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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements School entry requirements apply 200 UCAS points of which 160 points from subjects studied to A-level or equivalent. Plus GCSEs in English and mathematics at grade C or above or equivalent. Applications from students taking Access to Higher Education courses are also welcome
  • Academic Title
    Computer Systems and Networking, BEng Hons
  • Course description
    This degree programme was designed with the active involvement of representatives from the computing and networking industry to meet the growing demand for graduates with the necessary knowledge and technical skills needed to design, create, operate and maintain network infrastructure for modern distributed enterprise computer systems.

    Students work with the latest technologies to develop a sound theoretical understanding and in-depth practical experience of advanced networking, including cutting-edge developments in mobile computing. They also acquire expertise in the design and management of modern distributed computer systems using the latest software and development technologies.

    Opportunities exist within the programme to take industrial examinations such as Cisco, Microsoft and Sun certifications. All students on the degree are automatically enrolled as student members of the British Computer Society (BCS) and the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEE), the chartered bodies responsible for establishing and maintaining technical and ethical standards in the profession.

    Year 1
    -Computer Programming
    -Systems Building
    -Computer and Communications Systems
    -Logical Foundations

    Year 2
    -Computer and Communications Systems
    -Formal Methods and the Theory of Communications
    -Network Implementation
    -Security and Management
    Option from:
    -Mobile Application Development
    -Mobile Communications Technologies and Architectures
    Optional Sandwich Year (Work Placement)
    -Final Year
    -Network Infrastructures for Distributed Applications
    -Network Management or Distributed Applications Development

    One option from:
    -Artificial Intelligence
    -Computer Architecture and Operating Systems
    -Large-Scale Systems Development
    -Mobile Application Development
    -Mobile Communications Technologies and Architectures
    -Network Management
    -Distributed Applications Development
    -Web Application Technologies

    Career options
    A wide range of employment opportunities in industry, commerce and research

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