School of Computer Science
   
   
  

Masters degrees

We have two masters level programmes that were developed to reflect our academic activity. Our masters in computer science has a flexible syllabus which offers graduates the chance to exploit our diverse research and learn from leaders in the fields of artificial intelligence, computer vision and functional programming to name a few. The human computer interaction masters is taught alongside the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering and takes a 'human factors' approach to designing novel ways for people to interact with technology.

MSc Computer Science / MSc Computer science with Artificial Intelligence

One year, full-time

This course is designed for both experienced and budding programmers. It was designed to offer both a fast-track yet robust computing syllabus to graduates with limited computing knowledge while at the same time offering a rigorous programme of advanced and exciting new concepts for computer science graduates.

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MSc Data Science

On year, full-time

Our MSc Data Science programme is designed by the School of Computer science and the School of Mathematical Sciences to provide you with advanced computational and mathematical skills to tackle increasingly complex data analysis tasks and devise methods for analysing, presenting, and deriving insights from large data sets.

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MSc Human Computer Interaction

One year, full-time

This course bridges computing concepts with human factors engineering. It combines a computing core with elements of electronic engineering to offer students a theoretical grounding, practical knowledge and the hands-on experience needed to shape future computing systems for the 21st century.

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School of Computer Science

University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

For all enquires please visit:
www.nottingham.ac.uk/enquire