Introduction

The MSc degree programme in Information Technology (IT) can be studied full-time on-campus as well as part-time online. It is a suitable programme for individuals with, or without a computing science background.

This programme is particularly attractive to those from an Arts and Social Sciences background as well as those who have studied in other branches of the physical sciences who wish to develop Information Technology skills, either to change direction or simply to "add value" in their existing area of expertise.

This is a well-established and highly regarded programme which allows you to develop skills in web and applications design, including key aspects of security.

Key areas of IT administration are examined while still providing a grounding in programming and software development. It has consistently evolved to reflect changes in technology and the demands of industry so you can be assured of a current degree programme.

The programme takes 12 months to complete full-time and 27 months for those studying part-time (30 months for those who start in January).

Individual units are available for continuous professional development Individual Subject Study (ISS) by arrangement. Email us for more information.

Key Programme Information

At a Glance

Learning Mode
On Campus Learning or Online Learning
Degree Qualification
MSc or ISS
Duration
1 Year / 2 Years, 3 Months / 2 Years, 6 Months
Study Mode
Full Time or Part Time
Start Month
September or January