Cyber Security

Master of Science

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What is Cyber Security MSc?

Advance your skills in Cyber security – a government priority area. The course covers all aspects of cyber security, including network, computer and information security. Alongside this, the course focuses on the business context, so that students can progress their careers more rapidly and aim specifically at management positions. The course is designed for those who’d like to develop a career as a cyber security professional, or to take a leading technical or managerial role. It’s suitable for those from a computer science or information technology education background. The programme is also able to cater for those with no formal studies in computer science – but where you can demonstrate significant interest in cyber security. By having GDPR in action, there’ll be more roles in companies for Information Security Managers, which makes the MSc Cyber Security a brilliant opportunity for a huge market need.

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Vollzeit-Studium

Standort

Dauer

1 year

Studiengebühren

7,150 GBP/a.
Non-EU Applicants: refer to agent for fees

Studienstart

April, September

Einmalige Gebühren

examination fee 500€

Sonstiges

Cost of living: approx. 500€/month

Berufsbegleitendes Studium (Teilzeit)

Standort

Dauer

2 years

Studiengebühren

7.150 GBP/a.
Non-EU Applicants: refer to agent for fees

Studienstart

April, September

Einmalige Gebühren

examination fee 500€

Sonstiges

Cost of living: approx. 500€/month

Study Module

Level 7 (Postgraduate)

All students must complete these modules:

  • Dissertation (CT7004)
  • Information Security Management (CT7075)
  • Network Security (CT7076)
  • Research Methods for Computing (CT7094)
  • Human Factors in Cyber Security (CT7098)
  • Cyber Security Prinicples (CT7099)

You can choose from the following modules:

  • Secure System Architecture (CT7031)
  • Advanced Malware Analysis (CT7073)
  • Adversarial Behaviour (CT7074)
  • Artificial Intelligence (CT7080)
  • Network Security Administration (CT7081)

Entry Requirements

General requirements

  • EU and international students need IELTS 6.0 overall (no less than 5.5 in writing and in any other band) or equivalent.
  • You should hold at least a  2.2 Bachelors degree with honours.
  • We will consider a comparable professional or postgraduate qualification
  • Relevant work experience will also be taken into consideration

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Stories from our students

Harry is studying Cyber and Computer Security.

“I’ve had so many opportunities on my course – travelling to Las Vegas for DEFCON26, exhibiting at cyber security conventions, and … on placement at BAE Systems.”

Harry has just completed his exciting placement year in the Insider Threat Team at BAE. He’s now completing his final year back on campus in our incredible computing facilities.