The University of Liverpool’s innovative online master’s in Software Engineering is designed for working professionals who want to lead the way in software development. This BCS-accredited* online programme covers the various stages of the software development process as well as management principles.
Guiding you from concept and design to testing, QA and implementation, the programme is specifically designed for working professionals interested in pursuing a career in software development, one of the fastest growing areas in IT.
Learning alongside your current job, you will interact with fellow professionals from around the world, connecting in a virtual environment that mirrors the real world. By the time you graduate, you can expect to have the confidence, knowledge and ability to manage people and processes in the complex software development field, enabling you to take the next step in your career.
Jason Micallef (Malta)
Computer Science master’s graduate
The University of Liverpool Online MSc in Software Engineering programme gives you the opportunity to:
This programme is accredited by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.* A benchmark of excellence in IT, accreditation gives you the assurance that the degree meets the requirements set by an independent specialist agency. Some employers recruit preferentially from accredited degrees, and an accredited degree is likely to be recognised by countries that are signatories to international accords. An accredited degree also entitles you to professional membership of BCS, which is an important part of the criteria for achieving Chartered IT Professional (CITP) status through the Institute.
In the UK government’s most recent assessment of the quality of research in UK higher education institutions, the Research Excellence Framework 2014, 97% of the research produced by the University of Liverpool’s Department of Computer Science was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent – among the highest ratings of computer science departments in the UK. The University of Liverpool is a world-class institution and a member of the UK’s prestigious Russell Group of 24 research-led universities.
Two-part series on the ethics of big data and autonomous machines:
Big data and the search for MH370
In this first episode, Prof Simon Maskell who was involved in the search for MH370, studies the critical role big data played in its search and the role human judgement plays in the development of autonomous systems.
Who will tell the robots what to do?
In this second episode, Dr Louise Dennis examines the choices self-driving cars will face as they take over our roads. She maintains that moral reasoning will need to be a critical part of their design.
1 Many countries have their own accrediting bodies, and degree recognition differs from country to country. If you reside outside of the United Kingdom, please review your country of residence’s requirements to confirm recognition of your programme.