Computer science is no longer focused on building monolithic hardware and software systems. This specialization delivers cutting-edge knowledge about the trending areas of cloud computing and cybersecurity to enable students to design, build, migrate and manage highly scalable and secure computing solutions on the cloud to meet business needs of industry verticals.
 

Program Outcomes

 
Program Outcomes

Acquire knowledge of the key concepts, key technologies, strengths, and limitations of cloud computing and its possible applications.

Program Outcomes

Ability to explain and apply key ideas in distributed and cloud computing to manage cloud-based systems

Program Outcomes

Gain knowledge of cryptography theory and algorithms to design secure solutions for cloud-based architecture.

 
Program Outcomes

Gain ability to configure various architecture and infrastructure of cloud computing and deploy existing solutions onto the cloud

Program Outcomes

Appreciate the core issues of cloud computing such as security, privacy, and acquire knowledge of the interdisciplinary field of digital forensics to analyze security issues in computing systems

 
Cloud Computing and Cyber Security
 

Course Content

 
Semester 1
Theory Practical
Mathematics I    
Physics Physics Lab
Programing in C Language Programing in C Language Lab
Playing with Big Data    
Open Source and Open Standards    
Communication WKSP 1.1 Communication WKSP 1.1 Lab
Seminal Events in Global History    
Semester 2
Theory Practical
Mathematics II    
Basic Electronics Engineering Basic Electronics Engineering Lab
Data Structures with C Data Structures-Lab
Discrete Mathematical Structures    
Introduction to IT and Cloud Infrastructure Landscape    
Communication WKSP 1.2 Communication WKSP 1.2 Lab
Environmental Studies    
Appreciating Art Fundamentals    
Semester 3
Theory Practical
Design and Analysis of Algorithms Design and Analysis of Algorithms Lab
Computer System Architecture    
Web Technologies Web Technologies Lab
Functional Programming in Python    
Introduction to Internet of Things    
Securing Digital Assets    
Communication WKSP 2.0 Communication WKSP 2.0 Lab
Introduction to Applied Psychcology    
Semester 4
Theory Practical
Data Communication and Computer Networks Data Communication and Computer Networks Lab
Operating Systems    
Introduction to Java and OOPS Introduction to Java and OOPS Labs
Database Management Systems & Data Modelling Database Management Systems & Data Modelling Lab
Aspects of IT Security    
Current Topics in Cloud Computing 2    
Impact of Media on Society    
Semester 5
Theory Practical
Formal Languages & Automata Theory    
Software Engineering &  Product management    
Mobile Application Development Mobile Development Lab
Advanced OS    
Current Topics in Cloud Computing 3    
Minor Subject 1: Finance for Modern Professionals    
Logical and Critical Thinking (Philosophy)    
Aspects of Modern English Literature or Introduction to Linguistics (Choose any one)    
    Minor Project I
Semester 6
Theory Practical
Introduction to Machine Learning Introduction to Machine Learning Lab
Cloud Architecture and Deployment Models    
Introduction to Digital Forensics    
Current Topics in Cloud Computing 4    
Minor Subject 2    
Minor Subject 3    
Design Thinking    
Communication WKSP 3.0 Communication WKSP 3.0 Lab
    Minor Project II
    Industrial Visit
Semester 7
Theory Practical
Business Process Management    
Cryptography    
BAO and Cloud Analytics    
Minor Subject 4    
Business Economics    
    Major Project I
    Summer Internship Report Presentation
Semester 8
Theory Practical
Cloud Management & Information Security for Business Domains: Case Studies    
Security Audit and Compliance    
Minor Subject 5    
Professional Ethics    
    Major Project-2 Submission and Presentation
 

Career Opportunities

 
 
  • Cloud Solution Architects
  • Penetration Tester
  • Cloud Security Specialists
  • Information Security Auditor
  • Cyber Security Analyst
  • Cloud Project Management Consultants

Potential Recruiters

 
IBM
accenture
 
AON Hewitt
EY
 

Admissions at a Glance

 
Approaching Deadline

Approaching Deadline

Session Starts August 2018!

Minimum Eligibility

Minimum Eligibility

B.Tech - Class XII – CBSE/State Board/ISCE 70%; IB 30 points

Application Fees

Application Fees

Rs. 1,500

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Admissions

 
Sarita Nisha

"Overall the two years’ experience of learning, un-learning and re-learning has been an enriching one and has helped unleash the hidden energy & sustainability enthusiast in me. The mentorship provided by the distinguished faculties at Great Lakes has prepared me well to face the real world challenges with great zeal and vigor".

- Sarita Nisha, PGPMEClass of 2014

Senior Business Analyst, Evalueserve

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