If you want to move into the computing and information systems field, or if computing plays an increasing part in your role, the MSc Computing and Information Systems is ideal personal development. This postgraduate computing course is designed for people who have little or no previous experience or specific qualifications in computing or information technology, though you should have some related experience or skills that you wish to build upon.
We place emphasis on the effective use, design and development of software for information systems. You will become skilled in programming and learn how to design and implement information systems. Graduates of this computing Masters course will have relevant, up-to-date knowledge, along with the professional and technical skills needed to develop, manage and employ information systems applications in a range of organisations.
What you will study
- Software Development (20 credits)
- ICT Systems Development (20 credits)
- Project Management and Research Methodology (20 credits)
- Principles of Computing (20 credits)
- Big Data and Analytics (20 credits)
- MSc Project (60 credits)
Plus, one optional module from:
- GIS Principles and Practice (20 credits)
- Network Security (20 credits)
- Security Management (20 credits)