BSc Web Engineering

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  • Objectives
    This specialised course within the software engineering discipline of computing is primarily concerned with the design and construction of Internet and distributed software systems and the underlying network technologies that support these.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Minimum two A2 levels at grade B; minimum grades BB in AVCE. Equivalent qualifications will also be considered.
  • Academic title
    BSc Web Engineering
  • Course description
    BSc Web Engineering


    Credit Level 4

    -Computer Organisation
    -Database Systems
    -Discrete Mathematics
    -Introduction to Information Modelling
    -Introduction to Internet Programming
    -Programming Methodology
    -Software Development Principles
    -Business Information Systems
    -Modelling in Information Systems
    -Systems Software

    Credit Level 5

    -Computer Systems Organisation
    -Internet Application Programming
    -Network Application Development
    -Object-Oriented Design
    -Object-Oriented Programming
    -Software Engineering
    Options, choose two from:
    -Algorithms and Data Structures
    -Computer Graphics
    -Database Management Systems
    -Event-Driven Programming
    -Human-Computer Interface Design
    -Rapid Application Development
    -Software Engineering Group Project

    Credit Level 6

    -Distributed Business Applications
    -Internet Application Design
    -Network Software Design
    -Operating System Design
    -Project (double module)
    Options, choose two from:
    -Concurrent Programming
    -Open Distributed Systems
    -Real-Time and Embedded Systems
    -Requirements Engineering
    -Secure Languages
    -Website Administration and Maintenance

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