A Master of Science is an educational program that requires students to complete coursework, hands-on training, and a research paper in order to earn the degree. With an MSc, students have the option of specializing their degree in a chosen field or concentration.
Networks, comprising technology or organizations, are an increasingly important part of an ever more connected world. The study of networks involves many different disciplines, although often programs may focus on a specific discipline, such as mathematics or computer science.
Online Master of Science in Networks
This masters degree course consists of a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Networking and an MSc dissertation. The final MSc dissertation module draws together the knowledge and skills you have gained, in a research-based project. Professionals in IT and related fields will benefit from the completion of a dissertation, helping them to develop the skills required for systematically addressing problems in their own organisations. The MSc is also relevant as a... [+]
The Online Master’s Program in IAKM with a concentration in User Experience Design (UXD) at Kent State University blends human-centered thinking, design, and information architecture to take your UXD knowledge and skills to the next level. This concentration is offered as a part of Kent State’s M.S. in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management in the School of Library and Information Science. [+]