BSc Communications Systems

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  • Objectives
    This course is ideal if you want to explore the science and technology underpinning communications systems such as digital interactive television, e-commerce, mobile information links and optical systems. You will learn how to develop, operate and maintain the instrumentation and computer software associated with communications systems, and to create innovative solutions to meet future developments in the field.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements * a degree (level 6) in an Early Years subject or a degree (level 6) in any subject plus a level 3 qualification in an Early Years subject * a GCSE grade C in English and Maths * a current Criminal Records Bureau clearance * recent and considerable experience across whole 0-5 years age range
  • Academic title
    BSc Communications Systems
  • Course description
    BSc Communications Systems


    Year 1

    -Introductory Electronics
    -Mathematics and Statistics
    -Introductory Physics
    -IT Toolbox and Advanced ICT
    -Instrumentation Principles for Communications
    -Business Organisation and Practice
    -Free Choice module

    Year 2

    -Broadcast Science
    -Data Communications Electronics
    -HTML Programming and Internet Tools
    -Java Programming OR Visual Basic
    -Network Communications
    -Signal Processing Electronics
    -Design and Investigation Skills
    -Introduction to Multimedia Design

    Year 3

    -XML for the Web OR
    -Internet Protocols and Services
    -Instrumentation Systems Design
    -Web Technologies OR Broadband Multimedia Networks
    -Digital Communication Practices
    -Advanced Multimedia Design
    -Internet Security

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