The Information Systems with Computing programme at Dublin Business School is designed to create a deep level of knowledge and understanding in core areas such as programming, databases, web technologies and security while also offering practical skills in contemporary topics such as data analytics, distributed systems and mobile and social computing. In addition, the programme allows students to explore the issues around the management of information technology in business and industrial contexts.
The programme was designed with significant input from industry and reflects the driving ethos of DBS to provide learners with career focused programmes to enhance graduates employability.
Key Features of the Programme
The programme is applied in nature, delivering a graduate with practical skills and expertise to augment theoretical knowledge and understanding.
The development of analytical and problem solving abilities as well as essential managerial skills such as team working, leadership and effective communication skills.
Graduates will also possess the following competencies:
- Excellent at building relationships and able to work with people at all levels.
- Able to work well as part of a team as well as individually in a demanding environment whilst meeting tight deadlines.
- Able to manage, organise and lead the teams.
- Highly analytical and able to derive meaning from data.
- An understanding of ethical and legislative issues of professional and research practice such as ethical committees, etc.
- Able to apply their disciplinary knowledge to real world problems and challenges.
- Excellent communicators and creative thinkers with the ability to use IS/IT skills to inform decisions.
Career OpportunitiesThe MSc in Information Systems with Computing will provide you with the skills and knowledge to further develop your personal interests and career prospects in areas with skills gaps as identified by the government and industry. Typical career paths include software engineering, web application development, software analysis and design roles, systems support engineer, database developer, technical consultancy and project management roles. Graduates from MSc in Information Systems with Computing programme have the potential to work in areas such as System Analysis, Software Engineering, Enterprise Information System, Web Technologies, and Data Analytics in a wide variety of industries.
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- Software Engineering
- Advanced Databases
- Web and Mobile Technologies
- Personal and Professional Development
- Research Methods
- Data and Data Analytics
- Computer Systems Security
- Enterprise Information Systems
- 12 months
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesComputer Sciences Web Technologies & Cloud Computing Software Engineering View 39 other Masters in Computer Sciences in Ireland
- A Level 8 primary undergraduate honours degree with a minimum Second-Class Second Division classification (2.2) from a recognised third level institution in an IT / IS or Business discipline where a significate component of the degree is related to IT / IS, or
- A Level 8 Higher Diploma in Science in Computing.
- A Level 8 primary undergraduate honours degree with a minimum Second-Class Second Division classification (2.2) from a recognised third level institution in a non-cognate area but holds 4 years professional experience in a related field and who require a qualification in this area in order to progress professionally, or
- Prior knowledge and the study of the areas of databases, programming and networking is also required.
International12500 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 12500 EUR per year during 12 months.
EU/EEA8700 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 8700 EUR per year during 12 months.
5,390 EUR per annum part-time or 6,300 EUR for both full-time and part-time (16 months) higher diploma programmes for EU students.
Living costs for Dublin
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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