BSc (Hons) Computing Technologies

Course details

The course addresses the underlying principles of modern computing technology, its role in helping to solve real-world business problems and the critical issues in its effective management. A graduate would be equipped with skills for the development, maintenance, evaluation and management of computing systems in a range of organisations, typically in the context of IT departments in public or private sector organisations. The course allows a one year professional practice to allow you to develop your skills and put into practice what you have learned the two first years.

Intakes Study Options Location
Sep, Jan, May 3 years, full time, weekdays UK

Why Study BSc (Hons) Computing Technologies?

For those excited about the ever-expanding world of technology; a phenomenon existent everywhere in modern society, as well as how people with the skills to harness its power use it will be interested in an Applied Computing course. Applied computer science skills and knowledge cater for a variety of job roles in the digital age not only limited to the purely computer-centric, as technology is used in daily operations everywhere.

IT is an integral part of every business and organization, owing itself to organisational matters in a big way and so businesses look for and value people who are well versed in how computers work for various logistical purposes. Computer technologies are also constantly changing, so companies need those who understand the technological basics in order to roll with the punches as new software and devices are developed. By enrolling, you therefore make yourself a precious asset to any workforce and hence highly desirable.

Career Opportunities:

The addition of an Applied Computing degree to your experiential arsenal provides opportunities for a variety of senior and influential professions. These include:

  • Software Engineering
  • Online Security
  • Systems Architecture
  • Video Game Design
  • Communications
  • Project Management
  • Computer Programming

The opportunity for work experience and studying abroad are also invaluable for those looking to endeavor in a career in Applied Computing, allowing you to gain real practical experience as well as mix with individuals who can advise and guide you to the best career prospects.

Course Structure & Classes

Year 1

  • Computer Technologies

  • Introduction to Databases

  • Visual Programming

  • Web Technologies

  • Academic Skills for Computing

  • Managing Web Platforms and Content

  • Professional Awareness

Year 2

  • Dynamic Web Authoring – Client View

  • Systems Software

  • Visual Web Development

  • Data Communication and Networking

  • Professional Development

  • e-Business

  • Group Project

Year 3

  • Information Systems Management

  • Enterprise Networks

  • Computing Project

  • Project Management

  • Pervasive Computing in Healthcare

  • Internet Application Development

Please note: the availability of modules are subject to change depending on the course circumstances and student demand, the structure and modules offered will vary on your placement of university and intake.

Entry requirements

  • A Level requirement for this course is grades ABB. All subject areas considered
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma: minimum of 27 points to include 13 at Higher Level
  • GCSE (or equivalent) profile to include minimum of Grade B or above in Mathematics and Grade C in English Language
  • 120 UCAS points, or equivalent
  • Please get in touch with one of our consultants regarding English fluency, work experience and any other inquiries you may have about entry requirements.

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