The MSc Mathematics (which includes statistics) allows you to build on your undergraduate studies, enabling you to make the transition from learning mathematics to creating mathematics.
Our course is a blend of theory and application, and is also strengthened by a supportive and friendly academic team which includes a world leading professor in Cybermetrics – the study of web-based content for social science research using techniques that are not specific to one field of study. The most recent government research assessment exercise rated our Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group joint first in the country for the quality of its publications.
Excellent career opportunities will be open to you in education, operational research, statistics, information analysis, financial advising, actuarial work and accountancy, and even specialist areas such as cryptography and its relation to internet security.
The postgraduate courses in computer science have been developed to keep abreast of new technologies. Studying a degree in this area enhances knowledge gained at undergraduate level and ensures that your career prospects are developed in line with the fast paced nature of this modern industry.
Your programming techniques will become enhanced with study at postgraduate level, and you will develop an awareness of both current and emerging technologies within your chosen specialism. On completion of your studies, you will be able to approach a variety of high level roles with confidence, in areas such as the creative industries, product design, the games industry, education, systems analysis and programming.
The MSc in Computer Systems Security is unique in that it helps you gain knowledge and understanding of the threats faced by operating systems, applications and networks, and the appropriate countermeasures.
A growing need for professionals in the area of computer security means your employment prospects are improved by studying this course.
If you are already in employment, the programmes will enhance your academic and professional profile, enabling you to accelerate your career and access roles at a higher management level.
The Faculties Information Systems courses will help you enter, or pursue in a greater capacity, careers such as business analyst, strategic business advisor, sustainability co-ordinator, e-business manager and change manager. Our MSc Strategic IT Management course is flexible and designed for IT Management professionals seeking to progress their careers at a senior management level.
It aims to meet the needs of computing professionals, managers and consultants who deal particularly with organisational change and strategic issues in the context of information within an organisation. The award offers a choice of options, enabling you to create a programme to suit your individual interests, or to meet your employers’ needs.
The MSc IT Management course is ideally suited to you if you have limited, or no experience in IT management, or if you are an existing IT practitioner seeking to enhance your IT management skills. You will develop IS/IT management competence, in order to apply and embed information management and technology into business contexts, and be able to integrate advanced theoretical concepts with contemporary and relevant applications
|Our Postgraduate Courses|
|MSc Information Technology Management|
|MSc Information Technology|
|MSc Computer Science|
|Postgraduate Certificate Information Technology|
|MSc Web and Mobile Application Development|
|MSc Human Computer Interaction|
|MSc Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics|
|MPHIL/PhD Postgraduate research in Computer Science|
|MPHIL/PHD Postgraduate research in Computing and Mathematics by Distance Learning|