Launch of two new MSC Computer Science Conversion courses


The School of Computing at the University of Kent is pleased to offer two new MSc Computer Science conversion courses in Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Security, designed for graduates from any discipline.

The MSc Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) course focuses on how computer science and artificial intelligence can solve complex problems in the world. This is a rapidly evolving field for the transformation of our society from self-driving cars, robotics, finance and healthcare. This conversion course has been designed to provide graduates from any discipline with an introduction to computer science and artificial intelligence to develop skills to restart your career, get into technology and succeed within an evolving industry.

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The MSc Computer Science (Cyber Security) conversion course will give you the opportunity to establish a foundation in cyber security from technical and multidisciplinary perspectives. In a world with more smart devices than people and an increasing reliance on connectivity across the Internet, cyber threats are a growing concern for organisations, governments and individuals. Acquiring skills in Cyber Security has, therefore, become an advantage for a range of professions and roles across different sectors and disciplines.

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