New online Postgraduate programmes in Computer Science

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The University has just announced the launch of new master’s programmes designed for online part-time study, providing a first-class postgraduate education wherever you happen to be in the world. We're excited that some of these new programmes are in Computer Science.

Why not choose one of our exciting online postgraduate computer science programmes to build your professional knowledge, expand your technical skills and further your career?

 

Postgraduate programmes in computer science

Artificial Intelligence MSc

part-time/online/30 months

This programme will give you the skills needed to develop, design and evaluate intelligent systems for a wide range of purposes. You will study topics such as machine learning in practice, deep learning and natural language processing, that will equip you with the practical skills and programming techniques needed to succeed within this complex field. 

Computer Science MSc 

part-time/online/30 months

Designed for students from a non-computing background, this programme explores the fundamentals of computer science and software development. You will build your knowledge of key trends and themes within the field, while expanding your horizons with specialist modules in artificial intelligence. 

Cyber Security MSc  

part-time/online/30 months

Achieving a high level of cyber security is one of the greatest challenges of modern society, and there is a significant skills shortage in this field. This programme will develop your technical and problem-solving skills to tackle the broad range of cyber security challenges that modern organisations face. 

Data Science and Artificial Intelligence MSc 

part-time/online/30 months

Designed for students from a non-computing background, this programme will develop your key knowledge and technical skills that you can apply immediately in the workplace. You will learn how to gather and analyse information to make data-driven decisions, and how intelligent systems can be used across a range of contexts.