Computing and Mathematical Sciences, MSc by Research

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  • Objectives
    The aim of this programme is to provide technology-based graduates with the opportunity to develop an area of technological expertise through a major research project leading to a Master's degree qualification. It also gives students understanding and skills in the methodology of research and the experience of a critical investigation of an approved topic at a high level.
  • Academic title
    Computing and Mathematical Sciences, MSc by Research
  • Course description
    Taught courses are chosen from the School’s broad portfolio and should be appropriate to the student's project area. They must include a course on research methodology as the basis for their project.

    The project itself is one of the student's free choices, within the constraints imposed by their education, training, experience and research supervisor. It is designed to be very practical, to be given more time than is traditionally allowed and to emphasise the work-based aspects of the subject matter. The School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences also has MPhil/PhD opportunities.

    Entry Requirements

    A good first degree or equivalent in mathematics, computing or engineering. Candidates with relevant learning and experience at the appropriate level may wish to offer themselves for Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL)

    Career Options

    This MSc provides the student with significant skills in the undertaking of a substantial independent piece of research and will enable successful graduates to extend their research skills at a higher level in industry or academia

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