Network Computing MScCoventry University
£ 6.930 - (8.201 €)
- Scarborough (Inglaterra)
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The Network Computing MSc course covers technological, operational and strategic aspects of distributed and networked computer systems with core modules of study including support issues and the design of software.
The course explores network and distributed computing issues in a range of application areas including multimedia, databases, usability and information security.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
The options available allow you to explore network communications in a range of applications.
Accredited by the British Computer Society.
Research carried out in the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing was recognised as world-leading in the Research Assessment Exercise 2008.WHAT WILL I LEARN?
This course has two parts, the taught modules and Masters project.
Successful completion of the taught modules, which involves eight single modules of study, leads to the award of postgraduate diploma and, if the appropriate performance is achieved, allows progression onto the Masters project.
- Computer architectures and principles (double),
- internet and information security (double),
- network planning and management (double),
- research methods.
plus two more modules chosen from a wide range of options available to allow individuals to tailor their programme to meet specific needs and interests.
The final stage of this course requires the completion of a masters project, which must relate directly to the subject being studied. To complete this successfully students will develop a sound capability to carry out research. The project can be conducted either as a placement in an external organisation or working with one of the University research groups.
The MSc project serves to integrate, apply and further develop the different aspects within the taught part of the programme."