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Joint degrees

Together with other academic schools we offer a number of degrees designed to help you develop and apply core skills and knowledge across disciplines and give you the opportunity to study cutting edge topics in each area.

Abacws Joint degrees

Computational and Data Journalism

Together with the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Culture we offer this innovative, high quality and distinctive degree. This full-time MSc focuses on the development of knowledge and skills through research-informed learning in digital journalism, data science, computer applications and digital development.

No previous experience of computing is required. This degree is open to graduates of any discipline.

Degree name
MSc Computational and Data Journalism

Data Science and Analytics

You will study fundamental topics in data science and analytics across both the School of Mathematics and School of Computer Science and Informatics. These will allow you to develop data handling and extraction skills, programming skills, machine learning and informatics skills, problem solving and modelling skills, appropriate for employment in these sectors or leading on to further study by research.

Degree name
MSc Data Science and Analytics

Data Analytics for Government

The MSc in Data Analytics for Government has been designed so that it can meet the continuing education and training needs of those who work with data in Government. It will develop your theoretical understanding, practical experience of data science and analytics with a specific focus on the application of data analytics within government and public service.

Degree name
MSc Data Analytics for Government

Continuing Professional Development

We are pleased to offer four core modules from the MSc Data Analytics for Government, available to study on a standalone basis for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

We have developed this programme in conjunction with the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Modules are only open to employees of the ONS and public sector bodies in the UK.