APPLIED 

COMPUTING

BSc (Hons)

Equip yourself with the skills to develop the next wave of computer software through the application of modern standards and design innovation.

BSc (Hons) Applied Computing

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OVERVIEW

Develop an in-depth knowledge of the development and use of computer systems  with our BSc in Applied Computing.

Whether students plan to enter industry or go on to study an MSc, our BSc in Applied Computing explores how computers function, how data is stored, organised and accessed, and how data can be programmed to provide varying user experiences from websites to applications, to applying cryptography and creating virtual environments.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To enter Year 1:

  • Minimum of 112 UCAS points (GCE 'A' level)

  • IB - 26 points

  • HNTEC Certificate

  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in IT or equivalent

To enter Year 2:

  • Pearson Level BTEC Level 5 in Computing, or equivalent

INTAKES
&
DURATION

Intakes:

Every February and August

Duration:

Entry from Year 1

3 years

Entry from Year 2 

2 years

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WHAT'S NEXT?

Upon the completion of BSc (Hons) Applied Computing, students may proceed to:

  • MSc Advanced Computer Science

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MODULES
  • User Experience & Collaborative Development

  • Database I

  • Operating Systems & Hardware

  • Foundation of Cyber-Security Concept

  • Web Development

  • Professional Skills for Computing

  • Mathematics For Computing

  • Programming I

  • Software Engineering Principles

  • Experiential Learning

  • Computer Systems & Networks

  • Website Application Development

  • Data Structure & Algorithm

  • Database II

  • Software Management

  • Innovation Project

  • System Analysis & Design

  • Design Thinking for Innovation

  • Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning

  • Emerging Markets & Technologies

YEAR 1

MODULES

YEAR 2

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YEAR 3

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