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Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

Master of Science in Computer Science

Upon completion of the programme, the graduates will be able to Comprehend core principles in networking, databases and software engineering…

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Computer Science

Master

2 Years

UNYT

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Computer Science

Master

2 Years

UNYT

Department

Computer Science

Levels

Master

Duration

2 Years

Degree

UNYT

Introduction

The MSc in Computer Science programme is offered in collaboration with the School of Computing and Mathematics, University of Greenwich, UK (www.cms.gre.ac.uk). The University of Greenwich is home to a thriving international community of students from 140 countries. The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences is an extremely successful part of the university and is recognised both nationally and internationally for its cutting edge research and its innovative approach to curriculum development. As computer and IT technology in Albania is advancing rapidly, the programme has been designed to meet the increasing needs of industry, working professionals and students alike. Graduates will be equipped with knowledge and skills for a variety of careers in this field. Upon completion of the programme, the graduates will be able to:

  • Comprehend core principles in networking, databases and software engineering.
  • Understand, analyse and evaluate in-depth topics and issues in their specialization area.
  • Conduct independent academic research and present their findings in specialized audiences.

The University of Greenwich is the best university in London for teaching excellence, according to the Sunday Times. The table in the latest Sunday Times University Guide league table, published on 11 September 2011, puts Greenwich in first place for teaching excellence. The ranking puts Greenwich ahead of 20 other universities in the capital, including the London School of Economics, University College London and Imperial College. The table is based on the National Student Survey, which asks all final year students to rate their institutions on a variety of topics, including the quality of teaching, academic support, assessment and feedback. Subjects including Computer Science were all rated in the national top ten.

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