There are two ways to study this course. You can take the general pathway, giving you a rounded computing education and a broad qualification, or you can take the specialist pathways to focus on a defined section of computing and meet your career aspirations. While the pathway option is mostly technical in focus, you will also learn about the business context and develop interpersonal skills that are vital to problem solving in business.
Whichever option you take, you will study six modules and complete a dissertation. Some of the optional modules are only offered according to staff availability and student interest.
Recent studies show a continuing demand for well-trained computing personnel. Successful graduates will have a whole range of possible employment paths in front of them within the broad IT/computing domain.
- Intelligent Systems
- Distributed Systems
- Media Techniques
- Internet Programming
- Internet Security
- Java programming
- Specification Analysis and Design
- Visual Object Software
- Software Engineering
- Formal Methods for Software Construction
- Modern Computer Architecture
- Computer Networks
- Mobile Device Software Development
- Immersive Technologies
- Modelling for Enterprise