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.
With the ability to carry out an independent research-based project, backed up with a wide range of industry relevant modules, the MSc in Computing allows you to showcase your abilities. You start by studying taught modules, either taking a flexible route so you can choose from our wide choice of industry relevant modules or following a more focused route in a specialist area
Con el Master in Cybersecurity, los alumnos potenciarán sus habilidades al adquirir los últimos conocimientos sobre cibercrimen, normativas o fraude online. Con un enfoque práctico y proporcionando tanto capacidades en el área de gestión como en la técnica, este máster inculca al alumno a que llegue a garantizar de forma integral la seguridad de la actividad digital de empresas y organizaciones.
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.
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Computational chemistry is the development and practical application – through high-performance computing – of quantum and classical mechanics (and informatics) to the study of chemical processes ranging from fundamental spectroscopic events in the gas phase to the nature of protein-drug interactions.
Teaching comprises lecture modules, tutorials, and laboratory work. Throughout the first two semesters courses are fully supported by computing and laboratory work. Assessment is based on a mix of formal examinations, course work, various technical assignments and oral presentations. The assessment of the Master Thesis includes an oral examination.
This pathway offers you progression to a wide range of specialist and technical Master’s degrees at the University of Stirling. This programme ensures that you meet the English language and academic entry requirements for entry to a Master's degree at the University of Stirling and other Scottish universities.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Computing qualification offers three study routes to provide you with an advanced level knowledge of computing. The flexible study route allows computing practitioners to pursue their career goals by gaining knowledge, skills and techniques. Alternatively you can choose a specialist route to study either Information security and forensics or Software engineering in more depth.
Designed to support your continuing professional development and provide evidence of your ability to study at postgraduate level, this qualification enables you to develop your knowledge and skills and a professional attitude to the application of those skills. This qualification, typically completed in one year, allows you to choose from a range of modules from our computing postgraduate curriculum either to meet your immediate career needs or to extend your understanding of this broad subject.
Masters in Computer Engineering from ULg take advantage of their abstraction capabilities, rigorous reasoning and skills in computer science, but also in electronics and in various other fields of engineering, to design, develop and evaluate complex information processing systems.
Masters in Computer Science take advantage of their knowledge, know-how and skills in computer science to analyse, design, develop, integrate, benchmark and test complex information systems. Their achievements often consist in implementing complex products or services combining hardware and software. The designed system provides its users the means to best accomplish their professional activities in various sectors such as finance, electronic commerce, medicine, transport, telecommunications, bioinformatics, etc.
Our 3-9 month Innovation and Technology Management programme, provided by the London School of Business and Finance, is designed to transcend industries; as we believe technology and innovation are vital for everyone. To signify the importance of this mantra, you will learn first-hand how to analyse and critically evaluate areas like: the commonality that exists across multiple industries, innovation challenges, configuration needs and how they can impact and organisation performance, as well as how social, commercial, and political aspects change the way these two areas play a role in national and international business.