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MSc in Computing (Information and Knowledge Management) DT228A & DT228B

Course Description

The MSc in Computing (Information and Knowledge Management) programme focuses on producing computing graduates who will be able to design and manage the building of the information and knowledge infrastructure organizations need to compete in the emerging global digital economy. This is an area of massive relevance to Ireland’s emerging knowledge-based society and supporting knowledge economy.

The programme aims to produce graduates with knowledge and practical skills to effectively design and manage projects which use ICT and knowledge management techniques to develop and leverage the information and knowledge infrastructures and assets required by modern enterprises.

Entry Requirements

Applicants are to have experience of the issues involved in designing and implementing technological solutions for problems from a simple to moderate degree of complexity in either an industrial or an academic context. The minimum admission requirements for entry to the MSc programme are a B.Sc. (Honours 2.2. or better) in Computer Science. However applicants with other qualifications and relevant experience may also be considered as exceptional cases.

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