Information and Communications Technology, BSc Hons - Greenwich - Greater London - University of Greenwich - I28875

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements 180 UCAS points from A-level or National Diploma in engineering at MMP, or equivalent qualifications; GCSE English, mathematics and a science at grade C, or equivalent
  • Academic title
    Information and Communications Technology, BSc Hons
  • Course description
    This programme is intended to develop a detailed knowledge of computer and communications engineering concepts. Students gain a comprehensive knowledge of ICT tools and techniques. The practical focus of this programme allows graduates to enter the workplace with a highly marketable range of knowledge, skills and experience. Students are given the opportunity to explore the complexities and vulnerabilities of modern information systems.

    Students are also exposed to a whole range of tools, languages, methodologies and architectures. It is, however, not sufficient to know how to use the different applications, students also need to develop the ability to plan, manage and deliver projects successfully.

    The content of this programme of study has ensured that all these fundamental sets of knowledge and skills are fully integrated. Additionally, there are core courses in management and professional practice. Students can opt for a year in industry between their second and final year.

    Year 1
    -Introduction to Computer Networking
    -Programming Technologies
    -Computer and Communications Engineering Applications
    -Learning and Communications
    -Systems Analysis and Visualisation

    Year 2
    -Multimedia Applications Development
    -Systems Development
    -Systems Programming Technologies
    -Software Engineering and Project Management
    -Database Applications

    Optional Sandwich Year (Work Placement)
    Final Year
    -Individual Project
    -Management and Communications
    -Advanced Database Systems and Applications
    -Developments in Information Age Engineering
    -Option

    Career options
    Opportunities exist within small and medium enterprises, working with the World Wide Web, local area networks and e-commerce, database programmer and consultant, multimedia consultant, research analyst

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