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$8,450 with advance payment
$10,150 with installment
The aim of the degree in MSc Computer Science is to provide learners the opportunity to acquire a broad range of knowledge and understanding and develop a range of skills essential for a successful career in Engineering field.
There is also the opportunity to progress to a higher-level qualification in law. The suite of degree in this sector will aim to provide the underpinning knowledge of the Computing.
Qualifi Award of L7 (6 subjects) equal credit toward your degree to Msc Computer Science top up (dissertation process) at University of Chichester.
Develop a thorough understanding of the principles, theories and techniques related
to computer science, and critically apply them to complex real-life problems, bringing
sustainable innovation in a variety of sectors while using an interdisciplinary and
Critically reflect on the economic, societal, and organisational implications of computing techniques and applications
Appraise, analyse, and apply existing and new solutions in computer science, while
understanding their limitations in a specific contextualised area
Confidently apply managerial and technical skills in an organisational context, showcasing the ability to form conscious decisions on digital and computing issues as related to the wider organisation.
Showcase creativity and innovation in a logical approach to tackling problems in computer science, to solve important issues in a work-related environment.
Professionally showcase analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as
demonstrating high-level teamwork and communication skills to a technical and nontechnical audience
Present clear and effective projects on specific areas of computer science, including theoretical and technical knowledge acquired within the programme, in order to inform organisational strategy
Confidently perform project management-related tasks, showcasing leadership attributes and demonstrating the growth of technical skills.
Primary areas of employment include
– Software Developer
– UX Designer
– Mobile App Developer
– Web Developer
– IT Project Manager
– Information Security Analyst
– Systems Architect
– AI Engineer
– Computer Hardware Engineer
– Video Game Developer
– Human – Computer Interaction
– Cloud Computing
– Computational Biologist
1- Understand and apply the principles of IT in a range of business environments.
2- Analyse problem solving techniques specific to business and industry.
3- Select, collate, review and analyse information form a wide range of sources.
4- Improve the employability of learners by allowing them to explore the relationship between management theories and their practical application in the IT world.
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