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Hi. This is Faiiaz. I recently have jointed to this Forum.
I have these qualities. Could someone tell me if I am eligible for ACS assessment for Software Developer?
1- BSc. of Applied Mathematics(including 15 credits of Computer Courses: Introduction to Programming, Advanced Programming, Datastructure, Maple).
2- Master of Information Technology, University of Malaya( including these courses: Software Eng., Database, Artificial Intelligence, Multimedia, Network, Foundation of IT, Java Programming, Web-Commerce, Knowledge Management, IT Project Management, Research Method, Master Project(6 credits)).
3- PhD Student in Computer Science(Currently I am having another CS course: Natural Language Processing).
4- One year Java Programmer with working Visa at University (fulltime)
5- One year Java Programmer in Iran (2007-2008)(fulltime, after graduation in Applied Mathematics).
6- Two years Programmer in Iran(2005-2007)(part-time when I was BSc. Student).
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Now, do you think if I can get the approval of ACS assessment?
And, Shall I prepare any resume or job description?
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I don't think it's enough, while it's heavy on education it is light on required work experience years (4 full time years needed), so I think you need about 2 yrs more full time experience before you would pass their assessment.

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Hi. This is Faiiaz. I recently have jointed to this Forum.
I have these qualities. Could someone tell me if I am eligible for ACS assessment for Software Developer?
1- BSc. of Applied Mathematics(including 15 credits of Computer Courses: Introduction to Programming, Advanced Programming, Datastructure, Maple).
2- Master of Information Technology, University of Malaya( including these courses: Software Eng., Database, Artificial Intelligence, Multimedia, Network, Foundation of IT, Java Programming, Web-Commerce, Knowledge Management, IT Project Management, Research Method, Master Project(6 credits)).
3- PhD Student in Computer Science(Currently I am having another CS course: Natural Language Processing).
4- One year Java Programmer with working Visa at University (fulltime)
5- One year Java Programmer in Iran (2007-2008)(fulltime, after graduation in Applied Mathematics).
6- Two years Programmer in Iran(2005-2007)(part-time when I was BSc. Student).
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Now, do you think if I can get the approval of ACS assessment?
And, Shall I prepare any resume or job description?
Thanks

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for masters degree holder as per the new regulations you need only 2 years of work experience in required felid - but it should be recent work experience... if your work experience is recent you are eligible..... 4 years is for degree holders... not for post graduates as per new regulation.... please check ACS Web site for details....

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I don't think it's enough, while it's heavy on education it is light on required work experience years (4 full time years needed), so I think you need about 2 yrs more full time experience before you would pass their assessment.

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for masters degree holder as per the new regulations you need only 2 years of work experience in required felid - but it should be recent work experience... if your work experience is recent you are eligible..... 4 years is for degree holders... not for post graduates as per new regulation.... please check ACS Web site for details....

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