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East Surrey College

Internet Software Development

UCAS Code: I160

Foundation Degree in Science - FdSc

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

64

‘A’ Levels or equivalent (e.g. National Diploma) or minimum of 64 UCAS points. A satisfactory interview will also be required. Mature students without the above qualifications are welcome to apply to this course if they have sufficient professional experience. It may be possible to accredit prior learning for some modules (depending on level and learning outcomes).

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Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2021

This Foundation Degree includes the study of such topics as client-side and server-side scripting, and Database Design and Implementation using SQL, all of which contribute to the current extraordinary achievements of the Internet and provide solid foundations for the next major innovation of the Web, namely Web 3.0. We will introduce students to a selection of current Internet technologies like Web Server configuration and control which form an integral part of the course. This topic integrates well within the project-based approach of the programme that reflects ‘real life’ problems that students can expect to encounter in the world of work. As with much of the modern coding paradigm, an Object Orientated approach will be used fundamentally to develop coding solutions.

Modules

YEAR ONE
Modules include:
IS100 - Mark-up languages and Scripting
IS101 - Server-side Scripting
IS102 - Web Server Implementation
IS103 - Computer Forensics
IS104 - Database Design & Implementation
IS105 - Project Management

YEAR TWO
Modules include:
IS200 - Group Project
IS201 - Interactive Multimedia Development
IS202 - Object-orientated Framework Techniques
IS203 - Systems & Commands Line
IS204 - Software App Development

Assessment methods

Assessment is undertaken through a range of techniques including assignment work, presentations, short tests, practical tasks, projects and other modern methodologies

The Uni


Course location:

East Surrey College

Department:

Business

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