Courses for Graduates in Computer Science
-MSc Distributed Data Management
-MSc Distributed Systems And Networks
-MSc Human Computer Interaction
-MSc Mobile Computing
-MSc Multimedia Technology
-MSc Software Engineering
On our specialist courses, you study 60 credits worth of advanced, taught core modules defined for your award, 60 credits worth of optional modules, and a 60 credit project in your specialist subject.
MSc Computer Science
On our flexible course for Computer Science graduates, you study 120 credits worth of advanced, taught modules selected from all those offered, and a 60 credit project in computer science.
Courses for Graduates in any Subject
MSc Computer Science
If your degree is not in Computer Science, typically you study 60 credits worth of foundation modules, 60 credits worth of optional, advanced modules and a 60 credit project in computer science.
Our online masters programme is designed to give graduates the up-to-date skills and knowledge sought after by employers, whether in business, industry, government or research.
These courses will prepare you for a career in many areas including research, IT or software development. If your first degree was not in computer science, it will enable you to apply advanced computing techniques to your original discipline or to change career direction into the IT industry.
Our online degree programmes are taught 100% online when studied independently, or supplemented by tutorial support when studied at a local study centre run by one of our online partners (“blended” or “tutored e-Learning”). For more details, please visit our online programmes website. Assessment is 100% by coursework.
You will participate in the learning experience through the University’s on-line learning environment, StudyNet. You will receive learning materials, take part in discussions and submit your assignments online. Additionally, you will receive study resources such as key textbooks and any specialist software. You will have access to the University’s extensive online library facilities, or be able to visit in person if you so choose.
The amount of study time required is no different from that needed for an on campus programme. You should expect to spend at least 30 hours per week if studying full-time, and in proportion if part-time.
Year 1 - full details
-Computer Science MSc Project (Online)
-Distributed Systems Security (Online)
-Human Computer Interaction: Developing Usable Systems (Online)
-Human Computer Interaction: Selecting Usable Systems (Online)
-Introduction to Programming (Online)
-Mobile Standards, Interfaces & Applications (Online)
-Multicast and Multimedia Networking (Online)
-Multimedia Specification, Design and Production (Online)
-Object-Oriented Programming (Online)
-Professional Issues (Online)
-Software Development Tools and Methods (Online)
-Software Engineering Practice and Experience (Online)
-Web Services (Online)
-Wireless, Mobile and Ad-hoc Networking (Online)