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12 months

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Online

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Awarded by UCLAN & Delivered by NCC Education

About this Course

The programme aims to equip graduates with the knowledge, technical and interpersonal skills necessary for taking part in the design, implementation and management of modern computer systems and to enable them to work as professionally-minded computer practitioners able to meet the responsibilities and challenges demanded by the computing industry.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop students’ knowledge of information systems in the areas of system specification, development, maintenance and management.
  • Develop students’ knowledge of computer networks and the technical and managerial issues associated with them.
  • Develop students’ knowledge of modern database systems including their design, implementation and management.
  • Develop students’ knowledge of business information systems aimed at supporting management functions.

Units

This module aims to build upon the student’s general understanding of database systems, ensuring that the student develops significant knowledge of the major topics (both theoretical and practical) pertinent to the development and management of modern database systems. The module also introduces current perspectives in database management systems, thereby increasing the student’s understanding of future trends and the latest developments in the field.

This module aims to build upon the student’s general understanding of networking, ensuring that the student develops significant knowledge of the major topics pertinent to the management of telecommunications and computer networks for corporate systems. This includes network management, communications media and services, global availability and reliability, Commerce and Internet services.

This module aims to build upon the student’s general understanding of the Internet, ensuring that the student develops significant knowledge of the major topics (both commercial and technical) pertinent to the use of the internet to conduct business electronically. This includes evaluating e Business projects for return on investment, the business environment and strategy for the formulation of e Business.

This module aims to build upon the student’s general understanding of project management, ensuring that the student develops significant understanding and theoretical underpinning of different approaches to project management and the development of a rigorous attitude to quality in information systems development. The module also introduces current perspectives in the management of information systems projects, thereby increasing the student’s understanding of future trends and the latest developments in the field.

This module provides the opportunity for individual in depth study in a specialised area of information systems. It aims to develop in the student the ability to tackle, individually, a selected problem of suitable scale and complexity, and to develop the ability to present ideas in a series of written reports.

About University of Central Lancashire

University of Central Lancashire

The University of Central Lancashire was founded in the year 1828. It is one of the largest universities in the UK and operates with the motto ‘Ex solo ad solem’ which translates to ‘From the Earth to the Sun.’ In 2010, the University was recognised for its services by becoming the first modern Higher Education institute to appear in the QS World University Rankings. It received further recognition in 2016 for its progress in providing students with real-world education experiences and was estimated to be in the top 3.7% of all worldwide universities.

Entry Requirements​

  • The NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Computing (RQF) (L5DC)
  • The NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Business Information Technology (RQF)(L5DBIT)
  • The NCC Education International Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies (IADCS)
  • The NCC Education Level 5 Diploma in Computer Studies (NQF) (L5DCS)
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BSc Business Computing and Information Systems

Learn about modern computer systems and its design, implementation and management.

Awarded by UCLAN & Delivered by NCC Education

Duration

12 months

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