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Network Systems Engineering MRes

Course Description

This programme provides a comprehensive understanding of networked systems and services, in the context of converging computing and telecommunications technologies, covering all levels, from the theoretical concepts to the practical, hands-on tasks; the programme provides students with an in-depth view of the current networking world, from the underlying infrastructure to the latest services; this exposure, ranging from the theoretical aspects to extensive hands-on experience, provides graduates with the required knowledge for jobs ranging from network engineer specialists to network consultants.

Visit the Network Systems Engineering MRes page on the Plymouth University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A minimum of Bachelor of Science (Honours) 2.1 in a computing, electronic engineering or similar background; students with professional experience also considered; a lower degree classification may be considered if the applicant can demonstrate a significant level experience in the networking area, with competence in computer programming; professional experience may also be taken into consideration; entry to the MRes is via initial entry to the MSc, requiring the student to pass the first 60 taught credits with high scores and also pass an interview.

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