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  • Objectives
    It has been designed to provide specialism in the areas of digital media, security and e-business and business process management. Students will specialise in the area of their choice for 25% of the course and will do a project in the area of their specialism.
  • Entry requirements
    This new and exciting programme is designed for graduates with a good first degree, who have had no formal academic training in computing. It is especially useful for those with an interest in getting into the IT-related job market, or who are already working in the area but would like formal training and up-to-date skills.
  • Academic Title
    Information Technology with E-Business, MSc
  • Course description
    On successful completion of this programme students should be proficient in the development of internet, web and database technologies. They will also have developed the project management skills required for IT consultancy and strategic decision making.

    Core courses

        * Project and Dissertation – a substantial individual project of your choice
        * Applications Development
        * Systems Planning and Management
        * Interaction Design
        * Systems Analysis
        * Internet and Web Technologies
        * Internet and Intranet Technologies – Enterprise Systems
        * Information Technology with Digital Media
        * Information Technology with Security
        * Business Data Security
        * Audit and Security
        * Information Technology with E-Business
        * Strategic IT for E-Business

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