Computer Networking with Project Management at University of Bedfordshire - UCAS

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Course summary

Why study this course With the arrival of Internet of Things, and 24/7 connectivity to world-wide network facilities (desktop, laptop, tablets, smart phones, smart TVs etc.) there is an increased need for continued development of new networking protocols and technologies that can feed the demand of the nation. The MSc in Computer Networking with Project Management is designed to give you an in depth knowledge of wired, wireless, and mobile technologies. You will develop your knowledge and technical skills required to design, implement, manage and secure different types of networks. Educational Aims This course aims to provide you with a technical and Project perspective within the field of networking and telecommunications. The main aims of this course are to: Be able to demonstrate your knowledge and skills in network design, implementation, testing and management and maintenance. Be able to evaluate and critically analyse network models, design, technologies, configurations and present your views in relation to Project and operational needs. Develop your skills to ensure the security of enterprise networks through the adoption of ethical hacking, penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. Provide you with the skills to critically evaluate the benefits, drawbacks and pitfalls of applying the latest techniques in networked and distributed systems to your chosen field. Develop your ability to consider and evaluate professional issues connected to the implementation and management of network systems. Develop your understanding of professional ethics conforming to the British Computer Society Code of Conduct


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Entry requirements

Applicants should have a UK honours degree or equivalent in computer science, networking, security, or engineering. Applicants without a degree may be granted entry on the basis of their previous industrial work experience. Such work experience should be at least three years and applicants will be interviewed to verify suitability for the course.

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Computer Networking with Project Management at University of Bedfordshire - UCAS