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14 Seidenberg Graduate ProgramsAs the Internet continues to impact business and society globally, the demand for professionals with the ability to recognize, understand, and develop Internet technology will continue to grow. A Pace Master of Science in Internet Technology gives you the skills and knowledge to lead businesses as they face dynamic challenges. A highly accessible and supportive faculty enthusiastically share their expertise with you in Java technology, Web server operating systems, Web authoring, information security, and many other areas. After fulfilling core requirements, you will embark on a newly designed curriculum that allows you to declare a 9-credit knowledge area in either e-Commerce, Security and Information Assurance, or Network Administration and then complete a 3-credit capstone project. Entering students need not hold an undergraduate degree in a computer-related discipline or have experience in the chosen concen-tration. If you select Internet Technology for e-Commerce or Security and Information Assurance, you can complete your degree online.Electives (12 credits)*Select four from the following:IS 637 IS Project Management 3IT 624 Application Development with .NET and Web Services 3IT 626 Concepts and Structures in Internet Computing 3IT 628 The Linux Environment and Security 3 IT 630 Design and Programming of User Interfaces 3IT 632 Internet Computing with Distributed Components 3IT 634 Introduction to Data Mining 3IT 636 XML Application Development 3IT 638 Introduction to Pattern Recognition 3IT 680 Managing Information Technology Outsourcing 3IT 690 Special Topics in Internet Technology 3* Students may take any Seidenberg graduate course or MAR/MBA/MGT graduate Lubin course from a select list for which they have the necessary prerequisites and the chair's approval.Capstone Project (3 credits)IT 691 Capstone Project I 3Total Credits: 36Currently, both the Internet Technology for e-Commerce and Security and Information Assurance programs are available online. In addition, all knowledge areas are offered as independent advanced certificate programs with the addition of IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks and Internet Technology, and an IT elective.A student who wishes to continue on with the MS in IT after completing one of the ad-vanced certificate programs will be able to do so, provided all other admission require-ments are satisfied. An additional course beyond those required for both the certificate and the degree is required.Degree RequirementsCore Courses (12 credits)IT 600 Overview of Computer Networks and Internet Technology 3IT 603 Overview of Information Security 3IT 605 Database Management Systems 3IT 607 Systems Development and Project Management 3Concentration Options/Knowledge Areas (9 credits) The student is required to select three courses from within one of the following knowl-edge areas for a total of 9 credits.Internet Technology for e-Commerce (Prerequisite IS 612 or permission of Chair)IT 604 Web Development I 3IT 608 Web Development II 3IT 612 Web Server Setup, Configuration, and Security Issues 3 IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3Security and Information Assurance IT 660 Network Security 3IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3IT 664 Computer and Internet Forensics 3IS 641 Information Security Management 3Network Administration CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet 3CS 636 Wide Area Digital Networking 3CS 640 Modern Telecommunications Networking 3IS 650 Telecommunications Management 3Master of Science in Internet Technology

Combined Honours DegreesLOCATION: EXETER (STREATHAM CAMPUS)Italian can be studied alongside anotherlanguage (Arabic, French, German, Russianor Spanish) or with Classical Studies, English, Film Studies, History, International Relations,Philosophy, Politicsor Sociology. ?e Italiancomponent is set out above; for details of thesecond subject, including entry requirements,please refer to the relevant subject's entry. RUSSIANStudying Russian at Exeter gives you afascinating opportunity to learn about a centuries-old culture which has had anenormous influence on our own view of theworld. You'll be able to experience some of thegreat works of literature and art such as Crimeand Punishmentand Eugene Onegin, and some of the lesser-known exciting novels and poemsthat make up so much of Russian cultural life.You'll also have the chance to study Russianhistory, with modules specialising in thetumultuous history of Russia in the twentiethcentury. You'll be learning a language spoken byover 288 million people as their first language:Russian currently ranks fifth in the number of speakers worldwide and it is one of the sixofficial languages of the UN. It is a strategicallyimportant language, not least because Russia is one of the four largest emerging markets(BRIC) in the world today.We aim to provide you with a challengingintellectual training as well as the personal and key skills that are essential for the world of work. We also provide the skills andexpertise for those who wish to pursue furtherresearch. Your year abroad enables you to gaingreater competence in the Russian language, to further your knowledge of Russian cultureand society, and to develop your capacity forindependent learning.Programme DetailsLOCATION: EXETER (STREATHAM CAMPUS)Full details of these programmes can be found in our subject brochure and atwww.exeter.ac.uk/russianYear 1Russian Language: Written and Oral;Introduction to Russian History and Culture;options designed to provide a foundation foryour studies. Year 2Russian Language: Written and Oral;choice of options.Year 3Normally spent abroad: see page 122.Year 4Russian Language: Written and Oral; a choice of options drawing on tutors' specialresearch interests; Dissertation.Combined Honours DegreesLOCATION: EXETER (STREATHAM CAMPUS)Russian can be studied alongside anotherlanguage (Arabic, French, German, ItalianorSpanish) or with Classical Studies, English, Film Studies, History, International Relations,Philosophy, Politicsor Sociology. For details of the second subject, including entryrequirements,please refer to the relevantsubject's entry. SPANISHOur degree programmes give you theopportunity to study an extensive range ofsubjects within the field of Hispanic Studies.We place strong emphasis on the practical useof the Spanish language and you'll be able todevelop fluency in the understanding and use of Spanish in a wide range of contexts. During your studies you'll come to understandthe historical development of Spain and theHispanic world and be introduced to some ofthe finest and most famous works of art andliterature, including the visual arts, paintingand cinema. You'll learn about the disciplines oflinguistics, history and literary criticism, whilegaining an insight into the life of Spain andLatin America that will be of value in itself.If you choose to spend your year abroad in a Spanish-speaking country, we have well-established exchanges with Spanish andMexican universities or you can apply for ateaching placement in Spain or Latin America.A number of Santander Bursaries are availableto help support placements in Latin America.Programme DetailsLOCATION: EXETER (STREATHAM CAMPUS)Full details of these programmes can be found in our subject brochure and atwww.exeter.ac.uk/spanishYear 1Spanish Language: Written and Oral; ?e Hispanic World: Texts in Context;Contemporary Spain: Culture, Society andInstitutions; Latin America: Culture, Society and Institutions, all designed to provide afoundation for your studies.Year 2Spanish Language: Written and Oral;choice of options from topics including Catalanlanguage, history and culture, Latin Americancinema or the post civil war Spanish novel. Year 3Normally spent abroad: see page 122.Year 4Spanish Language: Written and Oral; a choice of options drawing on tutors' specialresearch interests, including Argentineanliterature and culture, contemporary Spanishcinema or women and feminism in Spain;Dissertation.Combined Honours DegreesLOCATION: EXETER (STREATHAM CAMPUS)Spanish can be studied alongside anotherforeign language (Arabic, French, German, Italian or Russian) or with Classical Studies,English, Film Studies, History, InternationalRelations, Philosophy, Politicsor Sociology.Students take the core language modules and a number of foundation/option modules.For details of the second subject, includingentry requirements,please refer to the relevant subject's entry. Modern Languages 125 Seidenberg Graduate Programs 15Not only does this program enjoy an outstanding reputation, it is one of the very few graduate programs in Software Development and Engineering in the entire New York City area. This advanced program gives you the opportunity to focus on the application of engineering principles to the development process and is distin-guished by a rigorous, in-depth study of the problems of manag-ing, designing, developing, delivering, and maintaining large software systems.As of fall 2011, students completing the MS in Software Develop-ment and Engineering program will be prepared to sit for the exam leading to the Certified Software Development Associate (CSDA) credential developed by the Computing Society of the IEEE, the world's leading organization of computing professionals. Students who successfully pass this exam, will enter the field or continue their careers with both an impressive degree and a highly coveted certification, a powerful combination for professional advancement.All incoming students are required to have an undergraduate or graduate degree in computer science or related experience.Capstone (6 credits)SE ___ Advanced Elective 3SE 785 Software Development Studio I 3 -or-SE 701 Software Development Thesis I 3SE 702 Software Development Thesis II 3 -or- SE ___ Advanced Elective 3IEEE Certification** 3**Total Credits: 36*Although competency in programming is required for admission into the program, any student lacking knowledge of the object-oriented paradigm will be required to take SE 602. Credits taken for the preparatory course do not count toward the degree. However, the grade earned is computed into the student's GPA.**IEEE Certification is equivalent to 3 credits of graduate-level coursework.Degree RequirementsPreparatory Courses* (4 credits)SE 602 Object-Oriented Development using Java 4Core Requirements (18 credits)SE 616 Introduction to Software Engineering 4SE 673 Software Design Methodologies 4SE 675 Requirements Engineering 3SE 677 Software Reliability and Quality Assurance 3SE 679 Contemporary Software Engineering Theory and Practice 4Recommended Electives (12 credits)Software Engineering ElectivesSE 700 Independent Study 3SE 731 Mathematical Modeling of Software Artifacts 1-4SE 735 Data and Document Representation and Processing 3SE 741 Formal Software Development 3SE 745 Concurrent Software Development 3SE 751 Software Validation and Verification Techniques 3SE 760 Introduction to Human Computer Interaction 3SE 761 Human Factors and Usability Metrics 3SE 765 Distributed Software Development 3SE 770 Software Risk Management 3SE 780 Software Development Process Improvement 3SE 790 Topics in Software Development/HCI/Software Management 3 SE 796 Software Research Seminar 3Other ElectivesIS 637 IS Project Management 3IS 639 Information Systems Planning and Policy 3 CS 639 Mobile Application Development 3CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security 3IT 660 Network Security 3IT 662 Web and Internet Security 3Master of Science in Software Development and Engineering