Software Engineering with Management Studies PgDip-MSc

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  • Objectives
    It will equip you with an advanced knowledge of the latest methods and tools for software engineering, enabling you to choose and follow an approach to software development that delivers the optimum result in terms of cost, time and software quality. At the end of the course you will have the skills to make an effective contribution as part of a team building software systems. In response to the needs of the industry, this course is offered with a management studies option. This innovative new combined course will enable you to develop key business and management skills and is ideal for students with a background in IT/computing who wish to specialise in the area of software engineering while also developing the broad skill set and knowledge needed to fast-track their career in leading and managing successful teams and projects.
  • Entry requirements
    Some of the most difficult and challenging problems in industry and commerce are associated with software development. If you are a computing professional and would like to increase your theoretical knowledge of software engineering and practical skills in software development, this course is ideal.
  • Academic title
    Software Engineering with Management Studies PgDip/MSc
  • Course description
    What will you study
    You will study state-of-the-art concepts in software engineering and focus on the fundamental concepts and principles of systems analysis, design, implementation and testing. You will also have an opportunity to improve your practical skills, so that you can plan and conduct complex systems development projects to meet customer needs, and integrate software solutions into an evolving business environment. Throughout the course, you consider the impact of computer systems upon individuals, organisations and the wider community.

    A Research Methods module prepares you for work on your project/dissertation, which is ‘design and build’ in type, often in association with an industrial host, and includes a research element.

    Following the ‘with management studies’ route, you will learn the fundamentals of marketing, finance and/or managing people and organisations, which will set your technical knowledge in a management context.

    Course structure
    Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.

    The full MSc consists of five core modules, three option modules (including at least two management studies options) and a dissertation project.

    Core modules
    -Component-Based Software Engineering
    -Developing Object-Orientated Solutions
    -Requirements Engineering and Management
    -Research Methods
    -Software Engineering Tools
    -Project/Dissertation (MSc Only)

    Option modules
    -Broadband and Mobile Networks
    -Building E-Business
    -Corporate Data and Database Management
    -Digital Communications
    -Electronic Commerce Technologies
    -Enterprise Networking
    -Geographical Information Fundamentals
    -Internet Map Services
    -Internet Wireless Networks
    -Knowledge Management
    -Location-Based Services, Applications and Technologies
    -Multimedia Communications
    -Network Design and Management
    -Network Operating Systems
    -Network Security
    -Programming in Java
    -Projects and Risk Management
    -Secure and Dependable Computing
    -Software Quality Assurance
    -Spatial Information Analysis and Modelling
    -Strategic Information Systems for E-Business
    -TCP/IP Networks
    -Usability Engineering
    -Visualisation and Image Processing
    -Wireless Communications
    -Web Development in Java
    -IT and Entrepreneurship

    Management Options
    -Finance Resource Management
    -Managing People and Organisations

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