Postgraduate Online

five online master's degree programmes

The Department of Computer Science offers five online master's degree programmes, all are delivered online by night. Online delivery offers flexibility that's attractive to people in work who want to upskill but cannot attend a full-time programme.

All classes are delivered over the Internet and all practical work is completed using CIT’s cloud infrastructure. Lectures are delivered using Adobe Connect and labs are available 24/7 using CIT’s world-class private cloud environment. Our current online students are based in Ireland, the UK, France, Netherlands, Germany, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, South America, Canada, Australia and the USA.

Please use the following links to get detailed information about each of the following master's degree programmes:

  • Artificial Intelligence
    Artificial Intelligence MSc. Study cutting-edge modules in Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Big Data, Natural Language Processing(NLP), Knowledge Representation, Metaheuristic Optimisation, Decision Analytics and many more.
  • Software Arch/Design
    This innovative master's degree programme was designed to upskill existing software engineers using a flexible online approach. In software, architecture spans across a number of pillars which include the application, system, software and enterprise.
  • Cloud Computing
    The world's first MSc in Cloud Computing. Launched in 2011 in conjunction with key industry stakeholders EMC and VMWare. Continuously updated with new content to ensure it remains as relevant as ever.
  • Cybersecurity
    Part-time fully online MSc in Cybersecurity has a strong applied focus with in-depth theory. Developed with industry’s leading experts. Also available in full-time mode.
  • Cybersecurity Management
    Part-time fully online MSc in Cybersecurity Management will prepare a broad range of graduates for roles as cybersecurity professionals with leadership responsibilities within industry. Developed with industry’s leading experts.
  • Technical Communication
    The role of information developers is becoming increasingly important given that society is being driven by technology and information developers provide the voice in communicating how issues incorporating technology are framed and developed.
  • Springboard

online programmes at a glance

Alternatively, if you just need a quick overview of each programme please click on one of the images below to download a pdf flyer for each programme. The flyers offer a brief introduction to each programme and include full programme schedules. 


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