Course Overview Course Overview Computer science is a dynamic discipline, applicable to a diverse range of industries. This Masters programme explores cutting-edge innovation in experimental computer science, and provides you with a solid grounding of professional, real-world experience. Our MSc Computer Science programme has been designed specifically to meet the needs of contemporary industrial and research environments. As a result, this programme blends advanced academic teaching with rigorous practical and professional experience.
For more information, visit salford. You will learn from our expert team and external guest speakers, renowned for their specialist knowledge. Students will take the modules below in a sequence dependent on their start date.
You will also become a reflective practitioner in the IS sphere, capable of critically reflecting on your practice and that of others.
SEMESTER 1 Strategic International Business Management You will gain a thorough grounding in the major issues and perspectives of management, with a particular focus on strategic, global and organisational issues in an international context. You will also get an overview of key issues and decisions relating to the social responsibilities of corporate management.
You will be encouraged to think critically about theory and practice in an ethical and professional manner. The module will encourage you to critically assess how social, disruptive and innovative technologies can become key business enablers and facilitate strategic competitive advantages; this critical awareness will be underpinned by cutting-edge academic and practitioner research.
You will learn about the approaches, skills and methods of effective project management, and the tools and techniques required for planning, control, teamwork, leadership and other key processes. All of these qualities will develop your ability to lead complex projects. For the final third of your studies you can choose from 4 differing pathways, all of which are designed to accommodate your career aspirations and enhance your professional practice: Dissertation — traditional 3 month research pathway.
Live Project — 3 month group project activity researching a commercial project. Internship — 3 month opportunity to develop your skills working in partnership with an organisation.
Placement — 6 month paid work experience implementing a commercial project. Dissertation This traditional route involves a substantive piece of research, which can examine contemporary or historical challenges in business, economic or management contexts. The dissertation can be undertaken within a company, a sponsoring organisation, or investigate an area which is of interest to you.
Study is undertaken in the UK, or sometimes overseas — some international students may possibly return to their country to work on an industrial research project.
Live Project This is a group project teams of 2 to 5 students examining an organisational problem or opportunity. Students work on sizeable commercial projects, which are broken down by the team.
Course Overview. We offer a Master's in Management for students from any background who would like to work in business or management. The programme has been specifically designed with a clear focus on management in an interconnected global community. This module immerses participants in the latest developments around social media reporting and campaigning. This is a participatory module which mixes up-to-the-minute case studies with a hands-on exploration of the tools and concepts. Bangor University has been teaching forestry for over years and since , it has offered a range of exciting and innovative part-time distance learning forestry courses. The MSc forestry (distance learning) course has an excellent reputation for producing high quality, adaptable and professional graduates.
Live projects reflect commercial realities of delivering complex commercial projects through the combined efforts of a committed team. Group presentation and executive report, coupled with an individualword report. Internship This involves working on a company project. The majority of internships are voluntary positions, which support work experience with a company in a particular sector.
Internships are often voluntary positions providing interesting project experience, some positions are paid — potentially up to 86 UNITE Projects are available in Placements are paid positions working on implementing a commercial project.
Placements provide valuable experience for student to demonstrate their commercial capabilities.
Placements are limited and are competitive. Assessment consist portfolio of work, visitor assessment, presentation and interim report, culminating in a work related dissertation of 10, words. Placements can be undertaken in the UK or overseas. Students can undertake placements with their sponsor or employing organisation.
For international students placements are 6 months maximum due to visa restrictions. Part-time study If you are on the part-time course, you will be able to register for individual modules as part of CPD.
The following example shows how the course could be taken on a part-time basis over two years: Planning and Control Semester 3.Information Systems Management MSc/PgDip/PgCert. School - Salford Business School Subject area - Business and Management.
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Dissertation guidelines General guidance This general guidance is to assist with MSc dissertations (long essays). These notes should be read in conjunction with any other specific MSc programme guidance you have been given.
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