Dunwoody College of Technology Adds Cloud Engineering Technology Degree Program

“Technology and the cloud, specifically, have transformed the ways we connect, learn and engage in our digital world,” said Rob Bentz, Director of Computer Technology, Dunwoody. “Expanding our computer technology programs with cloud engineering, a degree program that reflects these advancements through traditional learning settings and online options, demonstrates the real-world, industry applications of what our students will learn. This experience will not only provide the hard skills for a successful career path in cloud-based job roles but also the soft skills that mimic the professional settings we’re seeing from industry partners today.” 

Graduates of the program will become experts in cloud solutions from inception to execution. During courses, which require no previous cloud experience at the start of the programs, students will go through training to:

  • Use tools and technologies including cloud architecture, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, SQL, microsystems, and more.
  • Design and secure fault tolerant enterprise networks
  • Implement and manage virtual server farms
  • Deploy, administer, and optimize applications in multiple enterprise cloud environments 

For more information on Dunwoody’s Computer Technology Programs and other Schools that are preparing the next generation of doers, thinkers and leaders, visit https://dunwoody.edu/ or follow the College on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.

ABOUT DUNWOODY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
Founded in 1914, Dunwoody College of Technology is the only private, not-for-profit technical college in the Upper Midwest. Having provided hands-on, applied technical education to more than 250,000 men and women, Dunwoody is the college for experimenters and makers, a place where the curious and the confident learn by doing. Located in Minneapolis, Dunwoody offers a unique campus experience in dedicated labs, studios, and shops that treats students like future professionals from day one. With certificates, associate’s, and bachelor’s degrees in more than 46 majors – including engineering, robotics, design and other STEM-related fields – Dunwoody challenges students to come determined and graduate destined. More information on Dunwoody can be found at www.dunwoody.edu or by following Dunwoody on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

SOURCE Dunwoody College of Technology