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Wrexham Glyndwr has a number of degree courses specifically tailored to high-growth, in-demand industries, providing quality training for candidates who want to enter industries at a higher level.
MSc Engineering (Renewable & Sustainable Energy)
This degree offers students the chance to be at the forefront of one of the fastest-growing and most vital industries for the planet. Students will study sustainable energy resources and the design, engineering, and installation of renewable energy apparatus. in a specialist studio
MSc Cyber Security
In our ever-connected digital world, cyber security is becoming increasingly in-demand. This course is part of a subject area that has been rated third in the UK and first in Wales for satisfaction with teaching and is accredited by the British Computer Society. Students will gain advanced knowledge of cyber security themes such as cryptography, viruses and malware, and forensic investigation.
MSc Unmanned Aircraft System Technology
More commonly known as “drones’, the Unmanned Aircraft System industry is set to be worth billions in the next 10 years. This cutting-edge course will equip students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills that will stand them apart in this revolutionary industry. Students will learn how to build their own drone using state-of-the-art computer software and manufacturing facilities. There will also be opportunities to go on field trips and to enter the international IMechE UAS Challenge competition.