Bachelor of Science (Hons) Business Computing DT354
- Level 8
- 4 Years
- Aungier Street
- School of Management
- College of Business
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This programme will develop the knowledge and skills necessary for a challenging and rewarding career in information systems. It is a course of study that covers both business studies and computing from a commercial or business perspective, that opens up a wide range of career opportunities in either IT or general management as well as in a wide range of specialist software development roles. Students are exposed to concepts and ideas that will allow them to develop the necessary skills to launch a career in an area that continues to show significant growth and where relevant skills are in short supply. The skills that are demanded by industry are changing, with increased emphasis on soft skills, business skills for IT, marketing and sales, business strategy and entrepreneurship. With this dual-natured programme, students will be fully equipped with the skills that are in demand from industry. Students will also have opportunities to apply their learning through practical course exercises and projects. They will also receive extensive exposure to real world business problems through their class work and their final year project, where a real world business problem is addressed through the development of a software solution. In third year, a work placement option increases the students exposure to the work place, and allows the student to gain valuable experience.
Students may be required to attend classes at locations across the Institute.
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