Awarded ByUniversity of East London, UK
Ranking1365 ( World Ranking University of East London Source: webometrics)
About the course
BSc (Hons) in Software Engineering in collaboration 3+0 with University of East London(UK):
All types of computer systems are now an important part of our lives, with well-engineered, reliable and usable systems crucial to the survival of most organisations. People who can design, implement and maintain these ever-evolving systems are in constant demand. With the skills and knowledge developed on the course and the intellectual ability for creative and independent thinking, students will become a valuable component of the future investment in computer-based solutions for contemporary business problems.
Prior to the start of any year of a course (including prior to the start of year 1 at the application stage), a student may request exemption from one or more specific taught modules during the year on the basis of previous qualifications or experience.
Exemptions will only be considered where the relevant course regulations allow for module exemptions to be granted.
Students with relevant Diploma or equivalent qualifications will be exempted from academic year 1 and 2 depending on their qualifications, subjects to approval from the Examination Board.
Assessment is through a mix of examination, coursework and essays, plus other oral and activity-based assignments. Coursework includes problem-solving activities, consultancy projects, presentations and individual and group reports.
graduates are exceptionally well suited to positions in which computing and technology are applied towards making strategic and operational contributions to the functioning, improvement and renewal of commercial and non-commercial organizations
There is still a significant shortage of up-to-date computing skills. Organisations need to have access to these skills to make the best use of computing and internet resources. Graduates of the Software Engineering degree have the skills and knowledge to develop high quality software applications leading to a career in the wide ranging software development industry, for example:
- Programmer or IT Consultant
- Database Administrator or Network Technician
- Project Manager or Website Designer
- Application Developer
Professional Practice and Development
Introduction to Computer Systems
Web Authoring and Web Management
Introduction to Software Development
Introduction to Computer Networking
Information Systems Modeling and Design
Research and Implementation
Advanced Information Systems Development
Formal Methods in Software Engineering
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