My experience at Aston was one I'll never forget. It gave me the opportunity to be taught by professors with great experience and professionalism in their field of expertise.”
Jessica El Chaar MSc IT Project Management
BSc Honours in Computing or IT (or equivalent) at grade 2:2
Duration of programme: 1 year full-time - six months of taught modules on campus and a six month individual project. You may be able to undertake a project within industry.
Start date: September
Intake: Up to 25 per year
£5,700 for UK/EU students (2017/18) £17,200 for Outside EU students (2017/18)
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The MSc IT Project Management will:
advance your knowledge and understanding of professional practice in IT and management of software systems
prepare you for an effective career, and give you the potential to reach a leadership role
provide you with practical experience of IT projects - you will prepare for an industry role by learning the necessary skills to take on projects from the initial analysis of a problem, through design and planning, implementation and documentation
This programme runs for 12 months from October to September with examinations / assessments held in December and March/April. The programme requires the student to undertake seven taught modules, which run between October and March, followed by the completion of a major six-month project of approximately 15,000 words, to be submitted by the end of September. The oral examination of the project is expected to take place within one month of submission.
*module delivered by Aston Business School
Taught modules are complemented by a substantial 80 credit individual project. Students are allowed to decide on the particular topic for their project. All projects are supervised by an academic member of staff, providing the students the opportunity for extended application of the knowledge and skills acquired in the taught part of the programme.