/MSc Digital and Technology Solutions

Provided by: Manchester Metropolitan University

Course Area: North West

Course Code: 630R

Course Type: Degree Apprenticeship

Start date: 20190916

End date: 20210910

Subjects: Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Information Technology, Software Engineering

Price: Paid by Employer

Delivery Method: Blended

Course Overview

Our programme is designed to enhance your understanding, by teaching specialist knowledge and building your capabilities to apply it in the dynamic digital workplace of today. You will be prepared to progress in your career and be confident to take on new challenges and new responsibilities in this exciting field.

 

The Digital & Technology Solutions Master’s Degree Apprenticeship utilises expertise from across the university – the School of Computing, Mathematics and Digital Technology, and the University’s internationally accredited Business School. You will benefit from research-informed teaching and an excellent working and learning environment. A flexible curriculum featuring specialisms that enable you to choose a route that most closely aligns with your own role and skills development requirements.

 

The programme has a number of specialisms allowing you to choose an option that most closely complements your role and career trajectory.

 

All pathways are underpinned by fundamental technical and business concepts, vital for operating in the strategic space of digital and technology management.

Who Is This Course For

Students who want to take their digital and technology career to new heights with the strategic skills and knowledge provided by studying a Masters Degree Apprenticeship.

What Will I Learn

The programme has a number of specialisms allowing you to choose an option that most closely complements your role and career trajectory.

 

All pathways are underpinned by fundamental technical and business concepts, vital for operating in the strategic space of digital and technology management.

 

Core modules for all specialisms include:

  • Digital Leadership and Transformation (20 credits)
  • Information Systems (20 credits)
  • Reflective Practice in Digital Leadership (20 credits)
  • Professional Development
  • Synoptic Project (60 credits)

The following specialisms will be available from January 2019:

 

Software Engineering Specialist Units

  • Introduction to Software Engineering (15 credits)
  • Software Testing and Maintenance (15 credits)
  • Cloud Computing (15 credits)
  • Service Oriented Software Engineering (15 credits)

 

IT Project Management Specialist Units

  • Environments and Approaches (30 credits)
  • Methodologies and Techniques (30 credits)

 

The following specialisms will be available subject to sufficient employer demand:

 

Data Analytics Specialist Units

  • Computational Statistics, Visualisation and Forecasting (30 credits)
  • Data Analytics (30 credits)

 

IT Strategy Specialist Units

  • Data Management (20 credits)
  • IT Consultancy (20 credits)
  • Managing Enterprise Systems (20 credits)

 

Cyber Security Specialist Units

  • Introduction to Cyber Security (30 credits)
  • Advanced Network Security (30 credits)
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