网络技术硕士

Description:

MSc in Web Technologies – full time

Location:

IFSC Campus

Duration:

1 year

NFQ Level:

Masters

 

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The computing course will give you the opportunity to develop outstanding expertise in the fast-paced ICT area of web technologies. The course is practical in nature and aims to provide individuals with an understanding of how to create cutting-edge web applications to be deployed distributively across the latest hosting platforms, including public/ hybrid clouds, peer-to-peer networks, clusters, and multi-tenancy servers.

Who is the course for?

The course should appeal to not only skilled computing graduates, but also those with an interest in applying web technologies to their organisation.

 

This course is for experienced ICT professionals in the workplace and college graduates from cognate disciplines at level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications. Learners should have some experience with programming languages.

As a graduate of this course you will be able to:

  • Create and deploy a commercial web application
  • Use both enterprise and web application frameworks
  • Build scalable web applications and analyse their performance using the latest tools and techniques
  • Develop rich internet applications using the latest RIA frameworks
  • Perform usability testing on a given web application to ensure maximum effectiveness
  • Design and deploy wire framing, eye tracking and web analytics for websites
  • Generate a suitable business case to justify a web-based development

Indicative Schedule

Students need to be available 09.00-18.00 Monday – Friday. Class days and times vary.

 

This schedule is for indicative purposes only. Days and times are subject to change.

Duration

The course extends across 1 year with 2 semesters and a final dissertation.

Course Content

For more information on the subjects taught on this course you can view our module descriptions.

Entry Requirements

An honours (level 8) primary degree in a cognate discipline with a 2.2 award or higher. Prospective students are required to have covered at least one programming language throughout their undergraduate studies. The college operates a Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) scheme, meaning applicants who do not meet the normal academic requirements may be considered based on relevant work and other experience. This may be assessed using a portfolio of learning, demonstration of work produced and interview.

Award and Progression

The Master of Science in Web Technologies is awarded by QQI at level 9 on the National Framework of Qualifications. Students who successfully complete this course may progress to a major award at level 10.