June 1, 2020
University of Liverpool launches new online masters portfolio
The University of Liverpool has launched a number of new online masters programs, all with a January 2021 start date.
The new online part time masters courses all take two and a half years to complete and include:
MSc in Artificial Intelligence: Designed to give students the skills to develop, design and evaluate intelligent systems, with core modules focusing on topics such as machine learning in practice, deep learning and natural language processing.
MSc in Sports and Business Management: Ideal for those who want to progress in a management career, as well as those interested in developing or thriving within a sports business.
MSc in Healthcare Leadership: Designed for healthcare professionals in a managerial position, this course will develop the student’s understanding and skillset while establishing robust and effective management practices suitable for any healthcare environment. Core modules include effective leadership, financial management, healthcare innovation and management theories.
MSc in Health Psychology: A masters program developed for those interested in researching and understanding the psychological and emotional aspects of health, physical illness, and wellbeing. Core modules focus on topics including health-related behaviour, the application of health psychology to long-term conditions, and lifespan and socio-cultural perspectives.
Find out more about the online programs at the University of Liverpool.
Looking for funding for postgraduate studies? Check out the exclusive bursaries on offer from Postgrad Solutions.
Content added on 1st June 2020.
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