Computer science deals information about computation, software, hardware and computer systems. The field consists of theoretical and practical approaches. Both of them contribute to research of the main important issues that computer science investigates: IT, which deals with computer and other systems, its development, artificial intelligence and mathematics, software engineering, systems and network engineering. Graduates can work in fields related to: manufacturing of computer and information systems, maintenance and sales of them as well as software and hardware developers, e-business and telecommunication networks experts.
In Northeastern’s Master of Science in Information Assurance program, students take courses tailored to their backgrounds. Students with social science and other backgrounds strengthen their technical skills, and those with prior technical experience add to their understanding of the context in which they will apply technology. All students learn about the key issues in information security and how technology can help resolve them.
The UK leads the world when it comes to the games industry, making it vitally important to the future of our creative industries as a whole. Having evolved from being mainly on PCs and consoles, games are now part of our daily lifestyle – accessible on phones, tablets and online, and being played by more and more people. As such, a real demand for well-qualified, innovative game art professionals has developed, with Escape Studios, part of Pearson College London, providing the industry with fresh, new creative talent.
Nano-electronics and Nanotechnology explore how to scale commercially-available logic and memory devices, such as MOSFETs, SRAM, FLASH, and hard disk drives into the future, in which these devices are only a few tens of nanometers long. This field also includes the development of new materials and effects that exploit the inherent quantum mechanical nature of devices at that scale.
The way education is designed and delivered is changing. Technology is opening up new models of learning, new channels, new techniques. At the same time, educational material in all its forms has never been so readily available. The challenge is to design the best possible methodologies for delivering it successfully to learners.This Master of Arts in Technology and Learning Design seeks to equip students with the solutions to that very issue.
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.
This master's degree teaches students how to manage an online campus and training services, to master work instruments and procedures of corporate work on the net, and to master the tools and procedures of audiovisual communication.
This Master aims at providing the theoretical background and the applied know-how for engineers in Mobile Communication Systems. The goal is to tackle the problems from a system viewpoint, taking a vertical cut and following a cross-layer design approach. This corresponds to both the most recent trend in research and to the most desired professional profile for engineers in this field.
The major in Information Systems trains future engineers to create and manage information systems that are a source of competitive advantage for today’s leading companies. Information Systems technologies are in continuous evolution creating new business opportunities as well as new ways of doing business almost daily. Students in the Information Systems major are trained to build technology systems that satisfy business needs while learning to keep an eye on the future to see how business needs might evolve due to new technologies.
The Master’s programme in Global Systems Design enables you to handle modern day business and organisational complexity. You will learn to analyse and model specific business processes as well as complete product-, service- and production systems. You will be trained to develop, simulate and cost-benefit-evaluate solutions and business simplification proposals as well as become skilled in standardisation and automation of work procedures and –processes.
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.
The unprecedented growth in commercial and information management uses of the internet and world wide web is only the visible tip of the vast scientific, computing, technical and engineering developments that are occurring in the field. As a result of this growth, new computer science and engineering disciplines must emerge.