Taught course

Software Project Management

University of Bradford · School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Entry requirements

2:2 or above in: Computer science, computer engineering, informatics or other computer-related subjects from an approved degree-awarding body; OR Any subject from area relevant to the field(s) of your proposed multidisciplinary programme of study, together with skills and relevant experience in a computer-related area such as computer programming or information systems If you have lesser academic qualifications but have substantial (approx. 5 years) relevant work experience, your application may also be considered

Months of entry


Course content

With today's rapidly developing digital technology, companies
are increasingly demanding professionals with a broad range
of advanced computing skills and complementary disciplines.
This course is designed for students with a background in
computing who wish to enhance their skills in this discipline
and gain specialist knowledge in the fields of public policy and
programme management, multimedia or biomedical sciences.
Through the module options, you are given the opportunity to build
your own programme of study to match your previous experience
and education as well as your career aspirations.Therefore,
in addition to the generic title, you will also have the opportunity
of graduating with the degree of MSc in Multidisciplinary
Computing (Creative Technologies), MSc in Multidisciplinary
Computing (Public Policy and Programme Management) or
MSc in Multidisciplinary Computing (Biomedical Sciences).
Special Features:
This course draws upon the successful research expertise of
the Department of Computing, and the exciting and extensive
knowledge base within the School of Computing, Informatics
and Media, and other Schools across the University of
Bradford, such as the Department of Development and
Economic Studies, and Biomedical Sciences within the School
of Life Sciences

Qualification and course duration


part time
24 months
full time
12 months

Course contact details

PG Admissions
01274 234286