Study in:United Kingdom
Deadline: 1 April 2019
University of Bath recognizes the importance of developing elite computer science professionals. The Computer Science online MSc offers you the chance to upgrade your know-how and switch up your career, no matter if you want to be a software developer or a technical analyst.
- Pioneering industry insights
The University of Bath heads up the Institute of Coding, an initiative made up of universities and corporations committed to plugging the digital skills gap. This initiative helps develop skills where they’re most needed in order to create the next generation of digital specialists.
With £40 million in funding, the Institute’s vision is to enhance the education and employability of every learner and ensure that employers and individuals can access the skills they need to compete in the global digital economy. This initiative means that the University of Bath is ideally placed to help you develop the skills that employers need the most, in order to advance your career goals.
University of Bath provides working professionals, or those with no previous experience, with trailblazing, practice-based teaching, aimed to inspire you and make you ready for a career in computer science. Throughout studying our online computer science degree you’ll be taught by inspirational research academics, whose work leads the way in AI, Human Computer Interaction and cybersecurity. It’s because of this that many of our on-campus graduates have secured positions with huge companies such as Electronic Arts, Nokia and KPMG, and you can follow in their footsteps.
In this course, you will learn and understand the core theories and practices in computer science, developing a solid base of knowledge. You will understand core Computer Science theories and practices and, most importantly; be able to think critically, actively contributing towards the body of knowledge in the industry and really pushing the boundaries with code.
English Language Requirements
- Typically you should have a first or second class bachelor’s honours degree or international equivalent. Plus A-level Maths (or at least one passed maths unit at degree level).
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in April 2019
You can apply until: 1 April 2019
- For more details please visit program website.