Informatics is the science of information, engineering of information systems and information processing. It is the multidisciplinary field which deals with the information analysis, its collection, transmission, storage, utilization and dissemination. The field is closely related to computer sciences as well as communications, mathematics, electronics, philosophy, management and library science. Informatics and information sciences became popular since the first digital information devices were introduced. Modern organizations exchange the information using information transmission devices and their programming systems. This results the high demand of IT specialists, who understand the latest information and communication technology issues, develop the software and solve practical engineering problems. The study field also deals with the ways how the information is used and affects human welfare. There are many contributing disciplines, such as computer science, communication studies, complex systems, information theory, information technology, didactics of informatics and etc.
Our course is focuses on putting theory into practice. We have close relationships with many IT and consulting organisations including Ernst & Young, Barclays Capital, SAP, Google, and Deloitte. All value the WBS approach to developing managers with a creative approach to integrated technology. Deloitte, for example, provide insights on the challenges and approaches to client work by running a whole module for us.
This program provides opportunities for motivated and highly qualified students to undertake advanced study and to produce a research-based dissertation. Students will develop appropriate research skills and specialist area knowledge that will enhance their career prospects or allow them to proceed to further appropriate higher degree studies.
Dual Degree MSc Programme in Computing. The first year students attend the MSc of the Yasar University and in the second year they attend the MSc of the University of Reading. At the end of the second year the students are awarded both MSc degrees.
Designed for students who are not able to gain admittance directly into the Master of Computer Information Systems (MCIS) at CSU, the Graduate Pathway will prepare you for progressing to the full-time graduate program by strengthening your academic, English, and GMAT/GRE skills. Successful completion of the MCIS graduate degree program will give you the tools you need not only to jump into a career in CIS but to keep up with the technology as it changes.
Designed for lawyers interested in pursuing careers in the field of information technology and cyber security, the programme trains highly qualified IT Law experts much needed at law firms, IT companies, public agencies, international organizations, and consulting firms. The students will enjoy full access to UT services and full participation in all events of the IT Law Programme.
Upon successful completion of this certificate, the student will be able to apply intelligence processes and procedures in the commercial community. The courses described below are intended to provide foundational knowledge within the certificate.
The Masters of Arts (Writing) course focuses on a wide range of writing genres. In exploring the ways of thinking about writing, the units do more than tell students ‘how to write’. They encourage the development of writing for both electronic and occupational needs. They are suited as well to the more traditional creative and literary needs of writers wishing to publish their work either in print or online. Students explore creative writing, business writing and professional writing and study towards a range of qualifications.
The Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies provides professional, graduate-level academic education in the interdisciplinary field of intelligence studies. The program's core courses impart substantive knowledge and analytic skills required by all professionals in the intelligence community. Students may also pursue concentrated study in functional areas or intelligence sub-fields.
This degree program is market driven and prepares learners to exploit the high demand for IT professionals in various market sectors. It focuses on the development and implementation of information systems and includes topics such as database systems, object-oriented analysis and design, IS architectures, IT project management, security, and computer forensics.
O Mestrado em Engenharia Informática fornece uma formação especializada em áreas inovadoras da Engenharia Informática. São disponibilizados 2 ramos de especialização: Multimédia and Sistemas de Informação e Gestão do Conhecimento
The Graduade Diploma of Arts in Writing course focuses on a wide range of writing genres. In exploring the ways of thinking about writing, the units do more than tell students ‘how to write’. They encourage the development of writing for both electronic and occupational needs. They are suited as well to the more traditional creative and literary needs of writers wishing to publish their work either in print or online. Students explore creative writing, business writing and professional writing and study towards a range of qualifications.
This MSc programme is offered by Surrey's Department of Electronic Engineering, recognised for internationally leading research in multimedia signal processing and artificial intelligence. Our course provides you with up-to-date training in emerging technologies, and is highly valued by industry.