The general aim of the programme is to equip graduates from Computing, Computer Science and Computing related courses, with the theory and skill-sets required to develop practical solutions to problems on Internet platforms, with consideration to both client-side and server-side development strategies.
The MSc in Computing is designed to give students knowledge and skills of development of systems in the domain of E-Commerce. The course will be split into a number of different courses. There is a pre-requisite of having studied or extensively used an Object-Oriented Programming language, such as Java or C++, before coming on the course. Students also should have some experience of relational databases. Students whose first language is not English will have to meet a University College requirement for language (IELTS 6.5, or higher, or TOEFL 570/230, or higher).
Application forms may be requested from the Admissions Office, or the International Office (for overseas students) at Canterbury Christ Church University College. (See the Web page for more information: http://www.cant.ac.uk/)
The part time route is generally not available for overseas students.
Details of fees and an on-line application form are available from the website listed (follow links to Admissions)
A good honours degree in Computing or IT
Recipient: Canterbury Christ Church University
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