What is the cloud? Is it millions of inter-connected servers? Is it the internet? Is it the data, information, processes, and programs that help maintain our high-tech society? The truth is, it’s all that and more. It’s ubiquitous, powerful, and vital to our daily lives. With all the things already in the cloud, from financial transactions to medical files, why not pursue your career future there, too?
At Keiser University, our Bachelor of Science in Cloud Engineering (BSCE) offers the technical skills and abilities you need to succeed in cloud technologies, services, and applications. Your program covers cloud principles, analytical processes, and the development and design of relevant technologies. You’ll gain proficiencies in implementing, managing, and maintaining vendor-neutral cloud systems. And you’ll explore cloud models and services, network and platform infrastructure, deployment, architectural design and solutions, metrics, policy, security, and compliance.
Upon successful completion of this bachelor’s degree program, you will have earned a Bachelor of Science in Cloud Engineering as well as gained skills to:
- Investigate real-world cloud computing problems and offer effective solutions
- Develop, design, deploy, and optimize vendor-neutral cloud systems and technologies
- Analyze the impact of cloud computing on people, organizations, and communities
- Create and implement policy, security, compliance, and best practices in a network and cloud-based environment
- Design, test, and evaluate network infrastructure
- And more!
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Featuring a “Students First” mentality, Keiser University is committed to providing the education students need to excel in their careers and lives—whether in our Bachelor of Science in Cloud Engineering program or one of our many other career-building degree programs. Our commitment to putting students first has led us to offer this program in two formats — on campus or in a hybrid format to allow it to fit into many different types of schedules.
Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our Bachelor of Science in Cloud Engineering program.
Through Keiser’s Bachelor of Science in Cloud Engineering program, you will gain a deeper understanding of the high-tech field of cloud computing as well as the networking, security, and operational insights that go with it. From private business to education to government and public-oriented agencies, you will be prepared for entry-level career opportunities such as:
- Cloud administrator, consultant, or architect
- Cloud support, network, software, or automation engineer
- Cloud security analyst
- Cloud data scientists
If you’re interested in providing cloud-based solutions, optimizing cloud computing, and maintaining cloud infrastructure, this is the degree you need to advance the future and your career.
Contact Keiser University today to learn more about our BSCE program.