BSc Web Design

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  • Objectives
    or most people, when they think of becoming a web designer, they think about the graphical side of web design – the images, presentation and write-up language. However, important as these aspects of web design are, there are other aspects which are as, if not more, important. These include thinking about the user of the website, what they need to use the web for, usability requirements (such as for those with disabilities), human-computer interaction, database management, content management, and more. This course brings together the aesthetics of web design, such as the different types of media technologies which you can apply, together with the underlying technical knowledge required and the importance of a sound systems approach which strongly considers the needs of the user.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements GCSE: Maths and English (or equivalent) A-level subjects: No specific A-level subjects are required Tariff points range: 260-300 Access: Yes Baccalaureate EB %: 68-70 Baccalaureate IB pts: 26-28
  • Academic title
    BSc Web Design
  • Course description
    Contents of the BSc in Web Design.

    Modules in this programme include:

    Year 1
    Informing and Communicating in Practice; Introduction to the Web; Systems Development; Introduction to Program Development; Media Technologies; Systems Development.

    Year 2
    Information Systems Practice; Information Architecture; Web Design Principles; Data, Schemas and Applications; MVC Programming; Human Computer Interaction.

    Year 3
    Core modules are: Software Technologies for the Web; Internet Application Development, Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interactive; Comsultancy Project; Digital Stories plus two option modules.

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