BSc Mobile Computing

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  • Objectives
    This specialist course has been designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to enter the newly emerging area of mobile computing and communications. The advent of mobile phone technologies (such as 3G), wireless networking (W-LANs), Bluetooth personal devices, and the widespread use of Internet technologies, has heralded the arrival of an entirely new business model (mCommerce). This course aims to help you understand how such key technologies work, and how they can best be utilised and integrated to meet specific business needs.
  • Entry requirements
    You should have GCSE English and Mathematics at grade C or above (or equivalent), plus one of the following: * At least 160 points from two or more A-levels, one of which must be a numerate science or engineering subject * At least 180 points from two A-levels including Information Technology, Engineering, Science or Business * A pass in BTEC National Diploma in Computer Studies, Science or relevant subject area with at least four merits in the final year, excluding common skills
  • Academic Title
    BSc Mobile Computing
  • Course description
    Course structure

    Three levels, each of 120 credits. If you take a Joint you study each subject for 60 credits at each level. See page 40.

    Level 1

        * IT Essentials
        * Computing Abstraction and Skills
        * Introduction to Programming
        * Introduction to the Internet
        * Discrete Mathematics
        * Further Programming
        * Problem Solving for IT

    Level 2

        * Communication Networks
        * Data Modelling and Database Systems
        * HCI for Mobile Devices
        * Operating Systems
        * Programming & Data Structures

    Level 3

        * Programming for Mobile Devices
        * Distributed Systems
        * Final Year Project
        * Business Models for mCommerce
        * Wireless Networks and Mobile Systems Architecture

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