Postgraduate Pathway in Data and Computer Sciences
- Small class sizes (Average 15 people).
- Three possible start dates (January, June and September).
- Small classes and personalised attention
- Additional academic and non-academic support
- Extra contact time with your tutors.
This pathway is specifically designed to allow international students to reach their full potential in pursuit of a Plymouth University Master's degree.
Pathways at Plymouth University
|Stage 1: Pre-Masters in Data and Computer Science||Stage 2: Masters Degree|
£8,950 (one semester)
Stage 1: One or two semesters
Stage 1: January and May
Stage 1: Pre-Masters in Data and Computer Science
PUIC at Plymouth University
To develop a range of critical thinking skills necessary for successful study at postgraduate level, including evaluating arguments, debating and constructing effective arguments, evidence and critical reading.
How will I be assessed? Evaluating Arguments Assessment, Critical Evaluation Assessment, final Examination
Interactive Learning Skills and Communication
This module will develop a range of academic and communicative skills necessary for successful study and develop a range of transferable communicative skills (written and oral) to prepare students for professional life.
How will I be assessed? Oral Presentation, Group Report and Presentation, In-class assessment, PDP Journal and Final Examination
To develop an understanding of research methods and methodologies for postgraduate study. To develop an understanding of how to plan and undertake effective research at postgraduate level.
How will I be assessed? Topic Presentation, Literature Review, Methodology Essay
To provide the students with the necessary research and writing skills to produce a postgraduate level dissertation.
How will I be assessed? Dissertation (5,000 words)
To develop fundamental knowledge and skills in order to adopt a strategic approach to marketing within a global business context.
How will I be assessed? Group Report, Final Examination
Managing Human resources*
To allow the students to develop and apply fundamental knowledge and skills in adopting strategic approaches to human resources management within a global business context.
How will I be assessed? Individual Portfolio, Final Examination
* These modules are only available on the extended pathway.
Stage 2: Masters Degree
Please note: Masters Modules differ depending on the pathway, you can find out more about them on the Plymouth University website by clicking the links below: