B.Sc. (Hons) in Computing (3 or 4 year Track) - London Metropolitan University


London Metropolitan University

Science and Technology

3 year(s)


B.Sc. (Hons) in Computing program provides a professional education in the theory and practice of computing, with special emphasis on the techniques, theory and applications in industry and commerce. The course covers principles of programming, operating systems, application development and software engineering. The course develops the skills necessary for you to demonstrate professional competence enabling you to work successfully in the computing industry. 

The main aim of this course is to provide students with knowledge in the area of Computing. There are four areas that characterize the course. These are: Software Development, Information Systems, Networks and Distributed Systems, and Internet Computing Systems. After the completion of this course, the graduate attributes of self-awareness, performance in a variety of contexts, and creativity and ethics.


Eligibility

  1. NEB 10+2 overall aggregate of 55% or 2.2 GGPA* and above, Year 12 English score 60% or 2.4 GPA* and above, and SLC Mathematics score of 50% above
  2. 2 ‘A’ Level passes with minimum grades A to C or 3 ‘A’ Level passes with minimum grades D and above; and General Paper (A or AS Level) or English (A or AS Level) with Grade E and above.

Applicants who do not meet the above mentioned English requirements can substitute with the following English Tests: IELTS 5.5 and above (minimum score of 5.5 in each component) or Pearson Test of English Score above 47.

Students not meeting the Entry Requirements will have to pursue iAcademy’s University Foundation Certificate (UFC). UFC is a one year academic programme awarded by iAcademy (New Zealand) and articulated with advanced standing by London Metropolitan University (UK).

University Foundation Entry Requirements:

  1. NEB +2 total aggregate of 45% or 1.8 GGPA* and above, and Year 12 English score of 45% or 1.8 GPA* and above, or
  2. 2 ‘A’ level subject passes, and a pass in General Paper (A or AS Level) or English (A or AS Level) with Grade E and above.

Applicants who do not meet the above mentioned English requirements can substitute with the following English Tests: IELTS 4.5 and above or Pearson Test of English Score above 37.

Semester 1

  • Academic English for Undergraduate Study: 30 Credits
  • Undergraduate Study and Research Skills: 30 Credits
  • Foundational Mathematics: 15 Credits
  • Introduction to IT: 15 Credits

Semester 2

  • Academic English for Undergraduate Study: 30 Credits
  • Undergraduate Study and Research Skills: 30 Credits
  • Foundational Statistics: 15 Credits
  • Introduction to Business: 15 Credits
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Curricular structure

Year 1

  • Information Systems
  • Programming
  • Computer Hardware and Software Architectures
  • Logic and Problem Solving

Year 2

  • Databases
  • Networks and Operating Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Emerging Programming Platforms and Technologies
  • Professional Issues, Ethics and Computer Law

Year 3

  • Advanced Database Systems Development
  • Application Development
  • Project
  • Work Related Learning II
  • Artificial Intelligence