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Information systems engineers help develop, analyze, improve and operate systems in all aspects of society. A master’s in information systems will teach you how to do all of these things through hands on learning experiences.
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This course will provide you with skills in programming, networking, e-business and computing in business. [+]
In today's world data continuously, internet browsing, moving around the city, making card purchases using public services are generated, [+]
Awarded by ATHE (Awards for Training and Higher Education). Level 4 and 5 Undergraduate IT and Computing. Accredited by ATHE and awarded by ATHE. [+]
Network and System Administration is a technical course focusing on Microsoft and Unix technologies, network infrastructure and server operations. This education is suited for those seeking many future opportunities in the IT sector... [+]
This 2 year Higher National Diploma (HND) offers an in-depth understanding of the information system development on which today’s organisations rely. You will explore the systems that collect, filter, process, create, and distribute... [+]