BSc (Hons) Applied Computing Technologies

With ever-developing new and emerging technologies and applications in computing, you will cover a broad range of computing subjects including networking, security, cloud computing and professional practice.

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Boasting smaller class sizes and national employer involvement, this course offers you real progression opportunities within the computing industry. 

Allowing you to focus on specific job roles ensures that you can apply theories learnt in the classroom to the reality faced in the workplace. Gaining advanced knowledge in practical research and theoretical skills, you have the opportunity to maximise your career prospects by working with local employers where you will undertake live projects for real clients. You will be exposed to current technologies and the real technical content needed to provide computing solutions to information technology problems. 

On successful completion of this course, you will have a systematic understanding go the key concepts, theoretical approaches and applications that are still developing within computing. Utilising these theories, you will be able to critically evaluate and apply computer science by undertaking practical computing research. Graduate employment opportunities can then be reached with both national and international employers within the computing industry. 

Where will this course take me?

You can top-up this qualification at Truro and Penwith College by enrolling in:

This qualification can take you into roles such as:

  • Web Developer
  • IT Project Manager
  • Network Engineer
  • Computer Analyst

How to Apply

Applications for September 2021 are now open. 

Please apply to this course via Ucas using the below information: 

UCAS Institution: Truro and Penwith College
UCAS Institution Code: T85
UCAS Course Code: 13T8

BSc (Hons) Applied Computing Technologies
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