* Able to study Technology with either Enterprise or Business as a Joint Honours Degree * Computing and electronic media focus applied to the real world * Technological appreciation and focus applied to the real world * Emphasis on practical skill and application.
Entry requirements * Normally 240 UCAS Tariff points from a minimum of two subjects at Advanced Level (or equivalent) * And * Normally Five GCSE's at grade C or above (or equivalent), including English and Maths. However, we are also keen to talk to mature students (21+) who have relevant industry experience and/or relevant training but who do not meet the above formal qualifications. * BTEC Diploma/Certificate, Advanced VCE(s), Advanced GNVQ, Scottish Higher and Irish Leaving Certificate.
The programme can be studied as a Joint Honours element in a Joint Honours Degree. The interdisciplinary nature of study is reflected in the cross-faculty approach, where the pathway to the student's final award may be taught in partnership with other departments or faculties.
Year One of the programme allows students to experience many facets of technology including the creation of web pages for the Internet and other related technologies. The programme team is continually fine tuning the technology joint syllabus to ensure that it is kept up to date with modern day requirements. Years Two and Three of the programme build on this solid foundation and lead on to more advanced areas of technology. With the explosive growth in Internet use in recent years this is an area that is bound to increase in importance.
A team of committed staff in the technology area deliver the programme. It has been designed to provide the highest levels of support to students, and contains practical and theoretical elements of technology. On graduating, the student would be well equipped and knowledgeable in the areas of modern technology and its applications.