PhDs in Computer Science & IT


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We all know the archetype of “loner who sits in the dark and all he does is type fast”, and we all assume that person is a “hacker”. Actually, no. It’s just your friendly neighbourhood Computer Science & IT graduate.

As the main discipline of everything computer-related, Computer Science & IT covers everything from Video Games and Multimedia, to Human – Computer Interaction, IT Security, Health Informatics, and more.

Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees cover notions of Computation, Software, Hardware, and Computer Systems, each treated more in depth, as the students advance. Subjects like Mathematics and Algorithms are also very prominent, seeing how those who wish to follow such a degree should have a rather clear and tidy way of thinking.

Fields that have a high demand of Computer Science & IT alumni are:

• Manufacturing of Information Systems
• Maintenance and Sales
• Software and Hardware Development
• e-Business
• Telecommunication Networks Expertise

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Suggested PhDs in Computer Science & IT

Doctorate Network and Information Technologies

The scientific production and training capacity of the researchers in the different UOC groups involved in IT, multimedia and telecommunications justify the creation of a specific doctoral programme, with a separate identity, to consolidate research and knowledge exchange activities. The Network and Information Technologies is offered at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).

P.D.Eng. Data Science

The Professional Doctorate in Engineering program Data Science at Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) is a two-year post-master's program. It qualifies students with an MSc degree in mathematics, statistic and computer science to become top-level professionals. 

Ph.D. Computer Science

The Computer Science programme from University of Nicosia will help the holders of the Phd to understand the field and exhibit advanced skills and methods of research associated with the field and thus they will be able to conceive, design, implement and adapt a substantial process of research.