The University of Liverpool’s online MSc in Advanced Computer Science is designed to give you sought-after skills to apply algorithms and intelligent systems in some of the most contemporary fields of computer science such as Big Data Analytics and Security.
This is one of the only UK advanced computer science degrees delivered completely online. Our degree provides you an opportunity to gain real-world skills to design, implement and execute creative computation solutions. You’ll explore the use of algorithms and intelligent systems, such as neural networks, fuzzy expert and more, to create intelligent machine learning solutions to drive real innovation.
Access some of the most used tools in advanced computation
Study advanced computer science topics
Choose elective modules from the most current areas of computer science
This advanced degree provides a robust platform for further career development and can provide you with the detailed knowledge to create smarter, faster ways to gain a competitive edge. Our programme also prepares you for further education in a variety of advanced subjects such as artificial intelligence, robotics, Fintech and more.
Karl Alexander (Canada)
Online Computer Science graduate
You’ll be able to customise up to 50% of your programme by choosing elective modules that fit your interests. You can focus your study on the use of intelligent systems within the design of software products, cyber security systems, big data analytics, technology innovation - or combine expertise from all.
Work is completed in a cloud-server platform that mirrors a real-world IT work environment. You’ll be able to access some of the most current tools used in advanced computation via a cloud environment that many organisations are already using. Through completion of practical assignments, you’ll have the opportunity to showcase your solution-based skills and develop a Professional Portfolio of Evidence.
Showcase your technical skills and knowledge by developing a cloud-based collection of your work. This portfolio of solution-based artefacts can be presented to employers and peers to demonstrate your critical thinking and practical skills.
Our innovative online study environment mirrors a real-life professional computing environment. This allows you to access different software platforms, conduct simulations, and perform practical tasks in one of the largest and commercially used cloud-servers on the market.
As a student of the University, you can access a Global Career Advisor Network that puts you in touch with global professionals and industry insiders. Advisors can provide you with invaluable insights to help you to move ahead professionally, redirect your career or start a new business venture.
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