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MSc Information Systems


Course Description

The design, development and management of large-scale computerised information systems, which are critical to organisations in the 21st century, brings major challenges and opportunities. The MSc Information Systems offers a flexible programme of study that aims to explore the industry and prepare the student for a career with a technical focus, or further study via a PhD.

Study:

The focus is on the complex social and technical issues involved in building and maintaining large information systems, drawing on ideas and techniques from a range of disciplines. The course grows your understanding of the issues in designing and developing information systems with a grasp of the fundamentals of rapid systems development, contemporary approaches, analysis and design, with the context and success factors required for successful information systems projects. You will also gain practical experience of e-commerce systems development.

Structure:

You will take a number of taught modules covering technical and organisational aspects of the development, management and use of modern information systems. The choice of modules is made according to your academic background, experience and interests. You will complete a dissertation on a subject in the field of information systems, likely in collaboration with a company or organisation.

Teaching:

The School of Computing Science at UEA maintains close ties with industry professionals, with many of the student assignments directly seeking solutions to real world problems. The School utilises its internationally recognised research commercially, and graduates of this course often use taught technical and entrepreneurial skills to fulfill influential roles within the local and international community.

Employability:

As a graduate from this course you can pursue a career in areas such as software engineering, systems analysis, IT management or general management with a technical focus. You can also choose to continue your education through a PhD to follow a career in industrial research or academia.

Visit the MSc Information Systems page on the University of East Anglia website for more details!

Student Profiles
(Scholarship)

Faculty of Science Postgraduate Scholarships - No. of awards TBC

Faculty of Science Scholarships are offered to students studying in the following subject areas:Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Computing Sciences
Engineering
Environmental Sciences
Mathematics
Pharmacy

Value of Scholarship(s)

varies depending on award

Eligibility

On an annual basis students studying a Postgraduate course in the Faculty of Science at UEA are eligible for a selection of scholarship and funding opportunities.

Application Procedure

Any eligible applicant is invited to apply for a scholarship. As funds are limited you are strongly advised to apply early to avoid disappointment. Applicants should contact the Postgraduate Admissions Office at UEA for further information.To find the Faculty of Science scholarships and funding opportunities that concern you in greater detail, please visit the link below.

Further Information

http://www.uea.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degrees/scholarships?utm_campaign=web_listing_findamasters&utm_source=cmp&utm_medium=weblink&utm_content=scholarship



Entry Requirements

Open to students with a good first degree (min 2.1 or equivalent) with a substantial computing component. Equivalent qualifications and experience will also be considered. Basic knowledge of programming (Java) and database systems is assumed.

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