MSc Data Science (with Applied Research option)
MSc Data Science course at Ulster aims to prepare students for a successful career as a data scientist or business analyst working in any profession where large amounts of data is collected, hence there is a need for skills in data acquisition, information extraction, aggregation and representation, data analysis, knowledge extraction and explanation. These type of skills are typically in high demand in IT business, security and health sectors, intelligent transport, energy efficiency and the creative industries.
This intensive specialist master’s course is aimed at highly-motivated graduates with a good honours degree in computing, engineering or a related discipline.
MSc International Tourism & Hospitality Management (with Applied Research option)
Ranked number one in the UK for Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism (Complete University Guide, 2021), Ulster University is the top place to study tourism and hospitality management. Accredited by the Institute of Hospitality, this qualification is recognised worldwide for international employment.
Working in partnership with industry experts we have created a relevant and practical course meaning you will graduate industry ready with the skills employers are looking for. Our modules encourage collaboration and forward thinking with the opportunity to share ideas and experience with a diverse network of international students.
MSc Pharmaceutical Science
The MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences programme at Ulster University provides an academically challenging and vocationally relevant education and training in pharmaceutical sciences.
Students will acquire an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of the subject, and achieve learning outcomes that enable them to be able to appreciate and apply acquired knowledge, skills and technological understanding.
- School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology ranked number 1 in UK in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2021
- Top class teaching and laboratory facilities
- Small class sizes – students supported to achieve their best potential