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Computing (IT Management) (PGCert, PGDip, MSc)


Course Description

Computer systems are key in supporting all types of organisations. MSc Computing (IT Management) will help you gain a critical understanding of their role and management.

The course is enriched by live case studies and experience. You will examine business systems, applications and their management
and how enterprise frameworks and integration of disparate application environments facilitate the effective functioning of e-business and enable development of new models.

You will also focus on IT project management, database management, ethical and quality issues, digital innovation, the human-computer
interface and research methods, providing you with a broad and well-balanced perspective.

Visit the Computing (IT Management) (PGCert, PGDip, MSc) page on the University of Gloucestershire website for more details!

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Sayed Ben Hussein

809.jpg “The structure of the course allows a student to gain skills over a number of areas such as system analysis and design and implementation and not simply limited to programming languages.

The course has given me the upper hand in a market which is extremely competitive.”

MSc Computing with e-Business Technology

(Student Profile)

Jehanzeb Navid

1264.jpg MSc Computing with IT Management

I decided to take the opportunity to do a Masters in order to enhance my professional life. I started my research on the different universities and courses available, during which I spoke to my sister who had previously completed her LLM at the University of Gloucestershire. Her positive feedback encouraged me to look at the University website. I have been extremely fortunate to find the perfect blend of subject material at a location so close to home. With a high graduate employability rate, a modern campus at a good location and a well thought out course, joining the University of Gloucestershire has really been the right choice for me.
The course is professionally structured with all modules being interlinked. This really helped a great deal with understanding the issues within each individual module as it enabled me to look at the topics from a different perspective.

The interlinking aspect of the course, along with the intellectually challenging discussions in class, has really been the highlight of the year. In addition, the input from all the teachers, stemming from their vast experience, is not only impressive but also mentally stimulating. In particular, I found the IS/IT Management Course Leader the most impressive, mainly due to the tutor’s ‘different’ style of teaching.

After completion, I intend to work in an area related to IS/IT management, mainly because the course has helped me to grasp the understanding of different aspects of IS/IT systems and their implications on the business environment. In addition, it has helped me in applying practical methods to develop strategies as well as manage and deal with changes resulting from the introduction of IT in an organisation.
I will really miss being able to engage in intellectual discussions, something that made each class worth looking forward to, as well as learning from the wide experience of tutors and colleagues, not only about the subject but also life in general.

Doing a Masters at the University of Gloucestershire has been a great experience; one which has made a mark on both my professional and personal life and one which I will never forget. I’ll always look back at my time here with great pleasure and would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at the University for making it such a memorable experience.


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Entry Requirements

You will need at least a 2.2 honours degree or equivalent or a relevant postgraduate or professional qualification, and/or work experience. You should be able to demonstrate competency in computer programming. EU and international students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent.

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