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Degrees and courses in computing

Whether you want to start your career as a computing professional or develop your specialist knowledge, a University of London degree will help you get ahead! Study by distance learning, wherever you are in the world.

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MSc Data Science

Study based on your interests: specialise in AI or Fin Tech and acquire transferable skills to advance your career aspirations.

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MSc Data Science - Apply technology to real world data science issues and gain an in depth understanding of emerging technologies.
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BSc Computer Science

Choose from a suite of seven online specialisms to build on your interests and develop the skills you need.

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Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Become part of the future of this technology and learn how machines make sense of the world!

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Web and Mobile Development

Develop the skills to design applications for devices such as smartphones and tablets.

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Virtual Reality

Specialise in computer graphics, animation, immersive interaction design and virtual reality.

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Games Development

Designed for those who want to be at the forefront of the thriving gaming world, create tailored software for games.

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User Experience

You will be able to apply for jobs of the future that involve a flair for design and engagement with end users.

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Physical Computing and the Internet of things

Learn how to design devices that compute in real-world settings.

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Data Science

Develop the skills you need to be a data scientist, focus on machine learning, artificial intelligence and data analytics.

Other computing courses and specialisations (MOOCs)

We offer a variety of computing related study opportunities on Coursera

Discover more on the Coursera website