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Explore subjects such as online security, databases, networks, the Internet of Things and emerging technologies and prepare yourself for an exciting and diverse IT career.
Every industry needs computing specialists and those with the skills to design, develop and test software. This degree can provide great graduate prospects and the opportunity to work in a range of organisations across the world.
This course will set you up to take advantage of these opportunities by providing a broad base of skills to design and implement IT solutions for a range of business problems.
Throughout the programme you will study a broad range of modules, including: Software Development, Web Technologies and Platforms, Advanced Networking and Cyber Security, Project Management using a broad range of technologies and languages.
As a Microsoft Training Partner and Cisco Networking Academy you will also have opportunities to complete a wide range of industry-recognised qualifications alongside your studies, including pathways in Cloud computing, cyber security, artificial intelligence and data.
The course covers computing fundamentals in areas including databases, software design and development, cyber security and the Internet of Things, and also includes a work placement to enhance your employability.
It culminates in a collaborative project and a practical, independent initiative, where you will be encouraged to showcase your skills by working with businesses and other organisations. In the past, for example, Applied Computing students have partnered with Visit Somerset to create websites for a host of tourism-related businesses.
You will also get the chance to undertake relevant day trips and longer residential visits at an additional expense. UCW Applied Computing students recently visited Florida to tour NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre and Universal’s Digital Animation and Visual Effects School.
The course is taught at our Knightstone Campus and you will also be able to take advantage of the technology suites in our new University Centre in the redeveloped Winter Gardens, which is also in the centre of Weston.
The best way to decide if UCW is the place for you is to come along to our next Open Day. Our HEART student services team should be able answer any of your questions about UCW, and you can contact the course leader Jason Hill with any specific enquiries about the course.
Top up to an Applied Computing BSc (Hons) at UCW to explore subjects such as online security and emerging technologies, and prepare yourself for an exciting career in IT.