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This Master’s degree aims to expand your capability and expertise in computing or IT related fields. The course focuses on the underlying theories of computer science and their practical applications in the latest technological developments.
Problem-solving lies at the heart of Computer Science, making this one of the most exciting and forward-thinking courses you can study.
The course will also provide opportunity for recent graduates and early- to mid-career practitioners in the computing industry to enhance their knowledge or move into cyber security.
This Master’s course aims to respond to the demand for data scientists with the skills to develop innovative computational intelligence applications, capable of analysing large amounts of complex data to inform businesses decisions and market strategies.
A Digital Technology for Business MSc can fill in the gaps in your knowledge of database management, software engineering and project management.
If you like the idea of creating electrical systems which could help millions of people on a day-to-day basis, then then studying an MSc in electrical and electronic engineering could be for you.
Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles constitute a modern and timely area in engineering, one expected to expand very quickly in the next few years.
Embedded systems are computing devices that perform dedicated functions or are designed for use with specific embedded software applications.
This course aims to combine traditional and contemporary theory with the practical skills needed for the management of information systems and technology aspects of businesses, thereby bridging the gap between technology and management.
This Master’s degree aims to equip you with the professional and technical skills needed to specify, design, develop, test and implement large-scale software systems in a variety of different contexts and organisational settings.