A 2:2 honours degree or above in computer science, science or engineering, or an equivalent overseas qualification.
Those with other degrees but with a minimum of three years work experience will also be considered.
Months of entry
Computer networks underpin almost every aspect of modern business. Their competent management is crucial to a company's success and experts who can fulfil this role are highly sought-after. Network management is a rapidly-evolving specialism for which you need leadership, problem-solving and organisational skills as well as the technical ability.
Why study MSc Network Management and Cloud Computing at Middlesex University?
This course has a marked emphasis on professional and applied skills and you will be able to take full advantage of the university's strong links with companies in the IT sector. During your studies, you will work with our LTE test bed and Blade Server, and you will learn how to access and configure cloud-based networks.
You will be encouraged to learn, explore and work within our award-winning technology centre and its five specialist laboratories equipped with the latest industry-standard hardware and software, including OPNET, Wireshark, MATLAB, Simulink, OpNet Modeller 17.0, OMNeT++ , NI and Cisco technology such as Packet Tracer.
Practical work is an important part of every module, and unless you're already in employment, we'll encourage and support you to finding a placement for up to 12 weeks, during which you'll work on your independent research project.
Our strong research profile ensures our courses remain innovative. We have developed our own WSN, Senso LAB, and have also undertaken notable research in areas such as MIMO, LTE and LTE Advanced
The course is designed for those students who have previously studied computing at university level or who are currently working in the sector, and are looking to develop an advanced mastery of the subject.
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