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The Master of Computing allows you to develop the skills to undertake systematic research and solve complex applied computing problems. This programme focuses on fast developing areas of computing including networks and security, internet and intranets, interactive multimedia, data mining, adaptive business intelligence, and health informatics. Key learning objectives include designing, planning and organising technology based projects that are produced on time, to high standards, and within budget. You’ll develop your analytical, research, strategic planning, project management and interpersonal skills in undertaking this programme.
Areas of Specialisation
Cyber Security: Be part of the select group of people who understand both the theory and practice of cybersecurity. Specialise in this area by choosing the following courses: Enterprise Network Information Security Management, Cloud Computing, Special Topic – Cybersecurity, Research Methods, and Thesis.
IT Management: Are you an IT professional who wants to further your career? Build your understanding of IT management by selecting the following courses: Managing IT Projects, Management Approaches for the IT Professional, Information Technology, and Strategic Planning.
Computer networks and cloud computing. Computer networks, real and virtual, are the connectors of the computing world. Organisations need people to help them manage their networks and 25% of computing jobs are in this area. Cloud computing is a relatively new development and is increasingly taking over the market. This pathway also gives you the opportunity to gain industry-recognised Microsoft and Cisco certifications, including those in Cloud Computing.
Software development. Software engineering regularly rates as one of the top jobs in the world. This dynamic and changing pathway gives graduates the knowledge to design and develop software solutions and products.
Business intelligence. The amount of data and speed at which it is collected by organisations has reached unprecedented levels in recent years. But data without analysis is just a storage problem.
Thesis Research Topics - Currently we are able to facilitate research for your Master’s degree thesis in the following areas: Computational Finance; Health Informatics; Robotics Applications; Business Process Modelling; Cloud Computing; Mobile Networks; Mobile and Wireless Communications; Business Intelligence; Computer Vision/Speech Recognition; Natural Language Processing; Machine Translation; Game Development/Game Design; Data Mining; Process Mining; Social Networks.
Information systems manager; IT adviser; Multimedia development manager; Network manager
Researcher; Website manager.
If English is not your first language you need to have Academic IELTS score of 6.5 (no band <6.0) or equivalent. Have achieved at least one English proficiency outcome in the last two years.
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