The Department of Computing in DEI College is comprised of an excellent academic staff with extensive teaching and professional experience. Nowadays digital technologies enjoy widespread proliferation in our everyday lives and in the evolution of digital economy, with emphasis on interactions between systems, humans and the environment respectively. The challenges we face for the development of interactive technologies and web applications are high and proportionate to the complexity of the systems. The Department of Computing in DEI College teaches its students how to record and forecast the technological advances and developments. It combines the theoretical with the practical aspect of Computing, while its postgraduate program is designed to meet the latest scientific developments, in accordance with the internationally-changing production and business needs. The MSc Cybersecurity allows students to study cyber security and Internet technologies at a greater depth, develop their research and analytical skills and complete an individual thesis investigating an area that they are particularly interested in.
The postgraduate degree in Law offered through DEI College is the following:
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