MSc Specialist Degrees
The MSc in Computing (Specialism) is a taught postgraduate course aimed at students with a good academic degree who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already.
Applicants who want to become a specialist in a particular area of computing and who want to take a first crucial training step towards that goal are the natural target for this course. The expectation of graduates is that this course enables them to have rewarding careers as specialist in an area of Computing.
Each specialism has a flexible mix of breadth and depth, consisting of two or three compulsory modules as well as choices from a selection of core and optional modules. A compact overview of the modules offered on each degree can be found following the link on the right.
This course is also a suitable preparation for PhD studies.
Applications for 2019 entry are open and have a deadline of 31 July 2019; however, please be advised that we reserve the right to close applications before this date. As such, we recommend applying sooner rather than later.
All applicants for this course must possess the equivalent of a first-class UK degree, and must have taken computing courses that equate to two years of a computer science undergraduate programme. All applicants (UK, EU, Overseas) must provide Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores for Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning, for further details please see our FAQs. The MSc Artificial Intelligence course does not require GRE scores.
|G5U10||MSc in Computing (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning)||1 year|
|G5U11||MSc in Computing (Management and Finance)||1 year|
|G5U21||MSc in Computing (Security and Reliability)||1 year|
|G5U16||MSc in Computing (Software Engineering)||1 year|
|G5U13||MSc in Computing (Visual Computing and Robotics)||1 year|
|G5T1.1||MSc Artificial Intelligence||1 year|