Institute of Technology or PolytechnicUnitec Institute of Technology
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Level of Study
Next start date
Expected Jul 2023
Unitec Institute of Technology
This exciting and challenging Master’s programme can be completed over three semesters. You’ll develop high-level analytical, research, strategic planning and project management skills and improve your ability to design, plan and organise technology-based projects in various computing fields.
For ICT professionals interested in exploring their research ideas further and adding high-level specialist skills to their qualifications, this Master’s programme ticks all the boxes.
The Master of Applied Technologies (Computing) gives you the skills to undertake systematic research and solve complex applied computing problems in a specialisation of your choice: data analytics and intelligence, cybersecurity and networking or software development. You could also take an interdisciplinary approach.
You may undertake a 90-credit applied research thesis based on a topic relevant to your experience and interest, or design and carry out an applied project by combining two courses – Applied Project (30 credits) and Applied Research Project (60 credits).
It’s a highly flexible programme tailored to your career and research goals, providing an accelerated path to a Master’s level qualification and enabling you to contribute high-quality, meaningful work to the computing industry.
What you’ll learn:
To enter this programme, you’ll need to have one of the following:
A recognised Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline with merit (an average grade of B- or higher in all Level 7 courses)
A professional qualification in a relevant discipline, recognised as equivalent to merit in a Bachelor’s degree, plus recommendations from your employer or professional colleague
English Language Requirements: IELTS – Academic score of 6.5 with no band score lower than 6.0; TOEFL – Score of 79 (with a writing score of 21); PTE - Academic score of 58 with no band score lower than 50.