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Foundation Degree


Career Progression IT Specialist Manager Average wage ÂŁ51,441

Who is this course for?

How will I be assessed?

This is an opportunity to gain a formal qualification in computing. The Foundation Degree in Computing is designed to develop academic skills required for employment in the computer industry.

You will be assessed through: Practical Coursework, Written assignments Project work, an Extended Project and Time Constrained Assignments

What qualifications or experience do I need?

Foundation Degree in Computing.

Minimum entry requirements for students under 21 is 120 UCAS tariff points. Mature students (over 21 years) will be required to demonstrate that they have adequate skills in maths and English to enable them to complete the programme, as well as experience in Computing.

What qualifications could I achieve? Leaving destinations Progression directly into employment, or students may wish to consider studying Year 3 of a Computer Science degree at Bolton University.

Key Facts Full Time Duration: 2 years Equipment: Students will be required to purchase text books for this course How to apply: Via UCAS

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What will I study? You will study: Core Skills - Scholarship, Website Production, Information Systems and Databases, Introduction to Programming, Computer Platforms Networking Fundamentals, Project Web Programming, Database Theory and Practice, Systems Analysis and Design. As part of the course, students must undertake an internship of 2 days per week for 4 months and will be required to write a report on their work experience.

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Higher Level Learning & Skills Guide  
Higher Level Learning & Skills Guide  

A summary of the higher education courses and options available at Barnet and Southgate College