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Lincoln College

Computer Science

UCAS Code: I100

Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

Entry requirements


GCSE/National 4/National 5

GCSE English and Maths at Grade C or above

UCAS Tariff

64

From the following: GCE A and AS Levels BTEC National (90 Credit Diploma, Diploma or Extended Diploma) in a relevant subject Scottish Higher/Advanced Higher with at least one subject at Advanced Higher.

About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2020

The BSc in Computer Science provides learners with a gateway to employment within the computing industry; it is aimed at providing the fundamental skills for a broad range of roles. This qualification is designed to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to enhance their career potential in the computing profession. The courses are aimed mainly, but not exclusively, at those who have some computing experience.

Modules

Typical Modules
Year 1
Computer Systems
Introduction to Programming
Programming and Software Quality Assurance
Maths for Computing
Client Side Web Development
Professional Skills and Ethics

Year 2
Object Oriented Programming Server Side
Web Development
Database Principles and Technologies
Network Systems
HCI and User Interface Design Group Project

Year 3
Computing Project (dissertation)*
Mobile Application Development
Artificial Intelligence
Cloud and Distributed Computing
Employability and Entrepreneurship

Assessment methods

The assessment methods typically used throughout the programme include:
Coursework Portfolios
Assessments
Essays
Presentations (group)
Case Studies
Reports
Websites

Extra funding

Additional compulsory course costs will be paid for using the Career Degree Bursary. The Career Degree Bursary allows students to access the remainder of the Career Degree Bursary (up to a maximum value of £500 / £250) for additional optional courses, workshops, professional memberships and resources. There is no cash alternative. Students who wish to access opportunities in excess of the Career Degree Bursary may do so at full cost to themselves. Please see the full ‘HE Terms and Conditions’ for details of additional library and printing costs associated with this programme http://www.lincolncollege.ac.uk/higher-educations/terms

The Uni


Course location:

Lincoln College

Department:

School of Professional Industries

TEF rating:
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