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Computer Systems Engineering, HNC - HND

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  • Objectives
    This programme aims to develop engineers with the skills needed to design computer systems for a wide variety of applications. The subject areas are fully integrated to give an in-depth knowledge of software and its practical application, together with an appreciation of hardware requirements.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements 80 UCAS points. This can come from one A-level pass, a relevant BTEC National Diploma, or equivalent qualifications
  • Academic Title
    Computer Systems Engineering, HNC / HND
  • Course description
    Practically-orientated projects are emphasised. Students work in teams on larger projects, gaining experience in working with and organising people.

    HND holders have direct entry to related BSc Hons and BEng Hons degree programmes with advanced standing.

    Year 1
    -High Level Programming 1 and 2
    -Digital Systems *
    -Operating Systems *
    -Web Programming
    -Mathematics for Software Engineers
    -Communications and Networking 1
    -Project 1

    Optional Sandwich Year (Work Placement)
    Final Year
    -Object-Orientated Development
    -Database Applications
    -System Planning and Development *
    -Software Design and Testing
    -Object-Orientated Applications *
    -Database Programming *
    -Communications and Networking 2 *
    -Project 2 *

    * HND programme only

    Career options
    Opportunities exist in programming, project management, network management, software quality and software engineering or progression on to BSc (Hons) or BEng (Hons) programmes

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