The Master of Science in Cloud Computing Research is a programme of advanced research, designed to develop participants' research skills and to engage participants in a research programme on a relevant business-focused area of cloud computing and services. It runs full-time over one academic year or part-time over two. The programme can be taken online or on campus.
Identified by the Government, Forfás and the IDA as one of the best potential high-value growth areas for Ireland, and a vehicle for future jobs, cloud computing is set to provide a new generation of infrastructure, services and solutions for businesses.
Designed together with Hewlett-Packard Galway's Cloud Services Innovation Centre, this MSc degree seeks to produce high calibre and much sought-after internationally viable graduates in the cloud space.
Places on the course are open to persons currently working in various companies and sectors with particular interests in cloud computing, and to current or past students.