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Postgraduate Taught Courses
Our programme offerings for September 2020 entry cover subject areas at the beating heart of technological advancement, such as Cyber Security, Data Analytics and Software Development. Start your journey today by clicking on any of the links below and registering your details with us. We'll be in touch with more information and one-to-one assistance as soon as possible.
The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen's University Belfast spans distinct academic disciplines that promote leading advances in both science and technology. These advances impact hugely on all aspects of modern living and shape our future.
We work where industry and research meet, providing the platform to reboot your career and transform your research into commercial opportunities and engage with cutting-edge industry research with real-world projects.
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Our MSc in Applied Cyber Security aims to develop the next generation of industry leaders and address a global shortage of cyber security professionals.
The emphasis of our programme is to provide graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the cyber security challenges facing industry and society, both today and in the future, and equipping them with the skills necessary to address those challenges.
Data production will be 44 times greater in 2020 than it was in 2009. As a result, the world needs data analysts to take this data and use it to help companies make better business decisions or assist healthcare providers reaching those most in need.
The role of a data scientist is highly diverse, overlapping many areas such as computer science, mathematics, statistics, modelling and analytics. Our MSc in Data Analytics provides a balanced route to learning through a blend of academic study and lab sessions, with a heavy focus on practical engagement with industry.
Software development skills can set you apart in a global economy that is increasingly tech-driven.
This intensive, one year, Master’s (MSc) in Software Engineering - specifically designed for graduates of non-computing disciplines - takes the skills you developed in your undergraduate degree and transforms them into the technical, analytical and professional abilities required to take on a range of roles within the ever-expanding IT industry.
A part-time Master's - taught in the evenings and spread over 3 years to allow you to study while in full-time employment.
This part-time MSc is specifically designed for graduates of non-computing disciplines or those considering a return to the sector after some time away and allows you to take the skills you developed in your undergraduate degree and transform them into the technical, analytical and professional abilities required to take on a range of roles within the ever-expanding IT industry and even further.