Faculty of Engineering and Science

Enterprise Architecture Fundamentals

Enterprise Architecture is fast becoming one of the most sought-after skills in the UK IT sector. There is a high demand for suitably qualified professionals.

School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences

Dates: tba

Location: University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, Greenwich SE10 9LS

What will you learn?

The two-day course will provide you with an understanding of the key concepts of Enterprise Architecture and how it relates to business, software systems and IT infrastructure.   You will gain an appreciation of the skills required to work as an Enterprise Architect and learn how to look at things from an architectural perspective in a work situation.  In addition you will understand the role of an Enterprise Architect and how to proceed if you wish to develop a career in Enterprise Architecture.

Topics Covered:

  • Elements of Enterprise Architecture
  • Architectural Styles
  • Frameworks – TOGAF and Zachman
  • Business/IT Alignment
  • EA Styles and Architecture Patterns: Documenting Software Architecture
  • Enterprise Architecture and Digital Transformation
  • Delivery Lifecycles: Agile, DevOps and Waterfall
  • Systems deployment
  • Enterprise Security and Enterprise Architecture

Who is the course for?

  • This course is particularly suitable for anyone who is considering a career in Enterprise Architecture.
  • To benefit fully you should have a strong background in Computing or Information Systems.

Key Benefits

  • This course is taught by an industry expert who has worked as a senior Enterprise Architect for many years.
  • Classes are small allowing for discussion and some tailoring of the course to your individual or company requirements.


To register your interest email: FES-RandKE@greenwich.ac.uk