About the Course

Mobile is fast becoming the primary window to the Internet for most consumers. The adoption of smart mobile devices has empowered a new era of IT-enabled business models that can either potentially disrupt traditional businesses or be leveraged for a new phase of growth and opportunities.

The rise in Mobility resulted directly from the phenomenal mobile penetration globally. Along with this huge reach, primary environment for Internet access would be moving away from the desktop to the mobile devices in the next few years. At the same time, successful businesses would have transformed themselves to position mobile as one of their primary channels with consumers.

The Specialist Diploma in Mobile Computing is designed for all who understand Mobile Technologies and is forward-looking to leverage Enterprise Mobility and create new value for businesses. The objective is to equip participants with the relevant technical knowledge and expertise to design, develop and manage mobile strategies, services and applications either as start-ups, SMEs or for the enterprises.

The course emphasizes a practice-oriented approach in training and covers the latest technologies, platforms and trends in mobile computing. Training will be delivered using a combination of lectures, practical workshops, classroom discussions, case studies and e-learning.

What You'll Study


Participants will be awarded the following two Post-Diploma Certificates (PDCs) who meet the assessment and attendance requirements for all the respective modules under each PDC.


Post-Diploma Certificate in Smart Device Application Development

  • Mobile Usability Design
  • iOS Application Development
  • Windows Apps Development
  • Fundamentals of Cyber Security


Post-Diploma Certificate in Mobile Enterprise and Security

  • Android Application Development
  • Cross Platform Mobile App Development
  • Enterprise Mobility
  • Mobile Security



Nanyang Polytechnic will award the Specialist Diploma in Mobile Computing upon successful completion of the two PDCs.