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This programme of study aims to train first-degree holders in computing-related areas into specialists in selected areas of IT and computing. Based on the current expertise in the Department, the programme offers students opportunities for in-depth study in:
The programme is carefully designed to suit the varied needs of different students from different backgrounds and with different career objectives.
Communications using mobile and wireless devices such as mobile phones, PDA s and laptops have become increasingly important in modern life and electronic commerce. Reliable, speedy and secure transmission of information over such devices
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Applicants are normally expected to have a first or second class honours degree or significant experience in computing.
Other suitable qualifications: If you do not qualify for direct entry, you may wish to follow the Graduate Diploma in Computing programme.
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Home of the two-year degree, The University of Buckingham is ranked 1 for Teaching Excellence in the UK. Close to London and Oxford, we offer courses in Medicine, Psychology, Law, Business, Computing, Education and Humanities. The University was established via a Royal Charter and places students at the heart of the learning experience. With Oxbridge-style tutorials, we keep class sizes small to ensure every student can thrive here. Buckingham is also ranked 1 in England for Student Satisfaction (The Complete University Guide).Read more
The MSc Innovative Computing programme is a standard, challenging and exciting degree programme. Its broad course content and structure allows students to realize their IT potential and which aspects of the IT industry they can fit in. Intellectually, so much knowledge is gained from the courses in the one year period.
Lecturers are also very helpful and friendly in pushing students to learn, be creative and innovative and not to give up in times of academic challenges.
With the acquired MSc degree in Innovative Computing, I am being promoted to a better position than I was previously.
All in all, I really enjoyed my studies with the Applied Computing Department and hope to still further my studies with the Department.
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