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Description of Applied Computing MSc
The Applied Computing Masters degree trains first-degree holders in computing-related areas into specialists in selected areas of IT and computing.
The programme offers students opportunities for in-depth study in secure mobile and wireless communication systems, biometrics and authentication, data mining and knowledge discovery, and Software Project Management techniques and applications.
The programme is carefully designed to suit the varied needs of different students from different backgrounds and with different career objectives, in the IT fields.
Courses in Applied Computing include:
Graduates of Applied Computing MSc will be capable of understanding a range of modern computing technologies; apply these technologies in practice; describe the roles that modern computing technologies have in many areas of application and demonstrate the value of state-of-the-art development in one specific technology and its applications.
Students wishing to study the Applied Computing MSc degree must meet the following requirements:
- First or Second class honours degree in Computing
- English profficiency - IELTS of 6.0 or TOEFL of 213
This program has an IELTS English language proficiency requirement. For more information about IELTS or to book a test, click below:
University of Buckingham
The University of Buckingham was founded in 1976. It is the only independent University in the United Kingdom to hold a royal charter, which gives it the power to award its own degrees. It is a non profit-making charity. From...
Location & accommodation
Buckingham is a picturesque English market town. It lies between Milton Keynes to the East and Oxford to the West (there is a regular bus service to both) and is about an hour’s journey from London; so the shopping malls, cinemas, theatres and clubs are not far away. In Buckingham Town you can find Tesco, Waitrose, and W. H. Smith, as well as more specialist shops. There is a range of...