BSc (Hons) Computing and Information Systems (Top-up)

Course overview

This specially packaged course focused on the industry requirements and employability skills would open unique doors of employment numerous career paths, such as.

Additionally students may wish to pursue a further academic qualification and continue to a MA or MSc degree by means of post graduate study at a university.

During this course you will:

 

  • Design and develop your own piece of software, hardware, or network system as part of your final year project.
  • Tap in to our Library’s vast selection of electronic resources, which can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. In addition you will have full access to the university’s library and electronic resources
  • Participate in live web-based chat forums to discuss your work with lecturers and other students
  • Develop a full understanding of the theory and practice of IT industry
  • Meet the national need for adaptive, adaptable and transformative graduates and gain necessary knowledge and skills required to prepare you for the world of work.

 

 

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Key Information:

Course duration: 1 Year
Study Mode: Full-time
Study Location: London Campus
Luton Campus

Course Level: 6
Award: BSc (hons)
Awarding Body: University of West London

Course Tags

BSc

Modules Studied

During this course you will:

Modules

  • Advanced Database Systems
  • Applied Software Engineering
  • Project
  • Computer Security
  • Information Systems Project Management

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ACTUAL MODULES STUDIED MAY BE SUBJECT TO VARIATION

Starting Dates:

Dates to be confirmed. Please get in touch with our Admissions Team

Tuition Fees:

£6,165

Age: 19+

Each applicant’s potential will be considered on individual bases in order to make a professional judgement about their ability to successfully complete the programme of study and achieve the qualification.

For learners who have recently been in education or training the entry profile is likely to include:

  • HND in Computing or HND Computing and Systems and Development (Merit)
  • Mathematics for Software Development as a pre-requisite for Year 3 entry

You will be assessed through written assignments, presentations and closed book written exams.

The assignment criteria are provided by the awarding body.

After the successful completion of the course you would be able to:

  • demonstrate an awareness of key legal, social, ethical and professional issues pertinent to information systems, and their use in the business environment
  • select and applying appropriate problem-solving strategies in the context of information systems and information technology
  • identify, specify, analyse and evaluate business problems within a business information systems environment
  • demonstrate professional skills in a work-related context (including e.g. presentations, report-writing, ability to work as part of a team)
  • understand the needs of business users, and plan, design, develop and implement a software solution to meet their requirements
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