BSc (Hons) Computing
BSc (Hons) Computing degree, you’ll learn how to turn your interest in computing into a career. You’ll develop skills across fundamental areas, such as software engineering, databases, web development, user interface design and network management.
Millions of people rely on sophisticated technology every day. From mobile apps that track our spending and wearable devices that measure our fitness goals, to networks like the internet and cloud computing that connect our families and workplaces. Learn to harness computing and make your mark on the lives of millions.
You’ll be able to use these skills, and those you choose to specialise in, to build a career as a computing professional in any number of fast-paced industries, including finance, construction, transport, technology, health and government.
Note: The Master’s degree courses are dual qualifications consisting of Level 7 Diploma (OFQUAL certificate) + Top-up programme awarded by partner universities
Why should I choose this Diploma?
- Graduates from the B. Sc (Hons) Computing have the widest range of career opportunities.
- This course offers a broad coverage of computing subjects, with a core of key computing skills and options in a wide range of computing areas
- The main themes explored and developed across all three years of the course are: systems analysis, database design, programming, website development, communications skills, group work and project work.
Learners are able to:
- Access All course materials, including online modules and written assignments.
- Gain Teacher support.
- Access Alex Business School online portal (24/7 access to our user-friendly learning portal).
- Acquire Assignments briefing.
- Receive Excellent quality of study notes.
- Obtain Assignment marking and feedback.
- Gain Fully accredited UK courses.
- Receive Dedicated customer support via chat, telephone, and email (Monday to Friday).
- Gain Full support until the completion of the course.
If you want to push the limits of where computing can go, you could continue your studies to MSc or PhD level, specialising in areas such as health informatics, forensic IT and networking. It’s clear that the skills you learn on this course are in line with what employers are looking for. What’s more, you’re likely to graduate into a market where your computing skills are highly sought after – in April 2022, more than 40,000 ‘open’ job roles asked for related computer science skills and qualifications.
|Course||BSc (Hons)- in Computing|
|Mode of Study||Online Learning|
Hybrid Learning (Blended)
|Assessments||Assignment only (No Exam)|
£ 10,000 (Hybrid)(The course tuition fee listed above does NOT include the top-up fees)
- Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions.
- Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts
- Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
- Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.
- Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
- Analyze a complex computing problem and apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
Our graduates now work in roles including:
- field application engineer
- software developer
- IT business analyst
- network performance developer
- cognitive global market developer
After the completion of this BSc (HONS.) Computing graduates can apply for postgraduate or globally they can pursue their career in IT sector.
This programme is accredited by Ofqual Awarding body ATHE
We accept candidates who have achieved a wide range of credentials, including any post-16 qualification in the UK. Functional, Vocational and other essential skills are recognised and taken from all around the world. Please get in touch with us to discuss the specific requirements for your country. If you do not meet the entry requirements as mentioned above, we will find out other possible entry routes.
The BSc (Hons.) Computing degree is of 360 credits which can be acquired through two stages.
Level 4 & 5 Diploma in Computing is made up of the following modules and, upon completion, is equal to a total of 240 credits.
|YEAR 1 (Level 4)||YEAR 2 (Level 5)|
|Human Computer Interaction||Cyber Security|
|Management Information Systems||Web-Based Development|
|IT and Society||Innovative Technologies in Computing|
|Computer Programming||Software Development Methodologies|
|Computer Systems and Software||Network Design|
|Relational Database Systems||Database Design and Development|
|Information Systems Theory and Practice||Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Issues and Professional Responsibilities in IT|
|Systems Analysis and Design||Strategic Management Information Systems|
|eCommerce Applications||Managing a Computing Project|
|Software Engineering||Computing Research Methods|
* These modules are core and must be passed in order to achieve the award
Stage 2 BSc (Hons) Computing (Top-up)
University Progression: On completion of this level 4 and 5 Diploma in Computing course, students have the opportunity to complete a Bachelor degree programme (Top up) from a range of UK universities. The top-up programme can be studied online and comprises the final 120 credits
Examples of University Progression
|Solent University, Southampton|
|BSc (Hons) Computing Top-Up|
Assessment is by completing assignments and meeting the criteria for each of the modules. These assignments are meant to demonstrate your achievement of learning objectives. All units within this qualification are internally assessed via exams and jobs, which the awarding organisation externally verifies.
The assignments submitted by learners must achieve the learning outcomes and meet the standards specified by the assessment criteria for the unit. Learners can make pass, merit or distinction grade depending on the quality of assignments and questions attempted. To achieve a merit or distinction grade, the learners must demonstrate that they have met all the criteria set for these grades.