FdSc Internet and Business Technologies

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements

    • Access – 48 credits with at least 36 credits at level 3 from an Open College Network-accredited course

    We welcome applications from people of any age. We may be flexible in our normal offer if you can show a commitment to succeed and have the relevant skills and experience. This must show that you will benefit from and finish the course successfully.
  • Academic title
    FdSc Internet and Business Technologies
  • Course description
    We developed this course with internet employers and entrepreneurs.

    Employers need graduates who
    • know and understand internet technologies and the underlying computer systems
    • know how to use them in business applications to provide solutions and opportunities
    • can work and liaise with others

    This course produces information technology professionals with skills in
    • web systems design and implementation
    • industry standard databases
    business systems analysis and design
    • programming principles
    • project management

    It is ideal if you have an interest in how the Web and businesses operate, and enjoy applying your skills to solve real business problems.

    You do not need a prior academic record of information technology as we designed the course so anyone who is enthusiastic and enterprising can succeed.

    We support all your learning through Blackboard, our online virtual learning environment, where you can e-mail tutors, talk to other students and access lecture and tutorial material.

    Once you have completed this foundation degree, you can top it up to a BSc with further study.

    Associated careers

    As a specialist with solid internet technology and business knowledge, you can gain employment in any of the following roles • web designer • web programmer • network designer • database administrator • e-business entrepreneur • IT support worker • IT consultant • applications developer • project manager • information manager.

    Course content

    Year one modules
    Include • business analysis • business solutions • workplace mathematics

    Year two modules
    Include • computer technology • web technologies • programming concepts

    Year three modules
    Include • databases • e-business technologies • applications programming

    Year four modules include
    Include • project management • project

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