International School of Software, Wuhan University
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|International School of Software, Wuhan University|
|Dean||Huaibei Zhou (周怀北)|
|Location||Wuhan, Hubei, PRC|
The International School of Software at Wuhan University was established in March 2002. The school is administered independently and has put an emphasis on internationalized education.
The school is involved in research and application development in software engineering, spatial information systems and digital engineering, multi-media digital technology, digital art design, visualization technology, information security, software reliability, quality assurance software systems, software development tools and environment, biological information engineering, financial information systems, software development, and IC design.
Time Duration: 4 years Total Credits Required: 155
Graduate Majors: Software Engineering, Spatial Information & Digital Techniques, Digital Arts & Game Design, Communication Software & Protocol Engineering, Bioinformatics, Financial Information Engineering, Integrated Circuit Design & Applications.
Time Duration: 2 years – 3 years Total Credits Required: 40
Software Engineering: Mathematical Modeling & Optimization, Database Principles & Applications, Object-oriented Program Design, Software Procedure Management, Software System Structure, Linux Analysis, Database & Data Studies, Software Development Model.
Spatial information and digital design: Web-based spatial information technology, GIS information technology, GPS technology, Simulation and virtual reality technology, Spatial Database, 3S Integration and Application.
- "Introduction". Retrieved August 28, 2012.