计算机Master of Information Sciences (Computer Science)
- 课程级别：硕士学位/Master's Degree（9级）
- 学费：$33,680 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Massey University
- Massey Auckland: artificial intelligence, compilers, computer graphics, computer vision, parallel and distributed computing, operating systems and advanced computer systems.
- Massey Palmerston North: empirical software engineering, program verification, human-computer interaction, technology - support learning, artificial intelligence, smart environment, machine learning, scientific computing, health informatics and graph algorithms.
- a Bachelor of Information Sciences degree, or close equivalent, majoring in Computer Science, with a minimum B average in the majoring 300 level courses
- a bachelor degree, followed by a Graduate Diploma of Information Sciences, or close equivalent, majoring in Computer Science, with a minimum B average.
- a Bachelor of Information Sciences (Honours) with an endorsement in Computer Science;
- a Postgraduate Diploma in Information Sciences with an endorsement in Computer Science.
- IELTS score of 6.5 (no band less than 6.0)
- TOEFL iBT score of 90 overall (min 20 in Writing)
- PTE Academic score of 58 Overall (min 50 in communicative skills)
- Cambridge English score of 180
Focus on computer science
The Master of Information Sciences will give you in-depth knowledge and expertise in computer science.
WHAT IS IT LIKE?
Massey University’s Master of Information Sciences (Computer Science) will give you the knowledge and skills you need to gain a more in-depth understanding of computer science and to advance your career. You will learn how to apply knowledge of ICT technologies and/or management with both a broad world-view and at a specialty level. If you wish to have a broader-based qualification the Master of Science (Computer Science) may be suitable for you.
Flexibility of focus
Within computer science you can make the most of our lecturer’s research expertise to focus on topics that interest you such as:
A report by Absolute IT showed that IT employers are seeking increasing numbers of staff. In Auckland alone 75% of IT employers are planning to recruit additional staff and contractors in 2016. The majority of the hiring is taking place because of increased demand and new projects.
The research showed that high demand areas are now software development, business analysis, project management and data/database. These are the key areas of information sciences you can study at Massey.
Giving you relevant work experience
A professional practice project is a major part of this master’s. You will have the opportunity to lead real projects for real companies on real issues that they wish to solve. This experience can directly lead to roles and add substantial value to your resume when you are seeking employment.
A Master in Information Sciences gives you the best of theory and practice in information sciences. You will have the ability to run projects in professional practice and it is a stepping stone into a leadership role. It will open up greater opportunities in your career, more quickly.
Master of Information Sciences (Computer Science) structure
180 credit Master of Information Sciences
You will follow a parts-based course of study, which will consist of courses totalling at least 180 credits, normally consisting of 120 credits of courses (Part One) and 60 credits of professional project (Part Two)
A 180 credit master’s qualification is made up of two parts. The first part gives you good knowledge and skills that will help you with the research part of your qualification. You must pass Part One before you can progress to Part Two.
For progression to Part Two of the Master of Information Sciences, a B Grade Average is needed for the Part One courses.
120 credit Master of Information Sciences - by thesis only
You will complete thesis courses to the value of 120 credits from Part Two of the Schedule.
Admission to the Master of Information Science (Computer Science) (180 credits) requires you to have:
Admission to the 120-credit Master of Information Sciences (Computer Science) (by thesis) requires you to have been awarded either of the following with a minimum B average:
English language requirements: