This programme provides an advanced course of instruction in the techniques, technologies and methods used in managing and implementing information technology systems. It seeks to widen and deepen understanding of computing technologies and covers the high-level concept that enables the effective management and exploitation of IT.
These postgraduate courses have been designed specifically for people working in the IT industry and for technical graduates.
There is something here for everyone: high-level strategy and design: in-depth technical specialisations; management and planning of IT project: and services.
Modules include reviews of technologies and cover business and management issues relevant to the sector. Other modules have a more technical focus, providing graduates with hand on skills. There is also an emphasis on transferable skills, such as research, critical analysis and problem-solving, in preparation for the specialist project that completes the MSc.
The modular design of the programme means that they can be approached with different aims in mind and there is clear flexibility for change. Many people have the MSc as their goal from the outset, but others will be content to study towards Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits) or Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits) or just to study one or two modules to supplement their record of continuing professional development
What you will study
- Intelligent System (20 credits)
- Modem Database Systems (20 credits)
- Systems Theory & Practice (20 credits)
- Research Skills for Business and Management (20 credits)
- Enterprise Infrastructures (20 credits)
- IT Projects & Services (20 credits)
- MSc Project (60 credits)
Duration and mode of study
The MSc will be offered on a part-time basis and it is expected that you will normally complete the MSc in 2 years. The MSc will be taught on Friday and Saturdays throughout the academic year and over 4 semesters.
The normal entry requirement; for the MSc degree is an honours degree in IT/Computing or a related discipline. Candidates with different qualifications, demonstrable technical skills and relevant experiences will be considered on an individual basis.
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