This MSc programme is designed to develop and refine a set of skills essential for successful engagement of enterprises with information and communications technology (ICT).
The main themes of the programme are business systems analysis and enterprise software development, supporting the entire business systems lifecycle.
The course aims to produce graduates who can:
- Reason and problem-solve to a high level in the context of enterprise software and its role in business, industry and research;
- Participate constructively in the strategic deployment of enterprise software;
- Manage the development of high-quality enterprise software products and services;
- Undertake research-based projects for industry, providing effective advice and leadership where required;
- Manage technology-based projects that require the handling of innovation and change in dynamic environments.
It is a 90 credit programme consisting of 6 taught modules plus a dissertation.
How to Apply
Applications for this programme are made online by going to www.pac.ie.
Applicants will first need to register on the PAC website, and then select the WD571 – MSc in Computing (Enterprise Software Systems) from the WIT list of Taught Postgraduate programmes.
Applications are invited from January each year for the intake in September of that year. Subject to satisfying the aforementioned entry criteria, applicants will be offered places on a first-come-first-served basis per their PAC registrations. Students also have the option of starting in January 2020.
(Dates and times are provisional and may be updated prior to September)
This course will run over 24 weeks
For further information, please contact Audrey – firstname.lastname@example.org / 051 311139
- Masters in Computing
5th September 2019 - 7th May 2020
2:15 pm - 4:55 pm
Venue Phone: 353 (0)51 302000
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