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MSc in Computing (Information Security & Digital Forensics)

  • 21-03-2018 2:00pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 188 ✭✭ boogerballs


    Hi,

    I am looking to get some information about the part-time MSc in Computing (Applied Cyber Security) in ITB. Link to the course is:

    http://www.itb.ie/studyatitb/bn528ft.html

    This course was previously named MSc in Computing (Information Security & Digital Forensics). It runs two evenings per week for two year.

    Apart from what is on the website, I can't find much information about what exactly is being covered in each module. Has anyone on here done this course and if so was there much programming on it. What programming languages were used? What did you think of the course, tutors etc..

    Cheers in advance.
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