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Full Time MSc Degrees in Computer Science, Warwick, United Kingdom

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University of Warwick Department of Computer Science
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Computer science has permeated every aspect of our lives. Our innovative MSc course is driven by our cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, which puts our students at the forefront of the discipline. Read more
Computer science has permeated every aspect of our lives. Our innovative MSc course is driven by our cutting-edge interdisciplinary research, which puts our students at the forefront of the discipline.

The course enables you to develop the skills needed by professionals in many areas of applied computer science, from bioinformatics and adaptive systems to multimedia and high performance computing. In addition to studying a core curriculum, you can choose from a range of optional modules to suit your interests.

Throughout the course, you’ll benefit from our ever-growing partnership with national and international industry. You’ll learn from industry experts’ first-hand experience, broadening your career-based skillset and enhancing your employability. Recent graduates have secured prestigious employment in areas
such as the growing industrial and financial HPC market, but the course also provides a strong foundation for further research.

Course Content

As one of the most established departments in the UK, our focus is on the principles and underpinnings of computer science, an understanding of which will ensure you are able to adapt to change and new developments throughout your career. This long-term view is a key reason why our courses enjoy enduring success with many of the world's foremost employers.

The course has two components - a taught component and a dissertation. The taught component will allow you to acquire expertise and industrially relevant technical skills in cutting edge areas of computer science, including agent based systems, high performance systems, game theory and bioinformatics, as well as experience of project management, academic writing and scientific method.

The taught component is complemented by a dissertation project, undertaken primarily in the second half of your course, which offers the opportunity to specialise and explore areas of interest in greater depth. Your dissertation may be entirely research focussed or directed towards the application of advanced topics. Crucially, there is always scope for commercial support from a wide range of industrial partners, giving you the chance to establish industrial links during your course.

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University of Warwick Department of Computer Science
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We welcome applications from qualified, enthusiastic candidates, both from the UK and overseas, to be part of our thriving research community. Read more
We welcome applications from qualified, enthusiastic candidates, both from the UK and overseas, to be part of our thriving research community. It is recommended that you contact a potential supervisor before applying to discuss your research options.

Find more information on the MSc by Research in Computer Science at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/dcs/admissions/postgraduateresearch/

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University of Warwick School of Engineering
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This course provides you with comprehensive training in the essential elements of information engineering and communications. Module options are topical and relevant, encompassing the design of application-specific integrated circuits, micro-electromechanical systems and optical engineering. Read more
This course provides you with comprehensive training in the essential elements of information engineering and communications. Module options are topical and relevant, encompassing the design of application-specific integrated circuits, micro-electromechanical systems and optical engineering.

You’ll also have the opportunity to tap into the world of Computer Science and explore ‘big data’, covering themes such as digital multimedia storage and communications technologies, data analytics and data mining in terms of algorithms, and goals in real-world problems. You’ll also pick up transferable skills for any future study or career, such as project planning and management, ethics, health and safety, report writing, library skills and career management.

Our recent graduates now occupy positions in industries ranging from core network provision through to logistics and software support, in addition to opportunities in data communication equipment and services.

Course description

The MSc degree (totalling 180 credits) comprises eight taught modules (15 credits each), five core modules and three optional modules (see below), along with a research project worth 60 credits (see below).

Core modules

-Advanced Wireless Systems and Networks
-Information Theory and Coding
-Antenna, Propagation and Wireless Communications Theory
-Optical Communication Systems
-Signal & Image Processing

Optional modules

ASICs, MEMS and Smart Devices
Optical Engineering
Data Mining (from Computer Science)
Foundations of Data Analytics (from Computer Science)
Multimedia Processing, Communications and Storage (from Computer Science)

Individual research project

The individual research project is an in-depth experimental, theoretical or computational investigation of a topic chosen by you in conjunction with your academic supervisor. Typical project titles include:
-Network coding for underwater communications.
-Nanoscale communication networks.
-Forward Error Correction for Spectrally Sliced Transmission.
-Routing Algorithm Design for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.
-Logical Stochastic Resonance.
-Design of Radio Devices using Metamaterials.
-Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fibre Transmission.

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University of Warwick Department of Computer Science
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Data Analytics increasingly fulfils a crucial role for businesses and organisations in every sector, from cyber security to retail. Read more
Data Analytics increasingly fulfils a crucial role for businesses and organisations in every sector, from cyber security to retail. Our MSc course is on the pulse of recent advancements in the field, enabling you to acquire the comprehensive and advanced knowledge of advanced topics and methods in computer science, mathematics and engineering that is crucial to a future role in ‘big data’.

You’ll study modules covering topics such as data mining and agent-based systems, and your learning experience will be enriched by our strong links with international industry. While completing your dissertation, you can choose to be paired with an industry mentor who will help you to further explore your professional interests.

Travel is also an option. In your third term, you’ll have the opportunity to study elements of the Advanced Certificate on large scale quantitative data with the ‘Center for Urban Science’ in New York. If this interests you, please specify this in your application. Our graduates meet the increasing demand for experienced data analysts, going on to find employment within a variety of organisations in industry, government and academia.

Course Content

Among the elite courses of its kind in the UK, our programme places as much emphasis on the rigorous mathematical underpinning of data analytics as the application of these principles to real-world problems. This joint emphasis ensures that our graduates enter the professional world with a firm foundation on which to develop a fulfilling career, as well as the analytical skills and knowledge of modern tools that make them immediately valuable to employers.

The course has two components - a taught component and a dissertation. The taught component will allow you to acquire expertise and technical skills in cutting edge areas of data analytics, including computer security, data mining, natural language processing and visualisation, as well as experience of project management and scientific method.

The taught component is complemented by a dissertation project, undertaken primarily in the second half of your course, which offers the opportunity to specialise and explore areas of interest in greater depth. Your dissertation may be entirely research focussed or directed towards the application of advanced topics. Crucially, there is always scope for commercial support from a wide range of industrial partners, giving you the chance to establish industrial links during your course.

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As an interdisciplinary centre we offer relevant modules run by other departments as well as the Centre’s own modules. The list of modules offered is reviewed annually and is dependent on those offered by each department. Read more
As an interdisciplinary centre we offer relevant modules run by other departments as well as the Centre’s own modules. The list of modules offered is reviewed annually and is dependent on those offered by each department.

This MSc provides an exciting mixture of fundamental methods and cutting-edge applications of Scientific Computing. Formal training covers software engineering for both workstations and high-performance computers, and underpinning algorithms. You may then choose a project within one of the many interdisciplinary Scientific Computing research groups at Warwick.

Our interdisciplinary focus gives you access to a breadth of expertise across the natural sciences at Warwick. You will benefit from extra contact time with staff and other students, while also being able to work across departments in accordance with your subject interests. Recent graduate destinations include the financial and IT sector. A large proportion of our MSc students continue on to a PhD programme in a science discipline and others have advanced to roles in IT development, modelling and consultancy.

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The MSc in Cyber Security Engineering is designed for those wishing to develop a career as a cyber security professional. Cyberspace comprises the network of digital devices, used to store, modify and communicate information. Read more

Designed for

The MSc in Cyber Security Engineering is designed for those wishing to develop a career as a cyber security professional.

Cyber Security

Cyberspace comprises the network of digital devices, used to store, modify and communicate information. It is global, interactive and completely changes our environment. It extends beyond the Internet, mediating interaction between individuals and groups.
Our world is increasingly shaped by cyberspace. Opportunities for interaction are emerging in ways, only imagined by previous generations. As the influence of cyberspace in our lives continues to grow, so does the associated security risk.
As organisations worldwide harness the opportunities of cyberspace, they create huge demand for cyber security professionals. Cyber security professionals who can function at various strata within an organisation - server room, operations room, board room - you choose. Their task is beguilingly simple: enable the good and prevent the bad.

GCHQ Certification

GCHQ, the UK government's National Technical Authority for Information Assurance, identified the shortage of cyber professionals as a concern that needed to be addressed. Part of their strategy was to identify cyber security master's courses that would "... help prospective students make better informed decisions when looking for a highly valued cyber security qualification".

Course Content

You will study a broad range of cyber security topics. Some focus on technology, some on people, some on organisations. Insofar as possible, we seek to avoid teaching topics in silos of narrow expertise. Throughout, the practical application of insight is valued equally with abstract analytical skill. The following should give you a sense of the course content:
◾Cryptography
◾Counterfeiting
◾Risk
◾Digital forensics
◾Governance
◾Data protection
◾Network security
◾Intelligence
◾The enterprise cyber perspective
◾Security architecture
◾Industrial espionage
◾Cyber-physical systems
◾Standards and guidance
◾Cyber security research

Teaching Style

Tutors adopt their own distinctive style within their taught weeks. Most modules are taught by more than one tutor, which, together with the wide range of guest speakers, gives real breadth of insight into any topic. The external input is especially evident in the Enterprise Cyber Security module where colleagues from IBM make a substantial contribution to the week's activities.

After You Graduate

Graduates can expect rapid career progression in within a wide range of organisations relating to cyber security in a range of roles.

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University of Warwick Warwick Business School
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Learn to use technology intelligently and creatively to achieve competitive business advantage, and explore technology as an integral part of the management of global organisations. Read more
Learn to use technology intelligently and creatively to achieve competitive business advantage, and explore technology as an integral part of the management of global organisations.

Our graduates work in business consultancy, IT consultancy, CRM and software design, testing and integration, IT project management, IT development, planning and implementation; and as managers in areas such as marketing, products and research, risk management, auditing and sales.

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This degree equips you with the skills to operate effectively in the e-business environment and to manage or lead either the transformation of existing business processes or the creation of new e-business activity. Read more
This degree equips you with the skills to operate effectively in the e-business environment and to manage or lead either the transformation of existing business processes or the creation of new e-business activity. It is suitable for graduates from IT, engineering or science backgrounds. The course is also a good choice if you have a keen interest in technology and how it can be used effectively to promote competitiveness.

Designed for

Our MSc in e-Business Management has been designed for those who wish to operate effectively in the e-business environment and manage either the transformation of existing business processes or creation of new e-business activity.

The course is suitable for graduates from a whole range of science, engineering and business backgrounds as well as those with a qualification in IT.

The Course Provides

The techniques to evaluate and manage strategic development of e-business based organisations and manage appropriate enabling e-business technologies.

You will learn how to evaluate, manage and improve the operational functions of an organisation and apply the concepts of systems integration to the design and development of products and services through market analysis.

Course Content

There are seven core modules in this course and the student can choose 2 elective modules.

Core Modules:
1. e-Business Fundamentals
2. e-Customer Relationship Management
3. e-Commerce
4. Finance for e-Business
5. Information Systems Management
6. Supply Chain Integration
7. Digital Marketing, Software and Techniques

Learning Style

The taught component of the course is a mixture of lectures, seminars, syndicate/group work, practicals, online learning and forum activities. Module leaders are experts in their fields and are supported by external speakers working in organisations at the forefront of their fields.

The taught component of the course is assessed primarily through written assignments, although some modules include assessed in-module exercises. There are no written exams.

Each module will usually last one week.

After You Graduate

e-BM graduates have an ever increasing range of careers to chose from. Alumni often go into IT and e-business consultancy roles, (both self-employed and in large consultancy groups), into e-commerce companies or enterprises with existing or developing online business initiatives. Many graduates chose to go into media companies or take on digital marketing roles.

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