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This is a one year full-time or two year part-time postgraduate course offers in-depth knowledge and practical skills in data analysis, machine learning, and data management. Students gain expertise in solving real-world data-related challenges and advancing their careers in the field of data science..
The MSc in Computer Science - Intelligent Systems focuses on developing advanced knowledge and practical expertise in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and robotics. Students learn to design and implement intelligent systems to tackle complex problems and drive innovation in various industries.
The MSc in Computer Science - Future Networked Systems equips students with specialised knowledge in advanced networking, communication technologies, and distributed systems. Participants explore emerging concepts like Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing to design and optimise future-proof networked systems for various applications.
The MSc in Computer Science - Augmented and Virtual Reality is a one-year taught masters’ programme which focuses on providing students with expertise in AR and VR technologies, 3D visualisation, and user experience design. Participants learn to create immersive and interactive virtual environments, preparing them for careers in cutting-edge AR and VR applications.
The MSc in Interactive Digital Media offers a comprehensive curriculum in digital media design, development, and production. Students gain hands-on experience in creating interactive and engaging digital content, preparing them for diverse careers in the rapidly evolving field of interactive media and technology.
The MSc in Statistics & Sustainability combines statistical methodologies with sustainability-focused analysis and decision-making. Students gain skills to analyse complex environmental and societal data, contributing to sustainable practices and policies in various industries and research fields.
The MSc in Statistics & Data Science (Online) is a three-year taught part-time masters’ programme which covers a wide range of statistical methods and data analysis techniques, with a strong emphasis on practical application. Students gain expertise in handling and interpreting data to make informed decisions and solve real-world problems across various domains.You can choose to study for 1, 2 or 3 years for a Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters qualification. The courses are best seen as ‘continuing professional development’ for people who need statistics for their work, or who are interested in eventually taking a more technical programme in data science.
This postgraduate masters in Biomedical Engineeringprovides advanced training in the interdisciplinary field of biomedical engineering, covering areas such as medical device design, tissue engineering, and biomechanics. Students gain the expertise to contribute to advancements in healthcare through the application of engineering principles to medical challenges.
This masters in Computational Engineering provides advanced training in computational methods and their applications in engineering disciplines. Students gain expertise in using computer simulations and modeling to analyze and solve complex engineering problems, preparing them for careers at the forefront of engineering innovation.
This postgradaute masters course at Trinity College Dublin in Electronic & Information Engineering postgraduate masters in offers a comprehensive curriculum covering topics like electronic circuits, signal processing, communication systems, and information theory. Students gain expertise in designing and developing cutting-edge electronic and information technologies for various applications in industries such as telecommunications and computing.
This is a one-year full-time or two-year part-time postgraduate course designed to provide graduate engineers with specialist understanding in one of the following areas: Environmental Engineering; Structural and Geotechnical Engineering; Transport Engineering, Policy and Planning; or Sustainable Energy Engineering. This level 9 programme is accredited by Engineers’ Ireland, which is a member of the European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) and the Washington Accord and thus internationally recognised by signature countries, including China (CAST), India (NBA), UK and the USA (ABET).
This postgraduate masters in Mechanical Engineering offers comprehensive training in various aspects of mechanical engineering, including design, materials, and manufacturing. Students gain practical skills and theoretical knowledge to tackle engineering challenges and contribute to advancements in various industries, from automotive to aerospace.
M.Phil in Music and Media Technologies explores the intersection of music and technology, covering topics like audio production, digital sound processing, and interactive music systems. Students gain expertise in creating innovative musical experiences and integrating technology into artistic expression and multimedia projects.
Those studying the MSc in Zero Carbon Technology focus on technologies to achieve the transformation to low-carbon energy and transport. Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate options are also available on a part-time basis.
The MSc in Biodiversity and Conservation provides a comprehensive understanding of biodiversity science, conservation ecology, and environmental management. Students gain practical skills and knowledge to address global conservation challenges and contribute to the preservation of biodiversity and ecosystems for future generations.
The MSc in Development Practice offers a multidisciplinary approach to address global development issues. Students gain practical insights into sustainable development practices, policy analysis, and social justice, preparing them for careers in international development and humanitarian organisations.
The MSc in Energy Science covers a wide range of topics related to energy production, distribution, and sustainable technologies. Students gain a deep understanding of energy systems and the skills to contribute to the development of renewable and efficient energy solutions for a sustainable future.
The MSc in Environmental History explores the complex relationship between human societies and the natural environment over time. Students gain insights into historical environmental issues and develop critical perspectives to address present-day environmental challenges and foster sustainable practices.
The MSc in Environmental Sciences covers a wide range of topics, including environmental monitoring, sustainability, and ecological management. Students gain a holistic understanding of environmental issues and develop skills to address complex challenges related to conservation and sustainable resource management.
The MSc in Smart and Sustainable Cities offers a comprehensive curriculum covering urban planning, data analytics, and smart technologies to create environmentally friendly and efficient cities. Students gain expertise in addressing urban challenges and shaping sustainable cities of the future through innovative and integrated approaches.