UOW Knowledge Series presents thought leaders discussing a wide range of participating matters in varied locations adopted by thought-frightening discussions with speakers and fellow alumni.
Graduates in other disciplines resembling social sciences, media and engineering, with related work expertise might be thought-about. Those who’ve studied alternative disciplines to management or enterprise should take the ‘Foundations of Modern Management’ unit during Induction Week to acquire the background information required for this course.
In this module you will develop an understanding of the design, development and management of large IT projects. You will look at the key components of socio-technical systems and the principle issues around software necessities. You will have a look at object orientated design (OOD) and study approaches to code growth and testing. You will think about the principles of operate point analysis for fault tolerance, and consider the key methods used to plan and manage large software tasks, with emphasis on software metrics and reliability.
Jagdev’s essential instructing space is database programs. She has experience of being a Course Director. Jagdev taught at the Open University for five years and has been external examiner for the British Computer Society (BCS) and Edexcel. She has reviewed conference papers and undertaking proposals for ICS Development Fund Evaluations (2005) and judged summary submissions for United Kingdom Oracle User Group Conference (UKOUG) 2012.
Look ahead to acquiring foundational business data such as Accounting, Economics and Management. As a business technologist in coaching, you will study to harness technological solutions corresponding to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) programs so as to add value to enterprise verticals like Financials, Logistics and Customer Service.