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Full Time Masters Degrees in Computer Science, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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This exciting. MRes Computer Science. course is designed to give you the opportunity to develop research skills in a computing area that meets your interests and career development needs. Read more

This exciting MRes Computer Science course is designed to give you the opportunity to develop research skills in a computing area that meets your interests and career development needs. It allows you to combine material from any of our taught Masters courses in the computing suite with an extended research project over a one-year period.

Current demands are greater than ever for individuals to attain postgraduate levels of qualification in an increasingly competitive jobs market. As a result, the MRes Computer Science has been designed to meet the needs of students and employers, providing superior qualified graduates to national and international employers.

The MRes is divided into a taught element (60 credit points) and a laboratory-based research project (120 credit points).

This MSc Computer Science course offers the chance to study a range of topics in the computer science area, including principles of system design, software engineering, enterprise computing, computing architecture and applications of artificial intelligence. You will also have the opportunity to undertake an individual project, based on subjects that interest you, as well as research at the University or your industrial experience if you do a placement.

Demand for high-level software engineering skills continues to rise. Employers are finding it increasingly hard to recruit suitably qualified programmers and software technologists and so, with its emphasis on the application of the latest research ideas, the course will give you the skills to enjoy a highly rewarding career in the cutting-edge computing industry.

The MSc is divided into 60 credit point taught modules and the research project is worth 60 credit points.

Modules

  • Major Project
  • Research Methods
  • Advanced Software Engineering
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Service-oriented Cloud Technologies
  • Applied Artificial Intelligence
  • Mobile Interactive Systems
  • Internet Programming
  • 3D Games Algorithms
  • Computer Forensics
  • Robotics and Cybernetics
  • Computer Security
  • Embedded Systems
  • Mobile Networks
  • Network and Cloud Security
  • Wireless Communications

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University of Nottingham School of Computer Science
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The Computer Science MSc is designed for those who have already completed a first degree in Computer Science or a related subject. Read more
The Computer Science MSc is designed for those who have already completed a first degree in Computer Science or a related subject. (If in doubt about whether you meet the entry requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us.) The degree prepares students for highly skilled programming careers in industry and/or research.

Subjects taught within the degree reflect the research strengths of the School of Computer Science, particularly in the mathematical foundations of programming, in automated scheduling and planning, and in interactive systems. The degree aims to bring students to the forefront of research in these areas, equipping them to take leading roles in software development where the demands of reliability and efficiency are particularly important.

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This course provides graduates with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to teach Computer Science and ICT at secondary level. Read more
This course provides graduates with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to teach Computer Science and ICT at secondary level. Time is spent in the University and in classroom placements, ensuring that by the end of the course, trainees are confident professionals ready to begin teaching in secondary schools.

Qualifications

The award is offered at three levels. All are recognised teaching qualifications, but the postgraduate awards will allow fast-track entry to Masters courses:
1. Professional Graduate Certificate in Education
2. Postgraduate Certificate in Education

The choice of which qualification to take will be made while on the course, successful completion of which will lead to recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

What will I study?

The course aims to develop an understanding of ICT and computer science, the principles involved in the teaching and learning of the subject across the full age and ability range and the professional values and practice, subject knowledge and understanding commensurate with the particular subject specialism. This includes how children learn and how they develop cognitively, socially and physically and the understanding, skills and personal qualities necessary for managing the learning environment.

All trainees undertake a module concerned with the wider context of schools and education. This develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for your first teaching post in a secondary school. It also builds a foundation for further professional development. Elements of this module include both whole cohort keynote lectures and seminars, many of which are led by mixed groups of trainees supported by tutors. This allows you to meet the Teacher Standards by making secure connections between issues in school and your own professional practice.

Assessment

University-based modules: Learning and Teaching in the Subject, and Learning and Teaching in the Wider Context, are assessed at the end of the modules with reflection against the Teacher Standards. You will also conduct a piece of research-based, professional enquiry within the classroom, which is assessed by a formal written report and presentation of findings. A separate, formal assessment also takes place in practical teaching.

Placements

School or college experience is central to the course and at least 24 weeks are spent on placement in at least two different secondary schools or colleges. During the first phase, two days of school or college experience each week for three weeks are spent in school leading up to a six-week block placement. Trainee teachers are gradually given more responsibility and increase their contribution in both the classroom and to the corporate life of the school.

The second phase begins with a two day, weekly attachment for the first three weeks of the spring term, leading up to the final assessed 13-week block placement. In both placements the training programme is planned by mentors to allow progressive acquisition of the skills, knowledge and understanding students need to be recommended for the award of Qualified teacher status (QTS).

Students are formally observed on a regular basis by their subject mentor as well as receiving a number of visits from the University, to monitor their progress, support their development and undertake their assessment.

Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course (SKE)

If your degree content does not meet the requirements you may be eligible for a Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) in Computer Science course, which will give you the necessary subject knowledge prior to undertaking the PGCE.

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University of Nottingham School of Computer Science
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This course is intended for postgraduate students from a wide variety of backgrounds. It will equip you with the necessary theory, practical knowledge and skills required to design, evaluate and implement interactive computing systems. Read more
This course is intended for postgraduate students from a wide variety of backgrounds. It will equip you with the necessary theory, practical knowledge and skills required to design, evaluate and implement interactive computing systems.

As computing applications become ever more pervasive, it is widely recognised by industry that the success or failure of this technology is very considerably influenced by the "human factor".

It is increasingly considered essential that end users - as well as wider stakeholders - are accounted for in the design process. In recent years, attempts to understand the complexities of user-system interactions associated with modern computer systems have led to the emergence of the discipline of interactive systems design.

The course is intended for students from a wide range of backgrounds, including those with first degrees in Computer Science, or many other areas such as Pure/Social Science (e.g. Psychology) or Engineering. If you are interested in designing interactive systems, then this course is aimed at you.

It will also appeal to prospective or current software engineers who wish to build upon their previously acquired skills and knowledge, as well as those of you who are looking for a strong basis for PhD research.

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This. MSc Computer Games Systems. course develops the high-level skills required to create new computer games for the leisure and education industries. Read more

This MSc Computer Games Systems course develops the high-level skills required to create new computer games for the leisure and education industries. It gives students the chance to learn a variety of software engineering techniques for games, ranging from low-level programming languages for fast games to high-level and computer network environments for distributed games.

Coupled with the strength of our teaching and facilities, is the direct relevance of the course content. You will have the chance to learn a range of software engineering techniques for games, ranging from low-level programming languages for fast games to high-level and computer network environments for distributed games. This will enable you to build and develop your specialist knowledge in the area(s) of gaming that excite your interest.

The taught part of the course will give you the high quality academic knowledge in games prototyping, artificial intelligence and 3D algorithms that is now in demand within the global games industry.

Modules:

  • 3D games algorithms
  • Advanced software engineering
  • Applied artificial intelligence
  • Computer games development
  • Major project
  • Research methods
  • Mobile interactive systems

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This theoretical and practical. MSc Engineering (Cybernetics and Communications). course combines computer science, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and management to enable greater understanding of cybernetics and communications. Read more

This theoretical and practical MSc Engineering (Cybernetics and Communications) course combines computer science, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and management to enable greater understanding of cybernetics and communications.

An innovative and distinctive feature of the course is the cross-disciplinary group design project, which provides a challenging, simulated environment in which to work as a member of a team. The project will encourage you to develop your imagination, creativity and innovation in design solutions. You will also build on your leadership, team building and communication skills, all of which are attractive to potential employers.

Modules

  • Mobile networks
  • Robotics and cybernetics
  • Wireless communications
  • Group design project
  • Research methods
  • Major project
  • Global business management
  • Entrepreneurial leadership and project management
  • Software engineering 1

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This. MSc Engineering (Electronics). course has been designed to provide graduates with a broad education in engineering alongside a greater depth of understanding in imaging and display technology, together with smart mathematical techniques for engineering design and optimisation. Read more

This MSc Engineering (Electronics) course has been designed to provide graduates with a broad education in engineering alongside a greater depth of understanding in imaging and display technology, together with smart mathematical techniques for engineering design and optimisation. Combining computer science, electronic engineering, mechanical engineering and management, the course offers opportunities to develop imagination and innovation in design solutions, enterprise, leadership and inter-personnel skills.

Modules

  • Digital control
  • Embedded systems
  • Group design project
  • Wireless communications
  • Research Methods
  • Major project
  • Global business management
  • Entrepreneurial leadership and project management
  • Software engineering 1

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Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are increasingly dependent on computer-based Information Systems to drive day-to-day operations. Read more
Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are increasingly dependent on computer-based Information Systems to drive day-to-day operations. The intelligent and creative use of IT also enables innovation in both products and services, and can underpin the achievement of competitive advantage.

This course combines the study of Information Systems with Operations Management, emphasising the creative potential of information technology for innovation and change. It provides a thorough grounding in the principles and practice of information systems.

Students will also be educated in the key operations management challenges in contemporary organisations, including the challenges in supply chain management.

The course provides progressive learning towards the frontiers of knowledge in both Information Systems and Operations management. The structure of the programme allows students to focus on advanced developments in the areas that meet their specific interests and career aspirations. In addition to the taught modules, the course requires a major individual project, undertaken over the Summer term. The project integrates knowledge, methods and practical skills, and is often undertaken with an outside organization. It emphasizes leading edge thinking in theory and practice and develops skills in research, project management and report writing.

The course is suitable for you if you want to pursue a career in Information Systems and/or Operations Management, whether or not you have a first degree in a closely related area. We welcome applications from graduates in business and management, engineering, computer science, and social science disciplines such as psychology.

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This. MSc IT Security. course is designed to enable students to combine technical excellence in internet implementation with specialist computer security knowledge. Read more

This MSc IT Security course is designed to enable students to combine technical excellence in internet implementation with specialist computer security knowledge. The course includes the opportunity to do a paid work placement for a year in industry.

This course is a fast-track conversion course for those with no computing qualification but would like a career in the computing and IT industry.On completion of the course you will be well qualified for work in industry or for further study for PhD.

Modules

  • Information security management
  • Computer forensics
  • Internet programming
  • Computer security
  • Network and cloud security
  • Research methods
  • Major project

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This. MSc Interactive Media Engineering. course recruits graduates from a wide range of disciplines, although significant experience of computers is expected. Read more

This MSc Interactive Media Engineering course recruits graduates from a wide range of disciplines, although significant experience of computers is expected. This course aims to give you the theory and practice of the creation and applications of a wide variety of digital interactive systems.

Computer-based multimedia techniques are used to communicate a whole range of ideas in business, education, government, the arts and entertainment, and the aim of this course is to give you a clear understanding of the underlying principles and technical issues associated with developing computer systems that incorporate multimedia content.

Modules

  • Interactive design for web applications
  • Media creation technology
  • Computer games development
  • Mobile interactive systems
  • Engineering interactive applications
  • Research methods
  • Major project

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This. MSc Cloud and Enterprise Computing. course combines the managerial and computing aspects of service-oriented computing systems for medium and large scale corporations. Read more

This MSc Cloud and Enterprise Computing course combines the managerial and computing aspects of service-oriented computing systems for medium and large scale corporations.

You will learn how to optimise the information flow between business processes and how to critically analyse the impact of deploying information systems within the Enterprise and in public computing clouds to support organisational and business processes.

On the computing front, you will learn the principles and techniques necessary for designing, developing, and evaluating Enterprise Information System (EIS) that are distributed, interoperable, intelligent, and adaptive to change. In addition, the major project element of the course will allow you an opportunity to develop greater subject specialism in one specific Cloud or Enterprise computing topic of your choice.

Overall the programme will equip you to be an independent learner who can critically analyse the business requirements to engineer a comprehensive IT solution that strikes a balance between the financial constraints and the demand for a scalable yet integrative IT infrastructure.

Why study this course?

  • You are taught by highly experienced staff members, many of whom are actively involved in cutting-edge research and publish regularly in this discipline
  • There's the opportunity for a year-long work placement
  • The School has strong links with local industry representatives such as Siemens, Experian and Excel. Such links benefit our graduates by ensuring the up-to-date relevance of our courses and opening up possibilities for work placements
  • You will have access to the state-of-the-art facilities

Modules

  • Advanced software engineering
  • Entrepreneurial leadership and project management
  • Enterprise and cloud systems management
  • Service-oriented cloud technologies
  • Network and cloud security
  • Research methods
  • Major project

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This technical MRes Electronic Systems Masters course will develop your research skills in electronic systems, enriching your prior learning and giving you the tools to succeed in your chosen specialism. Read more

This technical MRes Electronic Systems Masters course will develop your research skills in electronic systems, enriching your prior learning and giving you the tools to succeed in your chosen specialism. The structure of this course allows you to choose modules and combine material from any of our taught master's courses in the School of Science and Technology and deliver an extended research project over a one-year period.

You will undertake a Research Methods module at the beginning of this course, which is designed to develop knowledge, skills and experience that will provide you with a firm foundation for your main research project. You then have the option to choose two further modules in order to develop specific technical knowledge relating to your research project. These can be selected from the full range of modules delivered across our computing and technology taught Master's courses.

Modules

  • Research Methods
  • Major Project
  • Digital Control
  • Robotics and Cybernetics
  • Applied Artificial Intelligence
  • Software Engineering
  • Embedded Systems
  • Group Design Project
  • Computer Security
  • Wireless Communications
  • Mobile Networks

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By studying. MSc Computing Systems. at a postgraduate level at Nottingham Trent University, you will learn the high-level skills necessary to pursue a career in software engineering, specifically for industrial and business systems. Read more

By studying MSc Computing Systems at a postgraduate level at Nottingham Trent University, you will learn the high-level skills necessary to pursue a career in software engineering, specifically for industrial and business systems.

The MSc in computing systems is a fast-track conversion course for those with no computing qualification but would like a career in the computing and IT industry.

This course aims to produce individuals who have the skills relevant to applied software engineering for computing systems in industry, business and research, and are able to hit the ground running in their chosen careers. On completing these courses, you should be able to use suitable programming languages and their development environments to produce new software solutions.

Modules

  • Software engineering 1
  • Systems analysis and design
  • Mobile interactive systems
  • Software engineering 2
  • Engineering interactive applications
  • Research methods
  • Major project

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University of Nottingham School of Life Sciences
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The MRes in Bioinformatics involves the use of computational methods to study molecular evolution using sequence data now available in online databases. Read more
The MRes in Bioinformatics involves the use of computational methods to study molecular evolution using sequence data now available in online databases. Research areas within which projects are available include: the use of secondary structure models to investigate evolutionary relationships in the molluscs; evolution of mobile DNAs; studies on the evolution of spider silk gene families; the application of molecular clocks to microbial sequences, in particular the investigation of rate variation in foraminifera lineages and the estimation of the age of viral radiations.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

After identifying which Masters you wish to pursue please complete an on-line application form
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/pgstudy/apply/apply-online.aspx

Mark clearly on this form your choice of course title, give a brief outline of your proposed research and follow the automated prompts to provide documentation. Once the School has your application and accompanying documents (eg referees reports, transcripts/certificates) your application will be matched to an appropriate academic supervisor and considered for an offer of admission.

COURSE STRUCTURE
The MRes degree course consists of two elements:
160 credits of assessed work. The assessed work will normally be based entirely on a research project and will be the equivalent of around 10 ½ months full-time research work. AND
20 credits of non-assessed generic training. Credits can be accumulated from any of the courses offered by the Graduate School. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/gradschool/research-training/index.phtml The generic courses should be chosen by the student in consultation with the supervisor(s).

ASSESSMENT
The research project will normally be assessed by a dissertation of a maximum of 30,000 to 35,000 words, or equivalent as appropriate*. The examiners may if they so wish require the student to attend a viva.
*In consultation with the supervisor it maybe possible for students to elect to do a shorter research project and take a maximum of 40 credits of assessed modules.

The School of Life Sciences will provide each postgraduate research student with a laptop for their exclusive use for the duration of their studies in the School.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studywithus/international-applicants/scholarships-fees-and-finance/scholarships/masters-scholarships.aspx

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This course is designed to be undertaken by those who need to apply the knowledge of the role of human factors/ergonomics in the design, evaluation and use of interactive systems. Read more
This course is designed to be undertaken by those who need to apply the knowledge of the role of human factors/ergonomics in the design, evaluation and use of interactive systems.

It will provide an understanding of the key issues related to the design, evaluation and use of user centered technologies and provide you with additional resources to facilitate the learning process.

The distance learning format means tht most of the material and background reading can be undertaken in your own time but with access to and support from University staff.

The course consists of two 30 credit modules, each studied over 6 months.

Information on distance learning can be found on the University's distance learning pages.

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