Internet and Database Systems MSc

London South Bank University Department of Education
En London (Inglaterra)

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MSc Internet and Database Systems offers ambitious web developers the opportunity to amass the high-level technical and associated skill base that will enable them to manage the most complex internet projects.

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London
103 Borough Road, SE1 0AA, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Internet
IT
Database
Database training
systems

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Modules

  • Cloud computing (20 credits)
    This module provides a broad introduction to cloud architecture, supporting technology such as Share Point, Virtual Desktop, Skype, Dropbox, Mozy, along with examples of best practice in cloud management and development strategies.
  • Database management (20 credits)
    This module teaches database design and architecture, database security, MS SQL SVR and Oracle SqlPlus and relevant extensions for PL/SQL, T-SQL and metadata exchange using XML.
  • Mobile applications and security (20 credits)
    This module covers various mobile technology and application developments for iOS, Android and Windows applications. The topics covered will also examine issues such as BYOD & Security Policy/Architecture.
  • Business intelligence analytics (20 credits)
    On this module you'll learn about dashboards, SAS, algorithms and analytic techniques. 
  • Data Quality Assurance  (20 credits) 
    This module provides a broad foundation on data lifecycle, managing big data, data metrics, data profiling, data cleansing and  data protection.
  • Research methods (0 credit, delivered in two parts)
    The modules aims to enhance your knowledge and skills in research methodology, research ethics, planning, research design and analysis, presentation in order to undertake a large research project.
  • Software project management  (20 credits)
    This module provides a broad introduction to project management techniques, project evaluation, project organisation and models, estimation and risk Management along with the legal implications that may impact this industry.
  • Final project (60 credits)
    This module will see you undertake a substantial, independent research project building on the taught course.

All modules are assessed by a mix of coursework and examinations.