These are mandatory and all come with course.
Software engineering brings together the disciplines of computer science and information technology.
The Massey Bachelor of Information Sciences (Software Engineering) gives you a highly-practical and sought-after qualification that is practice-focused and industry-relevant.
Studying software engineering will see you gain the knowledge, tools and practical skills to be able to design, construct, test and maintain large software applications.
The Bachelor of Information Sciences (Software Engineering) is a joint major which means that you will study aspects of both computer science and information technology.
Your learning will focus on:
Employers are always seeking increasing numbers of staff. Look at the SEEK website to see the demand for ICT professionals in New Zealand.
Software engineering is a high demand area, including jobs for developers, architects, software testers, user requirement specialists and business analysts.
As well as network security, project management and data/databases.
An exciting part of the joint major is the team project in the third year, when you will work together with other students to create a new application.
You can change your major within the degree up until the end of your first year.
Note: July start will take 3.5 years to complete.
|Cost of living
|1 bed room
Improve your English language skills without taking an IELTS test. You could get direct entry to a Massey degree with the university's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses.
|English for Academic Purposes 1
|English for Academic Purposes 2
|5.0 overall (all bands 4.5 or above)
|5.5 overall (all bands 5.0 or above)
|40 overall (3 in reading & listening, 13 in speaking & writing)
|50 overall (5 in reading & listening, 15 in speaking & writing)
|Foundation Studies – entry requirement equivalent to IELTS 5.5 overall
|Direct entry into University - entry requirement equivalent to IELTS 6.0 to 7.0 overall
To be admitted to an undergraduate qualification, applicants will need a minimum level of academic achievement from school, or another university or tertiary institution.
The specific level depends on which country or region of the world they are from.
If you don't have the skills or qualifications you need to be accepted into your chosen study, you can do foundation qualifications.
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