Go further with the University of Bath

Enriched by world-class, research-led teaching and the latest digital tools, our online MSc courses will challenge and inspire you, helping you build the real-world skills to evolve your career.

With regular encouragement, support and interaction with lecturers and peers, our virtual classroom technology ensures our online Master of Science degrees are as active and engaging as possible. It’s a golden opportunity to improve your prospects without interrupting your existing work or lifestyle commitments.

We currently offer the following online MSc courses:

Applied Economics (Banking and Financial Markets) online MSc

Packed with real-world insights, this course is perfect for students from non-economics backgrounds, such as social sciences and humanities. It is delivered by active, published lecturers, recognised globally for contemporary research into economic theory, econometrics and finance. Further your understanding, practical skills and confidence for a career in the world of banking and finance or public economics.

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Computer Science online MSc

This online MSc will give you everything you need to upgrade your career. Delivered by leading researchers in AI, human computer interaction and cybersecurity, you’ll gain the insights and skills to prepare you for new technology challenges. The University of Bath leads the Institute of Coding, an initiative that gives employers an opportunity to contribute to our courses. This ensures you’re developing skills that are in demand.

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Entrepreneurship Management and Innovation online MSc

This course provides a stimulating environment to develop the strategy, management and diplomacy skills necessary to spearhead company initiatives or start your own business. Delivered by academics leading contemporary research, at the EQUIS-accredited School of Management, you’ll be inspired by the latest thinking in management.

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By taking our campus programmes online, it makes them more accessible to adult learners who are balancing a busy schedule of work and family responsibilities. It will also increase our reach into a new student demographic, particularly mid-career professionals.

Professor Bernie Morley