The programme allows you to study full-time over one year or part-time over two years. You can start in September or January.
Theory and lab-based classes will provide you the opportunity to develop your knowledge of a wide range of network computer theory and practice, and how this can be used in creating effective network systems and structures for use in the real world. Learning and teaching incorporates lectures, seminars, tutorials, presentations, group projects, workshops and practical laboratory sessions, supported by an extensive suite of labs staffed by experienced staff.
Throughout the course, great emphasis is placed on the practical development of work, with a significant portion of your time being spent on assisted lab tasks, which may involve configuring devices and troubleshooting networks or seminars discussing emerging technologies. Regular external talks, by our academic and research staff, as well as visiting lecturers, bring you the latest issues on a wide range of topics, which have recently covered software defined networks and social engineering.