The demand for Internet of Things (IoT) applications is growing with the rapid evolution of technology. This demand requires software engineers, systems developers, programmers, and analysts with the required expertise in IoT technology in order to build, integrate, and deploy relevant applications.
This course adopts modern approaches to software systems development, allowing you to explore both the theoretical and practical skills needed to understand programming and problem solving, software design methods, wireless sensor networks, development and integration of secure IoT systems, data structures and algorithms, intelligent systems, big data and data analytics, and product design and innovation management.
The course prepares you for a wide range of career opportunities, from programming and developer roles to software engineering, with Internet of Things applications found in a range of industries such as health and social care, security and surveillance, transportation, smart homes and home automation, entertainment, education, agriculture, and urban development.
This course is open to applicants looking to study for September 2021 entry.
- Explore an equal balance of theory and practice by studying modules such as Machine Learning, Mobile Big Data and IoT Security and Trust, with modules such as Product Development and Innovation Management designed to enhance your employability.
- Access our specialist Internet of Things laboratory equipped with a range of sensors, actuators, and controllers for practical work.
- Prepare for a career in the innovative Internet of Things field, in roles such as IoT systems engineers, software developers, embedded systems engineers, product portfolio managers, big data architects and security specialists.
- Learn from internationally recognised academics. Computer Science and Informatics at DMU is ranked third among modern universities for the quality of its research in the latest Research Excellence Framework evaluation.
- Join our vibrant computing societies to meet like-minded people and build your skills outside the classroom. These thriving societies include DMU Hackers, an ethical hacking society that meets weekly to share skills, and gaming societies which compete in tournaments and Games Jams.
- Gain valuable international experience with our DMU Global programme. On previous trips, students from related courses met tech start-ups and entrepreneurs in San Francisco and visited the Spyscape Museum in New York.