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IT & Strategic Innovation Masters (MSc): Course features

What this course offers you

  • This course gives you the knowledge and skills needed to strategically manage innovation within an IT context.
  • You can tailor the course to your own career development needs, industry background or organisation's requirements.
  • The project/dissertation gives you the chance to study an area of interest in greater depth and gain valuable research skills. It often takes the form of a business plan and is relevant to your career so provides an excellent selling point when you are looking for a job or promotion.
  • If you are an overseas student, we will help you to carry out a project either based in your home country or that will be of specific relevance when you return home.
  • Teaching staff are research active, which keeps your learning cutting-edge (read more in our Research areas section).
  • The taught modules aim to prepare you for the job market. Alongside your academic studies, you gain skills in:
    • problem solving and organisation;
    • data collation, review and synopsis;
    • communication (oral, written and electronic);
    • time management; and
    • co-operation and teamwork.
  • Each module offers a stimulating balance of study, which may include lectures, practical lab work, group working, case studies and presentations. Industry experts often teach on the courses, enhancing your studies and putting them in a business context.
  • You also have the chance to network with other professionals in the same situation as yourself. Our postgraduate students often set up study groups to support and encourage to each other.
  • We have collaborative arrangements with several European partners, which add an extra perspective to the course and give insight into European industry practice.
  • We offer part-time options to help you fit your studies around other commitments. This course is modular, with each module taught in a week-long block, allowing you to attend as you would for a short course.
  • September and January start dates give you extra flexibility.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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Accreditation

The British Computer Society (BCS) accredits this course which means you may be able to gain exemptions from some BCS professional examinations.

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