Taught MSc Programmes
The Department of Computer Science champions two MSc programmes.
MSc in Scientific Computing and Data Analysis
The MSc Scientific Computing and Data Analysis is intended to provide Masters-level education in Computer Science aspects of scientific computing (algorithms, data structures, implementation techniques and computer tool usage), in mathematical aspects of data analysis and application knowledge in the chosen specialisation domain. Learn more: durham.ac.uk/courses/info/?id=25453&title=Scientific+Computing+and+Data+Analysis&code=G5K609&type=MSC&year=2020
MSc in Scientific Computing and Data Analysis (MISCADA)
This 1-year degree is jointly organised with Durham's Physics Department as well as Mathematical Sciences. It targets students with a BSc or MSc in sciences with a strong quantiative element, as well as computer scientists and mathematicians with a faible for computational physics and engineering. We see our students as the next generation cohort to apply successfully for PhD studentships, to make the difference in R&D in companies, and to work and research at the forefront of data analysis and high performance scientific computing.
MSc in Business Analytics
This 1-year degree is jointly organised with Durham's Business School.