The discipline is based on the application of existing technology within a field of engineering through the use of basic engineering principles and technical skills. As such, undergraduate and graduate programmes in the field focus primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering to equip graduates with practical technical skills in product improvement, manufacturing, construction or engineering operational functions.
Studying engineering equips students with practical skills to acquire and apply scientific, mathematical, economic, social and practical knowledge to design and build structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes that safely serve as a solution to the needs of society. Combined with knowledge and processes related to technology, programmes in engineering and technology field provide students tools and skills to manipulate materials so to shape and change the physical world to meet needs. Through hands-on training, students are encouraged to come up with creative applications of scientific principles.
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.
Choose Kingston's Communication Design: Graphic Design MA - This course encourages the exploration and understanding of the methods and processes at work in contemporary visual communication, and will further develop your personal practice and approach to graphic design. It focuses on individual research and enquiry and helps you to develop your understanding of the significance of the wider cultural role of the visual designer
Architecture - This course is structured to allow you the maximum opportunity to explore design through the thoughtful engagement with site, precedent and materials, to build upon your previous education and practice, to develop individual strengths, to explore theoretical issues and to gain familiarity with UK practice. The admission criteria are set to ensure that only those with appropriate previous educational achievement within the discipline and who are capable of independent study will be admitted.
This program allows students with some experience in magnetic resonance to acquire advanced knowledge. Students are trained in new techniques which are not yet part of standard clinical practice.
The Master of Molecular Imaging aims at forming international leaders in molecular imaging with this unique program which will be taught in collaboration with the University of Sydney. Students will have the opportunity to undertake courses through both institutions.
This one year M. Sc. programme is designed to produce highly qualified graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of the instrumentation involved in the analysis and characterisation of materials together with a detailed knowledge of Materials Science and Materials Processing. Specialist modules and a specialised research project will allow students to become fully briefed in Biomedical Device Materials and how such materials interact with the human body.
This programme is designed to produce Masters graduates who have an in-depth knowledge of instrumentation involved in Materials analysis and characterisation together with a detailed knowledge of Materials Science, Materials Processing, and Surface Technology.
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.