BSc (Hons) Applied Computing

Take your technical skills to the next level with our Applied Computing BSc (Hons) Top-up Degree. Building upon the skills acquired in your foundation degree or HND, you’ll gain a nationally recognised qualification, professional accreditation, and all of the working knowledge you need to succeed in the innovative computing industry.

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About the course

Designed with employers to meet industry demands, this programme supports your personal development throughout your studies and beyond into employment. You will build on your existing skills, deepening your IT and commerce knowledge, while learning how to logically work through problems with strategic goals in mind.

This course refines your technical capabilities as well as developing intellectual and personal skills. You will develop the appropriate research and project management skills that will allow you to evaluate technical issues from a strategic perspective. You’ll also strengthen your technical knowledge of internet technologies and mobile application development.

You will also undertake a dissertation or research project throughout your BSc (Hons), giving you the opportunity to develop an area you have an interest in to a professional level. Examples of previous areas of study include;

  • Client development software
  • Mobile Apps Development
  • Interface Accessibility
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Virtual Learning Environments
  • Effects of smartphones on social behaviour

This course is validated by The Open University

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Fee

£7,950 Full Time or £3,975 Part Time (per academic year)

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Location

University Centre

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Start Date

September 2021

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Duration

1 year Full Time or 18 months Part Time (on an infill basis)

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Course Code

UCAS Course Code: G491 Institution code: L21

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Study Mode

Full Time or Part Time

We will continue to follow government guidelines to ensure the safety of all our students and staff and have put in place additional safety measures, including the way we deliver your course.

For Semester 1, we plan to deliver your course through a mixture of online and face to face tuition and we will review this as Government guidelines change in response to COVID-19 developments. 

Under the present guidelines, we plan to deliver your course 50% online and 50% face to face. We will timetable, where possible, so that you come into the UC for a whole day and you will be in a bubble with your fellow students on your course.

Face to face contact will be delivered following guidelines on social distancing and increased health and safety measures.  You will be made fully aware of the current measures in place and be expected to follow the guidance issued.