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University of Huddersfield, Full Time Masters Degrees in Computer Science

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If you've got an undergraduate degree and are passionate about training to become a secondary school Computer Science teacher, then studying our PGCE Secondary Education with QTS (Computer Science) could be for you. Read more
If you've got an undergraduate degree and are passionate about training to become a secondary school Computer Science teacher, then studying our PGCE Secondary Education with QTS (Computer Science) could be for you. You'll develop your subject specialist knowledge alongside hands-on classroom experience.

A significant amount of your learning will take place whilst on placement within one of our partnership schools.You'll benefit from being able to observe experienced teachers, gain practical hands-on experience and mentoring to help you develop into an outstanding and successful teacher.

Computer Science a particularly interesting subject to teach and pupils show enthusiasm for learning in the subject. You'll learn how to plan and teach effective lessons that equip pupils to use computational thinking and creativity to understand and change the world. You'll teach principles of information and computation, how digital systems work and help pupils to put this knowledge to use to create programs, systems and a range of content.

Our course is designed to prepare you to teach in secondary school settings. Successful completion of your PGCE course prepares you to start your first teaching year (NQT year) within a secondary school or 16-19 setting.

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A Master's by Research (MSc) allows you to undertake a one year (full-time) research degree. It contains little or no formal taught component. Read more
A Master's by Research (MSc) allows you to undertake a one year (full-time) research degree. It contains little or no formal taught component. This type of study gives you the chance to explore a research topic over a shorter time than a more in-depth doctoral programme.

Research Master's students choose a specific project to work on and have a greater degree of independence in their work than is the case with a taught Master's course.

You'll be expected to work to an approved programme which you will develop in conjunction with your supervisor within the first few months of starting your studies.

Whilst undertaking the research project you will also have the opportunity to develop your research skills by taking part in training courses and events. The approved programme of training and research combines advanced study, research methodology and a substantial research project, or series of research projects in a chosen field.

You will be appointed a main supervisor who will normally be part of a supervisory team, comprising up to three members to advise and support you on your project.

At the end of the project you write up your findings in the form of a short thesis not normally exceeding 25,000 words (excluding ancillary data), which will then be examined.

On successful completion, you will be awarded your degree and if you have enjoyed this taste of research you may then decide to apply for the full research doctoral degree (PhD).

Computing has a vibrant and rapidly growing research community with expertise in diverse areas, for example visualisation, information and systems engineering, and intelligent systems.

Our aim is to research and develop new methods and technology in computer science that will have a real impact on global grand challenges in areas such as transport, health, security and energy.

There is a wide range of topics which can be researched, including the following research areas:

• Artificial intelligence: planning, autonomous systems, knowledge representation and reasoning

• Information systems: Web-based information systems, semantic web, big data

• Human-Computer Interaction: visualisation, computer games

In the past, research has been conducted in collaboration with prestigious national and international partners from academia (e.g. Oxford, UCL, Bristol, Newcastle, Stanford, Bologna, VU Amsterdam, Vienna) and industry (e.g. British Telecom, IBM, Schlumberger).

You are advised to take time to investigate the University's website to find out more details about the research we conduct. Please visit the Research section of the website to take a look at the information there.

To find out about the staff in this subject area please visit the subject area page, or alternatively, to look at profiles of any of our academic staff, you can visit our academic staff profile page.

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Today organisation's critical work systems are linked to the information technology (IT) that supports them. Read more
Today organisation's critical work systems are linked to the information technology (IT) that supports them. The growth of the internet and mobile industries as IT environments for commercial transaction and information exchange has placed additional burdens on IT teams in organisations, requiring that developers be aware both of the infrastructure of the internet/mobile networks and the enabling web/mobile technologies. The deployment of software systems on intranets and the internet is now of significant demand in the computing field and developers and IT managers must have the higher skills to deliver complete, robust hardware and software solutions for these environments.

This perspective reflects the view adopted by employers in the IT industry who seek to recruit people that have the required technical competence in the field of applied IT.

The course has been designed to equip computing graduates and professionals with the advanced knowledge and skills to analyse, model, design, develop, implement and evaluate computer-based systems in a wide range of application environments.

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This course focuses on the fast-growing and challenging area of embedded systems and digital electronics, a rapidly expanding area of modern technology. Read more
This course focuses on the fast-growing and challenging area of embedded systems and digital electronics, a rapidly expanding area of modern technology. Its impact and potential are increasingly evident in devices used in commerce and industry. There are expanding applications with enhanced features for end users in industry, instrumentation, health care, entertainment, science and robotics.

This course offers a progression route for graduates who studied electrical and electronic engineering, control systems, computer science or related disciplines with knowledge of immediate relevance to industry.

It is also suitable for more experienced engineers, who require a course to enhance their technical and managerial education. The industrial relevance of the course is of prime importance; it offers flexibility in the subjects studied whilst retaining coherence.

Hands-on experience is gained through a major individual research project.

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Technology is increasingly a key element in effective education and training. The web, mobile devices, interactive white boards, Virtual Learning Environments, blogging, wikis and email are tools that you may be able to use in your teaching. Read more
Technology is increasingly a key element in effective education and training. The web, mobile devices, interactive white boards, Virtual Learning Environments, blogging, wikis and email are tools that you may be able to use in your teaching. But how effective are they at supporting learning? New pedagogical models such as massively open online courses (MOOCs), learning analytics where data is used to analyse and improve learning, and rhizomatic learning are all explained and critically examined.

If you're a teacher, trainer or learning technologist looking to enhance your skills around the integration, research and management of technology to enhance learning, then this course could be for you.You'll explore the use of technology in your particular field, develop technical skills, including blogs, wikis and other social media, deepen your understanding of frameworks and look at how technology can enhance and support learning.A strong interest in developing teaching using information and communication technology is key - being an IT expert is not. The course is tailored around you.Choose from a range of options to match your role, experience or organisation to help you progress as an informed, reflective and inspirational practitioner.

This course combines making a difference in your particular teaching/training context with learning about how to undertake research in a systematic and rigours manner.

Much of your work is project based with outcomes of direct relevance and benefit to your particular teaching or training setting.

A typical participant may be a lecturer in Higher or Further Education, a teacher (primary, secondary, or specialist), a trainer in the public or private sector or a learning technologist.

Titles of work undertaken by students on this course have included:

• Smart Phone and Student in Secondary Schools in Oman

• Using social media for acculturation and psychological adjustment among international students: a case study in northern England

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Information Systems (IS) as a discipline is a combination of IT systems, business analysis, organisational and management theory, psychology and sociology that have found their home in IS. Read more
Information Systems (IS) as a discipline is a combination of IT systems, business analysis, organisational and management theory, psychology and sociology that have found their home in IS. This is largely because these diverse areas are required now in increasingly complex organisational environments.

An organisation's critical work systems are linked to the Information Systems that supports them. In the context of this course we assume the term ‘information system' involves computer technology. However, the course places more emphasis on the human and organisational aspects of IS than on the computer systems that may form part of them.

This course has been developed to deliver the higher level, essential skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a role managing large-scale information systems. It will encourages you to reflect on the bigger picture of information systems management by taking a wider perspective on the strategic challenges that occur.

The course will enable you to develop the skills and expertise required to become an innovative problem solver who can bridge the gap between those focused on IT and those focused on business.

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