A masters degree in computer science equips you with high-level analytical skills that open the door to a wide range of careers.
Study programming, databases and networks, with the option to take the AI pathway. Open to students with or with a computer science degree.
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Build on the taught modules in your first year, with a second-year research or practical project. You'll be supported by an active researcher in this area.
Develop your knowledge in key topics such as statistical modelling, machine learning and advanced algorithms.
Study the relationship between people and digital technologies. You will learn how to develop software and systems to better respond to the needs of customers, clients and users.
Learn how to apply Machine Learning and AI techniques to real scientific problems. Choice of pathways to meet your interests and background.
Cyber physical systems integrate computation with physical objects and processes. Broaden your knowledge in key topics such as robotics, sensors and the Internet of Things.
Build on the taught modules in your first year, with a second-year software or research-based project. You'll could collaborate with business or industry on this.
This unique interdisciplinary course combines aspects of psychology, mathematics and computer science. It uses computational models and AI to further the understanding of the brain.
Due to high demand, the following masters programmes closed to international applications on the 20 November 2023. They will reopen on 20 February 2024. They remain open to Home applicants throughout this period:
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