Computer Science and Creative Technologies

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Study one of our computing or creative technologies courses and develop the wide-ranging skills and experience you’ll need to inspire a successful career. You’ll get the chance to explore a variety of subject areas all with one thing in common – the development and use of software to support business, entertainment and social enterprise.

Please note that some of our postgraduate course start dates have moved to January 2021. You can see a full list of January 2021 start dates on our website.

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Computer Science and Creative Technologies courses

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MSc Information Technology

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Designed to help you become a qualified information technologist with highly sought-after skills and knowledge that apply to a wide range of private and public sector organisations' needs.

The MSc Information Technology prepares you for the intellectual, analytical and practical challenges of a career in IT. You will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to collate information, define, design and build or select the most appropriate IT solutions and develop a deeper understanding of how those solutions apply to professional contexts.

MSc Commercial Games Development

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A unique opportunity to gain advanced technical and research skills by working on live commercial projects within the PlayWest studio.

This Master's in Commercial Games Development provides students with an intellectual experience of study in the field of games technology. Developed and delivered by staff with both technical and games industry expertise, it is designed to meet the increasing shortage of technically adept games developers and programmers. The course also offers a unique pathway into the games industry and wider related research.

MSc Cyber Security

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This course seeks to address the global cyber skills gap, providing you with the advanced knowledge and understanding of cyber security issues you need to succeed in this industry.

Technology is transforming society in all sorts of ways. From the way that assembly lines are controlled to the way we socialise, we depend on computer systems. Increasingly, that dependency means that we are vulnerable to cyber attacks which, if successful, could undermine our national institutions and critical infrastructures, steal our personal data or gain access to private exchanges.

MSc Data Science

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Work with us full or part time on our industry-focused Data Science Master's, developing the skills you need to design and implement data science projects.

Why study data science? Bringing together skills in data management, analytics and artificial intelligence, data scientists work with organisations to draw competitive or efficiency-related insights from their data.

MSc Financial Technology (FinTech)

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A course that equips you to address the pervasive impact of disruptive financial technologies. You'll gain a distinctive, globally marketable set of skills. This programme is jointly run by Bristol Business School and The Department for Computer Science and Creative Technologies.

Working with our experts in data science, computer science, finance, regulation, enterprise and business, you'll develop excellent technical data and systems understanding, as well as sound business knowledge of the industries where the technologies have maximum impact and application. At UWE Bristol we have world-class expertise in AI and business analytics that have fed into the development of this course.

MSc Information Management

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Practice-focused, with outstanding teaching and curriculum input from a wide range of practitioners. Recently updated in line with the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), the course has achieved re-accreditation.