Information and Communication Technology (Conversion) Full-Time Anglia Ruskin University

This course is for graduates whose first degree is in a non-computing discipline. The principal areas of focus are programming, networking, hardware and analysis. Your skills in these areas will be developed to a level sufficient for you to apply them in a professional environment.

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If you're looking for a career change and want to develop suitable skills for a rewarding career in the IT sector, this course is your stepping stone. You'll explore everything from software development to cyber security, networking to web development, and on graduation be in a position to take on the modern technology-driven world.

With IT professionals in high demand across the UK and worldwide, whatever your current situation, our course is flexible enough to meet your needs. You’ll learn to evaluate solutions to a range of computing challenges. It’s all about equipping you with a set of skills that will make you attractive to future employers in a range of sectors.

We’ll introduce you to advanced information and technology practices and systems, expanding your knowledge in areas such as software development, computer networks, website development and cyber security. You’ll be prepared to put your new skills into practice confidently, with a focus on programming, networking, hardware and analysis throughout the course.

Aims

This course will to enable you to:

  • gain an in depth knowledge and understanding of the Information Technology subject area
  • apply your knowledge in both routine and complex situations in a wide area of the subject domain
  • implement software, technology and systems in a competent, safe and ethical manner
  • recognise the professional moral and ethical standards of the computing profession and act within such boundaries
  • understand, critically appraise and contribute to research in the information technology domain
  • gain an awareness of the need for continuing professional development both for yourself and when mentoring others.
  • Software Engineering

     

  • Computer Systems and Servers

     

  • Developing Web Applications

     

  • Secure Systems

     

  • Research Methods

     

  • Postgraduate Major Project

 

Cost of the master: Not declared
  • Tutoring
  • Laboratories
  • Wifi access
  • Disability services
  • Canteen/Meal tickets
  • Housing capacity 1000
  • Sport activities
  • Cultural activities
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