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Robert Gordon University, Full Time MSc Degrees in Computer Science

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This course offers advanced topics in Computer Science to existing graduates in Computing or a strongly-related discipline. Read more
This course offers advanced topics in Computer Science to existing graduates in Computing or a strongly-related discipline. It allows you to gain expertise in the design and implementation of sophisticated information systems that respond to the challenges faced by organisations in areas such as security, big data and cloud computing.

Visit the website: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/computing/study-options/part-time-learning/msc-computer-science

Course detail

This course will produce computing specialists who:
• Have a good understanding of current computing trends
• Are proficient in the use of modern applications and environments
• Are able to match tools and technologies to the needs of commerce and industry
• Are able to integrate these technologies to develop high-quality information systems

Modules

• Big Data Analytics and Visualisation
• Cloud Computing
• Systems Programming and Security
• Data Mining
• Database Security
• Object-Oriented Programming
• Web System Development
• Professional Development & Research Skills
• MSc Project

Format

Throughout the course, content is complemented by practical work, allowing you to support your theoretical development by providing real-life simulation. You will be taught through a mixture of lectures, tutorials, labs and external speakers. You will also be supported through our online virtual learning environment where you can access a wide variety of resources and other support materials.

The individual project provides an opportunity for applying specialist knowledge together with analytic, problem-solving, managerial and communication skills to a particular area of interest within Computer Science. Working with the full support and guidance of an allocated project supervisor, you will be given the opportunity to propose, plan, specify, develop, evaluate, and present a substantial project.

Placements

Students who perform particularly well during their first semester of studies will be invited to apply for a 45-week internship.

Careers

Opportunities exist in the analysis, design, implementation and management of software projects; the development of web applications and services; consultancy work in software architecture, Big Data Analysis and Cloud Computing. Previous graduates have gone on to work as IT consultants, software engineers, network managers/ administrators, database developers/ administrators, and web services developers.

Graduates have also gone on to pursue careers in research and academia.

How to apply

All students can apply online by visiting Apply Online at http://www.rgu.ac.uk/applyonline

Funding

For information on funding, including loans, scholarships and Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) please click the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/future-students/finance-and-scholarships/financial-support/uk-students/postgraduate-students/postgraduate-students/

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The opportunity to exploit Big Data is recognised world-wide and some countries include it in their economic strategies. The UK Government identified Big Data as one of the 8 great technologies which will have a strong impact on growth and the Scottish Government highlights it as an emerging opportunity for Scotland. Read more
The opportunity to exploit Big Data is recognised world-wide and some countries include it in their economic strategies. The UK Government identified Big Data as one of the 8 great technologies which will have a strong impact on growth and the Scottish Government highlights it as an emerging opportunity for Scotland.

Our MSc in Data Science aims to produce specialist data scientists with training in industry relevant data acquisition, storage, warehousing, analytics and visualisation tools and techniques and a good understanding of the needs of industry. The course will prepare graduates in technical disciplines for a career in the design and implementation use of computer-analytics and visualisation solutions for industry.

Visit the website: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/computing/study-options/postgraduate/masters-in-data-science

Course detail

The course will focus on satisfying industry’s demand for data scientists who have the ability to:

• Apply appropriate data science tools and techniques to industry’s data in order to uncover important, previously unknown information only implicit in the data.
• Relate a company’s key performance indicators to a data science problem area in order to focus a data science task.
• Handle large amounts of real-time, non-persistent, data.
• Contribute to business decision-making by effectively communicating (potentially large volumes of) key data visually.
• Understand, clean up, summarise, interpret and manage data.
• Grasp key knowledge about new problem areas in order to communicate with end-users; understand key business needs and processes and identify added value through data analytics.
• Provide user-centred data analytics at an appropriate level.
• Protect and share data as appropriate.

The course will emphasise Big Data, covering not only traditional data management systems but also systems where data and/or its storage is unstructured.

Format

Throughout the course, content is complemented by practical work, allowing you to support your theoretical knowledge with practical experience in data storage, mining, warehousing, visualisation and analysis as well as transferrable skills. You will be taught through a mixture of lectures, tutorials, labs. You will be invited to attend talks presented by highly-experienced researchers, speakers from industry, and members of the BCS (British Computer Society) on a wide range of industry-related topics. You will also be supported through our online virtual learning environment where you can access a wide variety of resources and other support materials.

The individual project provides an opportunity for applying specialist knowledge together with analytic, problem-solving, managerial and communication skills to a particular area of interest within data science. Working with the full support and guidance of an allocated project supervisor, you will be given the opportunity to propose, plan, specify, develop, evaluate, and present a substantial project.

Placements and accreditation

Students who perform particularly well during their first semester of studies will be invited to apply for a 45-week internship.

Careers

The course prepares you for a career in Data Science. Job openings include: Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Visualisation Specialist, Data Manager, Database Designer/Manager, Data Mining Expert and Big Data Scientist.

Aberdeen is home to many multinational oil and gas companies and associated suppliers such as mainstream software houses, IT providers to major oil-related companies, specialist software consultancies, and venture capital start-ups.

The university is involved in a number of commercial collaborations on a local, national and international scale with organisations such as BP, British Geological Survey, Wood Group PSN, Accenture, WIPRO and many Aberdeen-based software development companies.

The course also prepares students for research careers by providing the skills necessary of an effective researcher. Suitable MSc graduates may continue to PhD programmes within the school.

How to apply

To find out how to apply, use the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/applyonline

Funding

For information on funding, including loans, scholarships and Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) please click the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/future-students/finance-and-scholarships/financial-support/uk-students/postgraduate-students/postgraduate-students/

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An increasing number of organisations store, manipulate and communicate valuable and confidential information electronically. However, a number of threats compromise the security of this information. Read more
An increasing number of organisations store, manipulate and communicate valuable and confidential information electronically. However, a number of threats compromise the security of this information.

The MSc Information and Network Security aims to produce computing specialists who are able to design and maintain secure information systems and networks.

Visit the website: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/computing/study-options/part-time-learning/information-and-network-security

Course detail

This course is designed to satisfy the demands of industry and IT providers for software developers and computing practitioners who:

• know the legal requirements of information security and are able to implement current information security standards;
• are proficient in the use of state-of-the-art principles, techniques, tools and methodologies for& the design, implementation and maintenance of secure information systems;
• are able to design and maintain secure computer networks;
• can safely recover an information system or network from a successful security attack.

Modules

- Computer Security
- Database Security
- System Programming and Security
- Network Management (CISCO CCNA)
- Network Security
- Web System Development
- Professional Development and Research Skills
- Project

Format

Throughout the course, content is complemented by practical work, allowing you to support your theoretical development by providing real-life simulation. You will be taught through a mixture of lectures, tutorials, labs and external speakers. You will also be supported through our online virtual learning environment where you can access a wide variety of resources and other support materials.

The course will include industry sessions.

The individual project provides an opportunity for applying specialist knowledge together with analytic, problem-solving, managerial and communication skills to a particular area of interest within the secure information systems and networks. Working with the full support and guidance of an allocated project supervisor, you will be given the opportunity to propose, plan, specify, develop, evaluate, and present a substantial project.

Placements and accreditations

Students who perform particularly well during their first semester of studies will be invited to apply for a 45-week internship.

Careers

The course prepares you for a career in information and network security. Job openings include: IT security engineer, information and data security analyst, network manager, IT security developer, IT risk and fraud specialist and e-business security analyst.

Aberdeen is home to many multinational oil and gas companies and associated suppliers such as mainstream software houses, IT providers to major oil-related companies, specialist software consultancies, and venture capital start-ups.

The university is involved in a number of commercial collaborations on a local, national and international scale with organisations such as BP, British Geological Survey, Wood Group PSN, Accenture, WIPRO and many Aberdeen-based software development companies.

The course also prepares students for research careers by providing the skills necessary of an effective researcher. Suitable MSc graduates may continue to PhD programmes within the school.

How to apply

To find out how to apply, use the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/applyonline

Funding

For information on funding, including loans, scholarships and Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) please click the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/future-students/finance-and-scholarships/financial-support/uk-students/postgraduate-students/postgraduate-students/

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The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects in cyber security, enabling students to learn how to create and manage secure computer systems. Read more
The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects in cyber security, enabling students to learn how to create and manage secure computer systems.

It allows those who wish to apply their knowledge and expertise in a technical environment to develop the cyber security skills required to develop and maintain secure computer systems and the computing skills needed to match software solutions to the needs of business. The course is suitable for graduates wishing to transition into an IT career from other disciplines, as well as for candidates wishing to extend their existing IT experience with a formal Computing qualification.

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The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects network management, routing and switching taught by Cisco-accredited trainers in our state-of-the art Networking labs. Read more
The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects network management, routing and switching taught by Cisco-accredited trainers in our state-of-the art Networking labs.

It allows those who wish to apply their knowledge and expertise in a technical environment to develop the computing and network management skills needed to match software solutions to the needs of business. The course is suitable for graduates wishing to transition into an IT career from other disciplines, as well as for candidates wishing to extend their existing IT experience with a formal Computing qualification.

You will learn how to design, implement and manage computer networks, as well as to develop software, database systems, and web applications. In addition, you will acquire the research and development skills required to undertake a sustained piece of network management or software development project work. The course is designed to provide the core knowledge and skills required to work in industry, using network configuration, analysis, troubleshooting and diagnosis tools as well as software development tools and techniques.

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The course will prepare graduates in technical disciplines for a career in the design and implementation of information technology solutions and service management in the Oil and Gas industry and its IT providers. Read more
The course will prepare graduates in technical disciplines for a career in the design and implementation of information technology solutions and service management in the Oil and Gas industry and its IT providers. 2015/16 entry free places available for Scottish/EU Students.

This course provides training in software development tools and techniques and IT service management as well as Oil and Gas Engineering and Geoscience.

Visit the website: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/computing/study-options/part-time-learning/it-for-the-oil-and-gas-industry

Course detail

This course will produce computing practitioners who:
• have a good understanding of the Oil and Gas Industry.
• are able to align IT services with the needs of the Oil and Gas industry and its IT providers.
• are proficient in the use of modern software tools and environments;
• are able to integrate the use of these IT tools and techniques in the framework of an appropriate development methodology to develop high quality software solutions.

Modules

• Data management
• Oil and gas Engineering
• IT Infrastructure and Service Management
• O-O programming for Oil and Gas
• Petroleum Geoscience
• Collaborative IT Project
• Data Visualisation and Analysis
• Intranet Systems Development
• MSc project

Format

Throughout the course, content is complemented by practical work, allowing you to support your theoretical development by providing real-life simulation. You will be taught through a mixture of lectures, tutorials, labs and external speakers. You will also be supported through our online virtual learning environment where you can access a wide variety of resources and other support materials.

The course will include industry sessions with Oil and Gas companies and IT suppliers.

You will work on a group project designed to simulate the working environment, allowing you to collaborate with colleagues as you would within multi-discipline teams in the Energy sector.

The individual project provides an opportunity for applying specialist knowledge together with analytic, problem-solving, managerial and communication skills to a particular area of interest within the application of IT solutions to problems relevant to the Oil and Gas sector. Working with the full support and guidance of an allocated project supervisor, you will be given the opportunity to propose, plan, specify, develop, evaluate, and present a substantial IT project.

Careers

The course prepares students for a career in IT in the Oil and Gas Industry, both as software developers and service managers.

Aberdeen is home to many multinational oil and gas companies and associated suppliers such as mainstream software houses, IT providers to major oil-related companies, specialist software consultancies, and venture capital start-ups.

The university is involved in a number of commercial collaborations on a local, national and international scale with organisations such as BP, British Geological Survey, Wood Group PSN, Accenture, WIPRO and many Aberdeen-based software development companies.

The course also prepares students for research careers by providing the skills necessary of an effective researcher. Suitable MSc graduates may continue to PhD programmes within the school.

How to apply

To find out how to apply, use the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/applyonline

Funding

For information on funding, including loans, scholarships and Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) please click the following link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/future-students/finance-and-scholarships/financial-support/uk-students/postgraduate-students/postgraduate-students/

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This course provides an opportunity for graduates of non-computing disciplines to develop the specialist skills suitable for a career in Computing with a focus on software development. Read more
This course provides an opportunity for graduates of non-computing disciplines to develop the specialist skills suitable for a career in Computing with a focus on software development.

It allows those who wish to apply their knowledge and expertise in a technical environment to develop the computing skills needed to match software solutions to the needs of business. The course is suitable for graduates wishing to transition into an IT career from other disciplines, as well as for candidates wishing to extend their existing IT experience with a formal Computing qualification.

You will develop skills in software development, database systems, and web programming, as well as the research and development skills required to undertake a sustained piece of software project work. The Information Technology course is designed to provide the core knowledge and skills required to work within the IT industry, using software development tools and techniques to extend and enhance the knowledge and skills of non-computing graduates.

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The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects in software development and business intelligence (data science/data analysis). Read more
The course provides an opportunity to develop the skills suitable for a career in Computing with specialist subjects in software development and business intelligence (data science/data analysis).

It allows those who wish to apply their knowledge and expertise in a technical environment to develop the computing and business intelligence skills needed to match software solutions to the needs of business. The course is suitable for graduates wishing to transition into an IT career from other disciplines, as well as for candidates wishing to extend their existing IT experience with a formal Computing qualification.

You will develop skills in business intelligence/data science, software development, database systems, and web programming, as well as the research and development skills required to undertake a sustained piece of data science or software development project work. The course is designed to provide the core computing and business intelligence knowledge and skills required to work within the IT industry, using software development and business intelligence tools and techniques to extend and enhance the knowledge and skills of non-computing graduates.

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