Impact of Programmatic Review on our CIT programmes:
CR106 BSc (Hons) in Software Development – programme updated
CR312 BSc (Hons) in Web Development – programme updated
The World Wide Web is the single most important content and software distribution platform in the world today. Graduates pursuing a career involving Web Development can expect to work on many aspects of the web whether it’s creating front-end interfaces, back-end software, or a combination of the two. A developer, with an understanding of all aspects of web development from the data layer to the visual interface that a user interacts with and the logic that connects the two, is of particular value.
CR116 BSc (Hons) in Computer System – programme updated and title changed from BSc (Hons) in Software Development and Computer Networking –
The BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems is a four-year level 8 degree programme designed for students who have a keen interest in computer system, embedded systems and software development. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), computer systems engineering is a fast growing sector of the international computing industry. Embedded systems have become widespread and can be found in almost all modern consumer devices, from washing machines to modern cars. A computer systems engineer is someone who combines knowledge of computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis to develop, test and evaluate software for personal computers and more.
CR310 BSc (Hons) in IT Management – programme updated –
The BSc (Hons) in IT Management is a four-year level 8 degree programme designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and competencies in IT infrastructure and cyber security. The programme is designed around five key strategic pillars; Cyber Security, Networking, Cloud Computing Technologies, Automation, and IT Management.
CR888 BSc in Information Technology – programme updated –
The BSc in Information Technology is a three-year level 7 degree programme designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and competencies in IT infrastructure, security, emerging technologies, systems management, database systems and IT applications. The programme is designed around five key strategic pillars; Networking, Security, Cloud Computing Technologies, Scripting and Database Systems. The students who enrol on this programme will study modules aligned to the above areas.
CR016 BSc in Software Development – programme updated and titled changed from BSc in Computing –
The BSc in Software Development is a three-year level 7 degree programme designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to gain employment in the software development industry. More specifically, the programme will provide students with relevant skills and knowledge in the area of modern software development focusing on languages, techniques, tools and methodologies and their application to realworld problems. On successful completion of this degree programme there is a progression pathway available to enable students to enter the Level 8 BSc (Hons) in Software Development programme.