Computer Science - Web Technology (Master's by Coursework)

Program Code

CS727

About Courses

Master of Computer Science (Web Technology) is to change the direction of the country’s landscape-oriented Web technology users (technologyuser) to the inventor (technology-creator). Technology users only use the existing infrastructure, while the inventor of the technology is able to create, modify and develop appropriate applications and platforms. Therefore, this program is structured to produce versatile graduates characterized by techno-entrepreneurs who will propel Malaysia to become a highincome developed countries and relevant to the objectives of the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2015-2025. The main goal of this program is intended to meet the challenges and demand for local and international markets to produce experts in the context of Web technology.

Mode of Program

Full Time / Part Time

Duration of Study

  • Full Time : 3-4 Semesters
  • Part Time : 4-8 Semesters

Classes are conducted on weekday evenings and Saturday

Entry Requirements

  • Academic Qualification
    • Applicant must have a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in a relevant field of study from a university that is recognized by the University Senate and the Malaysian government.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • a TOEFL certificate with a score of at least
    • 550 for (paper based), or
    • 213 (computer based), or
    • 79-80 (IBT), or
    • an IELTS certificate with at least Band 6.0

*Any other English language certificates other than TOEFL and IELTS are NOT accepted by the university.

 

Courses Offered

  • Semester 1, Year 1
    • Web Economics
    • Web Architecture
    • Seminar in Computer Science
    • Elective 1
    • Research Methods in Computing

  • Semester 2, Year 1
    • Web Technology and Engineering
    • Advanced Data Organization
    • Search Engine and Web Navigation
    • Reading in Computer Science
    • Elective 2

  • Semester 3, Year 2
    • Data Visualization
    • Web Intelligence
    • Computing Project

  • Electives
    • Interactive Computing
    • Network Society and Internet Culture
    • Virtual Environment
    • Adaptive Semantic Web
    • Web Information Security
    • Usability Engineering
    • Ethics and Cyber Law

 

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