BSc in Computing (Information Systems Engineering)

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  • Typology

    Bachelor's degree

  • Duration

    3 Years


Year 1. Internet Application Development. Professional Development & Business Skills. Information Systems Development. Problem-solving for Computing. Introduction to Programming. Computer System & Networking Concepts. Year 2. Database Development. Computer Project. Rich Internet Application Development. Information Systems Analysis & Design. Event-driven Programming. Network & Operating.

To take into account

80 UCAS points plus a pass at Grade C or above in Mathematics and English at GCSE. HND in a computer-related discipline will allow progression directly to Year 3, subject to interview.

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Course programme

Computing & IT

BSc in Computing (Information Systems Engineering)

Course Description
Year 1
Internet Application Development
Professional Development & Business Skills
Information Systems Development
Problem-solving for Computing
Introduction to Programming
Computer System & Networking Concepts
Year 2
Database Development
Computer Project
Rich Internet Application Development
Information Systems Analysis & Design
Event-driven Programming
Network & Operating System Principles & Admin
Year 3
Research Methods
Professional Development
Level 2 Computer Project
Strategic Information Systems Management
Advanced Databases & Modelling
E-commerce Systems & Strategy
This course covers the whole area of professional computing, with particular reference to the analysis, design and implementation of Information Systems in a business context.
You will spend approximately 18 hours per week in scheduled classes, consisting of lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. In addition, you will need to spend an extra four hours per week for each module completing coursework, general reading and other preparation.

Career Prospects
On completion of the BSc, learners prospects are considerably increased with the possibility of employment in the IT industry as part of the graduate intake, for example. Typical graduate intern salaries start at just under 20,000.*
Quote from Mike Hill, Chief Executive of the Career Services Unit, Scotland: Prospects for graduates look good; salaries are strong and the opportunities are still there, but learners must be prepared to give that little bit extra to secure a job. Employers will inevitably choose those graduates who bring good grades, business nous and enterprise.
*Source: Graduate Market Trends report from CSU

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Course Length
3 years full-time to gain the BSc. (The first two years are common with HND Information Systems)

Course Time
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University of Glamorgan

Assessment for all modules is by assignment, project and/or phase test.

BSc in Computing (Information Systems Engineering)

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