to the student's professional career goals and should be an area of current research interest in the student's area of study.

Course completion requirements

32516 Internet Programming

 

6cp

32524 LANS and Routing

 

6cp

32547 UNIX Systems Programming

 

6cp

CBK90225 Core subjects choice

 

42cp

32144 IT Research Preparation

 

6cp

CBK90476 Internetworking choice

 

6cp

Total

 

72cp

Course program
A typical full-time program for student commencing in Autumn semester is shown below.
Students can enrol in 32521 WANs and VLANs as either a core subject or an elective. However, as this subject has a prerequisite of 32524 LANS and Routing it cannot be taken during the first semester of study. It can be undertaken in the second semester in conjunction with one of the CCNP subjects. If a student has completed 32521 WANs and VLANs prior to enrolling into any of the CCNP subjects, then two of these subjects can be taken simultaneously.
Due to requisite requirements, full-time students interested in undertaking the Research Methods and Project subjects are advised to enrol into 32144 IT Research Preparation in their first semester so that they can complete the degree in the usual time.
Note: subjects listed as electives are only offered in a particular semester (or year) if there is sufficient demand and the necessary Faculty resources.

 

Year 1

Autumn semester

32516 Internet Programming

 

6cp

32524 LANS and Routing

 

6cp

32547 UNIX Systems Programming

 

6cp

32702 Contemporary Telecommunications

 

6cp

Spring semester

32144 IT Research Preparation

 

6cp

Select 18 credit points of electives

 

18cp

Year 2

Autumn semester

Select 24 credit points of electives

 

24cp

Electives list

32001 Mobile Commerce Technologies

 

6cp

32009 Advanced Routing Principles

 

6cp

32010 Wide Area Network Implementation

 

6cp

32011 Multilayer Switched Networks

 

6cp

32109 Network Analysis and Troubleshooting

 

6cp

32118 Mobile Communications and Computing

 

6cp

32520 UNIX Systems Administration

 

6cp

32521 WANS and VLANS

 

6cp

32523 Operation Systems for Network Security

 

6cp

32525 Web Services Technologies and Applications

 

6cp

32527 Internetwork Design

 

6cp

32528 Network Management

 

6cp

32548 Network Security

 

6cp

32549 Advanced Internet Programming

 

6cp

32934 Research Project

 

12cp

   or

 

 

32933 Research Project

 

6cp

32012 Internet Quality of Service (QoS)

 

6cp

32702 Contemporary Telecommunications

 

6cp

32931 Information Technology Research Methods

 

6cp

Professional recognition

This course prepares students for CCNA and CCNP industry certification.