|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
You will be encouraged to investigate the current areas of research that the university is currently exploring. These include computer graphics, mobile development, robotics, quantum computing, computational biology and visual analytics, amongst many others. You will also have the opportunity to study object-oriented software design and development, agile techniques, human-computer interaction as well as designing and developing interactive visual computer systems.
As well as an in-depth understanding of your subject, you will also be quipped with the knowledge of analysing, developing and executing complex software, producing software to a given specification, and you’ll be able to use modelling and abstraction techniques to design software systems. This course will provide you with many transferable skills and will improve your research, data collection and interpretation, communication, problem-solving, presentation, and critical skills. The strong focus on principles and concepts will help you develop the capacity for life long independent study.
The integral placement gives you the opportunity to apply the skills you have learned throughout your studies in a practical environment. You will be earning a full time salary and will learn skills that can't be taught in a classroom at University. During the placement, you will be able to gain further insight into industrial practice that you can take forward into your individual project and into your future career.