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This programme will train you for advanced technical or managerial roles in computing areas such as finance informatics, information systems, or telecommunications. Read more
This programme will train you for advanced technical or managerial roles in computing areas such as finance informatics, information systems, or telecommunications.

Studying this programme will equip you with:

• theoretical and practical knowledge of key technological and business areas in today’s IT industry and research
• practical skills in research, analysis, realisation and the evaluation of IT systems including the write-up of technical or research documents
• key tools enabling you to enhance and apply your skills in management, design, and the implementation of IT-based solutions to different application domains

You will choose five required modules, a dissertation project and three optional modules from areas such as financial mathematics, telecommunications, interactive systems, social computing or information security.

Core Modules

• Data Mining and Big Data Analytics
• Object-Oriented Programming
• Project Management
• Research Methods
• Software Architectures
• Dissertation Project

Elective Modules

• Computational Methods in Finance
• Computer Systems Security
• Image and Video Processing
• Interactive Systems
• Mobile Communications
• Social Network Analysis
• Social Web Programming

What are my career prospects?

Graduates from this programme will find employment in the IT sector as systems analysts and managers, software engineers, application architects and developers or project leaders. Some students choose to continue as a PhD candidate.

The programme is designed to be industry oriented with the possibility of pursuing in-depth academic studies. You will take five required modules from the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering in addition to the dissertation project. You will also take three options from a wide range of modules offered by the Departments of CSSE, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Mathematical Sciences.

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The web revolution has generated a social interactive environment that creates new business opportunities for enterprises. Many international software development enterprises such as IBM, HP, Microsoft, Google and SAS have their own social computing/media development teams. Read more
The web revolution has generated a social interactive environment that creates new business opportunities for enterprises. Many international software development enterprises such as IBM, HP, Microsoft, Google and SAS have their own social computing/media development teams. Other IT enterprises, such as Apple, Oracle, CISCO and Nokia, own products with social computing functions. Similarly, many national and international companies successfully turn significant profits through social network sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Twitter, Google, Myspace, Amazon, Sina Weibo, TaoBao, RenRen and QQ.

This programme addresses market demand by providing you with training for understanding, managing, developing, implementing and commercialising interactive social media on the internet. It will train you for advanced technical or managerial roles in new interdisciplinary areas of social informatics and internet computing. You will gain:
• theoretical and practical knowledge of key areas of social business and social computing in today’s industry and research
• key tools enabling you to enhance and apply your skills in management, design and implementation of IT-based solutions to social business and computation domains
• practical skills in research, analysis, realisation and evaluation of the technical or research documents in social commerce and social computing

You will complete eight in the first two semesters and a dissertation project in the third semester for a total duration of 18 months. The precise content of your dissertation project will be discussed and decided with your project supervisor and is subject to approval. The department is equipped with specialist lab facilities for operating systems, networking, mobile computing and multimedia technology that will support your learning and research.

Modules

Core Modules
• Cloud Computing
• Project Management
• Research Methods
• Social Media Marketing
• Social Network Analysis
• Social Web Programming
• Dissertation

Elective Modules
• Computer Systems Security
• Data Mining and Big Data Analytics
• Interactive Systems
• Object Oriented Programming
• Social Commerce

What are my career prospects?

Graduates from this programme will find employment research and development engineers, systems developers and project leaders in an IT companies. Some students choose to go on to further studies as a PhD candidate at XJTLU or a renowned overseas university.

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With the rapid advancement of computing technology, there is an increasing demand in the dynamic and challenging environment of financial services for a variety of technological talent to deliver business solutions on a global scale. Read more
With the rapid advancement of computing technology, there is an increasing demand in the dynamic and challenging environment of financial services for a variety of technological talent to deliver business solutions on a global scale. This programme addresses this demand and will train you for advanced technical or managerial roles in new interdisciplinary areas of computational techniques and equip you with financial knowledge to deliver effective business solutions. You will gain:
• theoretical and practical knowledge of key areas of finance and computing in today’s industry and research
• knowledge of the latest technology and applications for the finance industry, such as big data and business analytics
• practical skills in research, analysis, realisation and evaluation of the technical or research documents in financial computing

You will undertake eight modules in the first two semesters and a dissertation project in the third semester for a total duration of 18 months. You will choose these modules based on the subject area of your first degree, such as computing, finance or other fields. The precise content of your dissertation project will be discussed and decided with your project supervisor and is subject to approval. The department is equipped with specialist lab facilities for operating systems, networking, mobile computing and multimedia technology that will support your learning and research.

Students on this programme will study a selection of the following subjects, the actual range depending on their undergraduate programme:
-Research Methods
-Object-Oriented Programming
-Cloud Computing
-Interactive Systems
-Artificial Intelligence
-Data Mining and Data Analytics
-Databases and Data Management
-Data Mining and Machine Learnin
-Software Architecture
-Computer Systems Security
-Accounting and Financial Management
-Financial Markets
-Financial Analysis
-Portfolio Management
-Alternative Investments and Strategies
-Fixed Income and Derivative Investments
-Dissertation Project

What are my career prospects?

Graduates from this programme will find employment as software engineers, database specialists, infrastructure managers, financial analysts, financial consultants, business analysts, system analysts, investment analysts, e-finance architects, credit managers, portfolio managers, business intelligence executives, wealth services officers, and risk management auditors amongst others.

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