This course examines in depth how computer systems are designed and developed. You’ll have the opportunity to use different hardware and software and gain a variety of useful skills for your future career. A pathway in information systems helps you understand how systems development can transform data into useful outputs for an interface or for decision-making in large organizations.
|Start Dates||January, May and September|
|Entry Criteria||Applicants with Level 5 qualifications (Higher National Diploma, ATHE Level 5 Diploma in Computing, etc.) from approved awarding bodies will be considered for transfer to the final stage of the BSc program and earn their degree in one year.|
Applicants who have successfully completed two years of study at a university may be considered for direct entry with an advanced standing.
Other equivalent qualifications may be accepted for entry to this program.
Decisions for admissions will be based on overall suitability for the program and whether the minimum entry requirements of holding GCSE English and Math at Grades C and above (or equivalent) are met.
|Modes of Study||Part Time (Weekends)|
|Assessment||Modules within the program will be assessed by assignments|
|Overall Grading Type||First Class, Upper Second Class, Lower Second Class, Third Class|