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The aim of the degree in BSc Computer Science is to provide learners the opportunity to acquire a broad range of knowledge and understanding and develop a range of skills essential for a successful career in Engineering field.
There is also the opportunity to progress to a higher-level qualification in law. The suite of degree in this sector will aim to provide the underpinning knowledge of the Computing.
Qualifi Award of L4 & L5 (12 subjects) equal credit toward your degree to BSc
Computer Science top up (dissertation process) at University of Chichester
Provide basics and fundamental knowledge of computer science, including
computational logic and mathematical concepts to support a thorough understanding
of the discipline and its application
Equip students with the knowledge, skills, and tools to appraise, design, and implement solutions and projects in IT-related contexts, at a professional level
Provide students with essential transferable skills such as independent critical,
creative, and strategic thinking, confident decision-making, and analytical skills, as
well as teamwork and ethical aspects of their profession, to critically evaluate
computer-based solutions and their design
Develop students’ abilities to critically apply knowledge and understanding of topics in computer science to modern applications, such as cutting-edge, emerging and innovative technologies, to offer the best solutions at an organisational and societal level
Provide students with an opportunity to learn valuable technical, hard, and soft skills,
including fundamental communication and employability skills, to make them valued
professionals in their fields
Demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge to progress further with their studies, through relevant independent research from a variety of sources
ffer real-life scenarios and an intercultural approach in the teaching and learning of key concepts, theories, and approaches of applied computer science.
Primary areas of employment include
– Software Developer
– UX Designer
– Web Developer
– Mobile App Developer
– IT Project Manager
– Information Security Analyst
– Systems Architect
– AI Engineer
– Computer Hardware Engineer
– Video Game Developer
– Human – Computer Interaction
– Cloud Computing
– Computational Biologist
The learning outcomes of the diploma are
1- Understand and apply the principles of IT in a range of business environments.
2- Analyse problem solving techniques specific to business and industry.
3- Select, collate, review and analyse information form a wide range of sources.
4- To improve employability of learners by allowing them to explore the relationship between theories and their practical application in the IT world.
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