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International Innovation (Computer Science)

Course Description

You’ll study a range of general and specialist modules in contemporary computer science areas such as cloud computing, the semantic web, big data analysis, enterprise systems and interaction design. You’ll also have Chinese language, cultural and business seminars allowing you to benefit from a rich and distinctive learning experience.

You’ll also work on collaborative projects with SMEs in the UK and in Guangdong Province, China.

Our highly supportive learning environment will help you to acquire a deep understanding of advanced technical skills in Computer Science coupled with the processes and techniques needed to apply innovation globally.

Alternative pathways of Design, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science and Telecommunications are also available. Please see http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/china-catalyst/msc for more information.

Core modules:
- Data Mining
- Elements of Distributed Systems
- Advanced Human-Computer Interaction
- Applied Data Mining
- Systems Architecture and Integration
- Advanced Human-Computer Interaction
- Organised Industry Placement (UK)
- Organised Industry Placement (China)

Plus interdisciplinary modules:
- Corporate Entrepreneurship
- Design Driven Innovation
- Chinese Language and Culture (or equivalent for Chinese speakers)

Visit the International Innovation (Computer Science) page on the Lancaster University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

An upper second class honours degree, or its equivalent in Computer Science, Electronic or Electrical Engineering, Physics or Mathematics from a recognised university or equivalent professional qualification. Work experience preferred, not essential.

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