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Masters in Computer Science by Dissertation (CSC5000W)

Description: This program contains no taught component. Evaluation is based on a single written research thesis in a topic chosen by supervisor and student.

Requirements: A Honours degree in Computer Science. Before submitting an application it is essential to find a research supervisor. Read through the graduate handbook for further information.

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Masters in Computer Science by Coursework and Dissertation (CSC5001/2W)

Description: This is for graduates who have completed a degree which has a high degree of computer science content, but an insufficient amount to allow them to pursue the research topic of their choice. This programme therefore supplements the student's research with modules selected from the honours programme.

Requirements: A Bachelors degree which has a high proportion of Computer Science. Before submitting an application it is essential to find a research supervisor. Read through the graduate handbook for further information.

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Masters in IT by Coursework and Dissertation (CSC5003/4W)

Description: This course is for graduates in a discipline other than Computer Science. It is a part time, self study course with nine taught modules spread over 12-18 months. The final part of the course is a mini project that constitutes the major portion of the second year.

Requirements: A Bachelors degree in a subject other than Computer Science.

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PhD (CSC6000W)

Description: This program contains no taught component. Evaluation is based on a single written research thesis in a topic chosen by supervisor and student.

Requirements: A suitable Honours/Masters degree. Before submitting an application it is essential to find a research supervisor. Read through the graduate handbook for further information.

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