About Applied Computing And Information Technology Msc in University of Bedfordshire
This course is designed for non-computing graduates who need to apply information technology to their current career, or want to change career direction.
It covers a wide range of topics including programming, databases, security, project management and computer networking, giving you both the underpinning theory and the ability to apply it to complex real-world problems, as well as an awareness of emerging technologies and developments.
Postgraduate certificate – 60 credits at Masters level
Postgraduate diploma – 120 credits at Masters level
Why choose this course?
Study key areas of information technology including applications of web technologies, information systems strategy and emerging technologies
Explore creative and innovative applications of technology to real-world problems
Develop your analytical, evaluative and problem-solving skills in relation to IT-based solutions
Gain a thorough understanding of the social and legal aspects of the Information Technology field (e.g. British Computer Society Code of Conduct and Data Protection)
Benefit from valuable experience of working on projects for real business, opening up new career opportunities in management, supervision or as a practitioner (eg database/IT developer or system designer/analyst) in industries which make substantial use of computers and information technology.
Unit Information – What Will I Learn?
Programming for Applications
Computer Networks and Security
Data Modelling, Management and Governance
Research Methodologies and Project Management
MSc Project – Applied Computing and Information Technology
To apply for a postgraduate degree (MA/MSc/MBA/LLM) at the University of Bedfordshire you should have a good honours degree (or equivalent qualification) in an appropriate subject from a recognised university or HE institution.
We will also consider candidates with other relevant qualifications or appropriate work experience.
Students need IELTS overall score of 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each element.