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  Cyber Security (Infrastructures Security) - MSc


University of Bristol    Faculty of Engineering

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 Year Full Time / 2-3 Years Part Time
Computer Science (8) Engineering (12)

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Are you ready to take on the exciting world of cyber security? The MSc in Cyber Security (Infrastructures Security) is the perfect programme for you. In this rapidly evolving digital age, protecting our infrastructures from cyber threats is more important than ever. This programme focuses on large-scale infrastructures like energy production, finance, healthcare, and smart transportation. You'll gain a deep understanding of cyber security concepts and learn to apply them to real-world scenarios. With a strong emphasis on practical learning and hands-on experience, you'll develop the skills needed to tackle complex security challenges. Join us and become a sought-after professional in this high-demand field. To be eligible, you'll need an upper second-class honours degree in engineering or a related subject, with programming skills being essential.

About the course

Digital technologies drive economic growth yet create new cyber risks requiring ever more sophisticated solutions. There is worldwide demand for new and innovative approaches to tackle global cyber-threats specific to large-scale infrastructures, from energy production to finance through to healthcare and smart transportation. The cyber security of such infrastructures is paramount - their disruption can have large-scale impacts on society as well as massive business losses. There is a major shortage of cyber security professionals globally, and the specialist nature of critical infrastructures makes the problem even more acute.

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Entry Requirements

An upper second-class honours degree or international equivalent in engineering preferably computer science, electrical or electronic engineering or a related subject. Other disciplines will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Applicants must demonstrate academic experience in programming with a minimum of two modules at 60%, or international equivalent. This can be through one module in the first year and a minimum second module in year two or onwards.

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