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The BSc (Hons) Computing is taught by the Computing Department of DEI College. It is provided by the University of Northampton which delivers the degree.
Being a student is much more than just getting a degree, it’s about understanding what you want to achieve with that degree and how you can use your knowledge to create real change in the world. Whether that’s working in the public, private, or voluntary and community sectors, employers say they want students who possess the skills needed to solve complex problems, apply their learning in innovative ways, and articulate their passions in a way that means they stand out from the rest.
The University’s unique approach to social enterprise and global reputation for producing graduates with exceptional employability makes the University of Northampton the choice for the future. The University is committed to developing students into independent thinkers, problem-solvers and professionals – skills that are valued in the workplace and in postgraduate study.
This degree programme provides a broad range of computing ideas and develops innovative solutions to problems, using practical examples to reinforce your theoretical underpinning as well as utilising our state of the art computer facilities. The computing industry is continually growing and is integral to people's daily lives and businesses. In this course you will investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world, as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.
The BSc degree consists of sixteen modules & a dissertation and it is naturally completed in 3 years.
This degree would suit you if you are hoping to pursue a career in computing generally, in software systems development, end-user support; analysis and design, networking (e.g. internet applications) network engineering, mobile computing and graphics and visualisation or further academic study.