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This curriculum was created in collaboration with a number of national and international organisations, including Deloitte UK, Airbus, BT, and Rolls-Royce, to ensure that you learn about challenges at the forefront of the industry. DMU's expert staff at the Cyber Technology Institute deliver instruction, and the institute has been named an NCSC Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research for its pioneering research in incident response and cyber threat intelligence, industrial control systems, and sociotechnical security. The four core areas of the Cyber Technology MSc programme are Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Digital Forensics, and Software Engineering. It is possible to study it by mixing courses from all five categories, allowing students to specialise in their area of interest. Alternatively, students can take a combination of routes, such as a degree in Cyber Technology with Artificial Intelligence. In acknowledgement of their expertise in providing students with a wide foundation of abilities, the National Cyber Security Centre – part of GCHQ – has fully accredited our MSc in Cyber Security and a particular track in MSc in Cyber Technology.