Department of Computer Science - Aberystwyth University

BSc Internet Computing

Department of Computer Science - Aberystwyth University
In Aberystwyth

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Aberystwyth (Wales)
Duration 4 Years
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Aberystwyth (Wales)
  • Duration:
    4 Years
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Aberystwyth (Cardiganshire/Ceredigion)
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Aberystwyth University, Llandinam Building, SY23 3DB

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· Requirements

GCSE (min grade C) Mathematics UCAS Tariff 200 points International Baccalaureate 24 European Baccalaureate 60% All schemes require grade C in GCSE English or Welsh or an acceptable equivalent.

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What you'll learn on the course

Internet

Course programme

The Internet is a key component of the business strategy of many large organisations, and there is a huge demand for people with the skills to construct effective Internet applications to meet modern business needs.

The Internet Computing degree scheme combines practical training in building web sites to professional standards with study of the commercial, legal and technical context in which the Internet operates. The scheme can be taken with or without a year in industry.

The Internet Computing degree gives you a firm foundation in computing and business analysis skills, including:

  • Web programming
  • Website design
  • Systems analysis
  • Database driven web sites
  • Software engineering
  • E-commerce
  • Commercial processes
  • Professional issues in software engineering
  • Internet security

It also emphasises specialised skills in the following areas:

  • Business process engineering
  • E-commerce systems and internet security
  • Web tools selection
  • Commercial aspects of using the Internet
  • Design of commercial orientated web applications

Final year projects recently completed by students include:

  • A project delivering an online business application to allow collaborative production of documents for publication on the World Wide Web or a local intranet.
  • A multi-sport online league recording system for use by sports clubs that can be updated using mobile phones.

Additional information

Career opportunities: A professional approach to website construction and a good understanding of the business processes behind commercial web applications will give graduates an advantage when applying for jobs that entail: • Building modern database driven websites using appropriate tools and components • Using engineering techniques to achieve quality results • Using the web and databases to provide interactive real time solutions for industry, commerce and the public sector.

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