About the course
Computing Science plays an exciting and ever increasing role in today's society. Technological innovation has been one of the driving forces behind Ireland's rapid economic growth and this Masters programme will help you to advance that innovation. The programme extends your education and skills and prepares you for an active role in a dynamic and evolving industry. The M.Sc. degree has been designed to give students an insight into the world of academic and industrial computing research.
By focusing on today's hot topics, students will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding and develop the skills necessary to carry out innovative work within one of the disciplines of computing. Students who complete this Master's degree will gain the ability to research and master technical issues, to analyse and present findings coherently, and to document their work in a professional manner.
Students may exit this programme with one of the following two related awards.
Postgraduate Diploma in Computing Science
Students may opt to exit with this level 9 award provided they have completed the requirements of all eight taught modules covered by Semester I and Semester II.
M.Sc. in Computing Science
This is level 9 award which is awarded to students who have completed the requirements of all eight taught modules covered by Semester I and Semester II and have also completed the Dissertation / Dissertation by practice in Semester III.
This course has been designed in consultation with leading industrial partners thereby making Griffith College flexible to the personal and professional requirements of our students. The part-time programme is typically delivered over four semesters.