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BSc (Hons) in Computing

BSc (Hons) in Computing final year top-up

(Awarded by University of Greenwich)
East London College offers the final year BSc (Hons) top-up degree in Computing, awarded by the University of Greenwich, a specially devised extended final year programme run over 15 months. The BSc (Hons) programme will equip you with necessary knowledge in the latest computing concepts and technologies. 
Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to venture into the relevant masters programme to increase knowledge in an appropriate, specialised field or be able to apply for a suitable position in a performing IT company. 
As an IT graduate you can look forward to excellent career prospects within the computing industry or companies that use computers. The practical approach featured throughout will enable you to make an effective and immediate contribution within your work environment. As an IT graduate you can aim to become a Software Programmer, Database Designer, Developer, Network Engineer etc. 

Why study Computing at East London College?

The top-up degree in Computing combines broad software skills, systems methodologies, project management skills and mobile and networking acumen. 
This programme also provides students with the up-to-date knowledge and skills required in today's workplace. We have introduced an innovative teaching style that facilitates learning by presenting a platform for the learner to demonstrate what has been learnt so that at the end of the week the lesson becomes a part of the learner. 
In addition to courseworks, exercises and tutorials you will be required to work on a major individual project, chosen by you to suit your particular interests (guidelines will be given). 

Modules taught:

BSc (Hons) in Computing Final Year Top-up at ELC [From Jan 2015], awarded by University of Greenwich 
Semester 1 & 2 
  • COMP1640 Enterprise Web Software Development
  • COMP1661: Application Development for Mobile Devices
  • COMP1645: Information Requirements Analysis
  • COMP1648 Development, Frameworks and Methods
  • COMP1647 Information Technology Planning
  • COMP1650 User Interface Design
  • COMP1108 Final Project start
Semester 3
  • COMP1108 Final Project Finish

Programme specification

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