MSc Computing The program is designed for both professionals and recent Bachelors graduates. It is suited for professionals with a computing background who want to update their skills and gain breadth in computing covering areas such as system design, hardware, networks, web programming, databases and IT management. The program is also enjoyed by Bachelors graduates who want to progress in their studies in computing at a more advanced level.
Features of the program:
• Designed for working professionals; modules are offered during evenings and weekends • Knowledge and skills developed for team projects and academic research • Focus on developing cooperative learning and working skills • Expanded knowledge of both theoretical and practical areas of computing
What you study:
Contemporary issues in areas of research in computing and modern technologies. The program includes modules such as Computer and Network Security, Database Development, Rapid Development Tools, Networks and System Administration and Project Research and Development. The program allows students an opportunity to fully explore the complex body of knowledge related to the Computer Science discipline, some of which is at the current boundaries of research and development. Students acquire a range of practical, professional and transferable skills to equip them to contribute to their chosen profession, or to pursue further study.
The proﬁle of a MSc graduate meets the demanding and rapidly changing market of new technologies. The program enhances intellectual ability for abstract analysis and synthesis at the postgraduate level for candidate research. The program’s graduates have sufﬁcient technical and interpersonal skills to meet the highest expectations in major projects at the leading edge of computer applications.
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Recipient: Prague College
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