This programme provides students with an advanced understanding of Information Technology. The programme will develop a critical understanding of the issues associated with using Information Technology systems and their impact on business processes and project management. As well as developing an appreciation of theoretical and research aspects in the field, students will acquire practical and evaluative skills in using and maintaining Information Technology systems.
This joint programme is supported by the School of Computer Science and School of Management and provides students with an advanced understanding of Management and Information Technology. The programme will develop a critical understanding of the issues associated with Management and Information Technology systems. As well as developing an appreciation of theoretical and research aspects in the field, students will acquire practical and evaluative skills in Management and using and maintaining Information Technology systems.
This course is primarily concerned with providing graduates with the specialist skills associated with next generation digital telecommunications such as WiMAX and Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless broadband communication systems, IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), MIMO systems, space-time coding, software defined radio, and reconfigurable analogue and digital RF systems. It also provides knowledge and skills in the general use of DSP techniques in many different areas including robotic, autonomous, medical, geophysical, aerospace, automotive and environmental systems.
Speech and Image Coding
Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Filters and Systems
Professional and Research Methodology
Research or Industrial Placement
A Research or Industrially Focused Dissertation
This MSc programme is aimed at students who are interested in the cross-over between data analysis, computing and application. Students could, for example, hold a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics, a BSc in Ecology or Environmental Sciences, or a BSc in Computing, but backgrounds in other STEM (science, technology, engineering or maths) subjects are welcome to apply.
Statistical Inference Specialism（Route 1）
Computing Specialism（Route 2)
Modern information systems continue to transform and progress the ease with which information can be accessed across the globe and to underpin the digital society and economy. They depend fundamentally on digital systems of communication, and this programme provides thorough coverage of the speciality to meet the high and increasing demand for digital communications engineers who can manage and develop the technologies of today’s data-driven lifestyle.
Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing
Information Theory and Coding
Advanced individual project
Personal Radio Communications
Digital Signal Processing for Software Defined Radio
Communication Network Security and e-Commerce
Mobile Network Technologies
Intelligent Signal Processing
The Archives and Records Management MA provides the skills and knowledge that are needed by new entrants to the profession in the United Kingdom and abroad. Students learn to manage and preserve records created in the present and those inherited from the past for use in the present and future.
Concepts and Contexts
Creation and Capture
Curation and Stewardship
The Record-keeping Professional
Access and Use of Archives and Records
Digital Resources in the Humanities
Introduction to Digital Curation
English Historical Frameworks
Oral History: from Creation to Curation
Reading and Interpretation of Archives from 1500
Standards for Digital Recordkeeping
The Health Informatics MSc at UCL provides students with an education in the theory and practice of health informatics. Students develop a body of knowledge about the problems of healthcare, the concepts used in analysing them and the principles that govern the successful engineering, application and evaluation of solutions.
Principles of Health Informatics
Research Methods in Healthcare
Information Systems in Healthcare
Shared Care and Electronic Health Records
Patient Safety and Clinical Risk
Clinical Knowledge and Decision Making
eHealth: Patients and the Internet
Information Law and Governance in Clinical Practice
Healthcare Quality and Evidence Based Practice
Using Information in Healthcare Management
The MSc in Information Science is an ideal career development programme for librarians, archivists and other information professionals who wish to update their management skills and experience in the use of information technology, the internet and digital media, or for those from a computer-oriented background who wish to specialise in iThe programme includes both practical and theoretical work through which students develop a deeper understanding of not just the technologies themselves but also the implications of applying and managing these technologies in varied information environments. The wide range of optional courses allow students to tailor the programme to fit their individual career specialism and needs.nformation fields.
Database Systems Analysis and Design
Introduction to Programming and Scripting
Fundamentals of Information Science
Server Programming and Structured Data
Digital Resources in the Humanities
Legal and Social Aspects