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FdSc Computer and Network Administration

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  • Objectives
    The University offers four Foundation Degree pathways concerned with the provision of skills and knowledge used in the development of computer based systems. FdSc Computer and Network Administration. If you are interested in building computers and setting up and administering computer networks for end users, then this is the course for you. It covers computer and network specifications, building, fault finding, administration and security issues.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements 100 points which must include one pass at A level or Vocational A level. Additional requirements for this course are normally GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalents) in Mathematics and English. The University adopts a flexible approach to admitting students with non-standard qualifications; in particular students with appropriate work experience are encouraged to apply. Note: Mathematics and Computing A levels are not an entry requirement.
  • Academic title
    FdSc Computer and Network Administration
  • Course description
    Course Structure

    Year 1

    Introduction to Computer Systems and Networks
    Introduction to Service Management
    Introduction to Information Systems Development
    Software Packages
    Work-based Learning Integrative Project

    Year 2

    Networks
    Service Management
    Information Systems Development
    Understanding Business and Management
    Work-based Learning Integrative Project

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