The School of Computer Science and Informatics offers a wide range of postgraduate courses which are taught by expert staff and respected by industry and academia. We have a large community of MSc students who enjoy access to excellent facilities and a challenging and rigorous teaching schedule.
With many of our programmes offering full time, part time and distance learning study modes, you can learn at a pace that suits your personal circumstances and professional ambitions.
Computer engineering and cyber security
Informed by high quality research and links with industry our courses focus on the theoretical and practical foundations of computer systems. They are designed to further your level of understanding and skill, and enable you to investigate the areas which interest you the most.
Cyber Security MSc
Cyber Technology MSc
Software Engineering MSc
Forensic Computing for Practitioners MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert
Professional Practice in Digital Forensics and Security MSc
These courses will provide you with detailed knowledge of artificial intelligence and intelligent robotics through models of computational intelligence, an insight into their theoretical basis, and the ability to apply these techniques to a wide variety of problems in the business or academics arenas.
Intelligent Systems MSc
Intelligent Systems and Robotics MSc
Business computing and mathematics
Our postgraduate business computing courses allow those with little or no prior computing experience to add to their skills. The courses have professional accreditation from SAS and the British Computer Society (BCS) allowing you to work toward professional qualifications while you study.
Business Intelligence Systems and Data Mining MSc
Data Analytics MSc
Information Systems Management MSc
Postgraduate Case Study
Salim Hasshu, a graduate of our Software Engineering MSc has praised De Montfort University for giving him the skills and confidence he needed to obtain a PhD scholarship at the university.
Salim won a prize for the work he did on his course and has fully embraced and benefitted from all aspects of life here at DMU.
Speaking about how he chose to study here Salim said, “Another big factor in my decision to study here was the skillset I was able to develop thanks to the placement year I had as an IT technician at a local school. It was this opportunity that allowed me to put all I had learnt in the classroom in real-life situations. I think that anyone can achieve a lot here and students are given plenty of opportunities like this to succeed.”
Salim is now looking to develop his PhD project at the University