Service-oriented computing (SOC) is an architectural style and methodology for the construction of software systems. This certificate program exposes you to four key topical areas that are important to the understanding and implementation of software systems based on the tenants of SOC: distributed systems architecture, semantic technologies, IT policy and strategy, and enterprise architecture.
After successfully completing the certificate, you will be able to use SOC as a basis for the architecture, design and implementation of systems, and will appreciate SOC as a foundation for numerous applications in business.
- Official college transcripts
- 3.0 cumulative undergraduate GPA
- Coursework or acceptable work experience in computer science and mathematics
- Understanding of the four core areas: basic computer architecture, object-oriented programming, data structures, discrete mathematics
- Fall: June 1
- Spring: November 1
- Summer: April 1
2011 – 12 Tuition
$441 per credit hour
$1,115 per credit hour