BSc (Hons) Computing

BSc (Hons) Computing

Bachelors
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3 years
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People who are keen to study a broad range of computing ideas and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to current situations are invited to apply for this diverse degree programme. The computing industry is continually growing and is integral to people's daily lives and businesses. In this course you will investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world, as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.

This programme initially covers a range of fundamental principles pertinent to computer technology and its use throughout the world. As this course introduces all aspects of computing during Stage one, you do not need to know what area of computing you want to specialise in before you arrive. Indeed, many of our students choose to continue studying multiple computing disciplines throughout the course, thus maintaining flexibility for their future career options.

Salient Features

  • Provide up to date programme in the field of computing; relevant and responsive to the needs of industry and commerce, whilst processing academic depth and rigor appropriate to honors degree level program.
  • Develop the students' capacity for academic study and research, leading to the ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information, and confidence to present a personal point of view
  • Enhance the capacity of students to have broad range of ideas of computing and develop innovative solutions to problems or improvements to the current situation.
  • Make the students to investigate the wide reaching influences that computers and computing technology have on the world so that they may be able to make to future advances.
  • Equip students with skill and knowledge to enable them to embark on a range of careers, in the field of computing, or allied professions.

Eligibility

Standard entry requirements:A typical offer would be 280 UCAS tariff points or 55% in 10+2/CBSE. Students must have 60% in English or IELTS score of 6.0 (or equivalent) with no skill below 5.5.All decisions regarding an offer letter are made by the University of Northampton, UK approval.* Students awaiting results are also encouraged to apply.* Students who have completed Foundations Degree (Level 3/ Bridge Course) from recognized institution are also encouraged to apply.  

Job Prospects

Students can be directly involved in any of the organizational projects without any intensive training. Organizations are not only limited to the below mentioned ones.

  • Software Industries
  • ISP
  • Banks
  • Airlines
  • Automobile Industries
  • Hydropower
  • Educational Institutions

Students research ability can lead them to meet the career goal of being a researcher and work in an organization or independently as a researcher or consultant. In the current market scenario, there is no any discipline where computing is not used, so the long term scope of computing candidates can be felt everywhere in the world where computing is used.

Curricular Structure

Course Content

Year I

Code Title Credits Status
CSY1017 Computer Communications 20 Compulsory (all)
CSY1014 Computer Systems 20 Compulsory
CSY1018 Internet Technology 20 Compulsory
CSY1019 Software Engineering 1 20 Compulsory
CSY1020 Problem Solving & Programming 20 Compulsory
CSY1026  Database 1 20 Compulsory
  Total 120

Student must take all modules.

Year II

Code Title Credits Status
CSY2002 Operating System 20 Compulsory
CSY2026 Modern Networks 20 Compulsory
CSY2027 Group Project 20 Compulsory
CSY2028 Web Programming 20 Compulsory
CSY2038 Database 2 20 Compulsory
CSY2030 Systems Design & Development 20 Compulsory
  Total 120

Student must take all compulsory modules

Year III

Code Title Credits Status
CSY4010 Computing Dissertation 40 Compulsory
CSY3010 Media Technology 20 Compulsory
CSY3023 Cyber Security and Cryptography 20 Compulsory
CSY3024 Database 3 20 Compulsory
CSY3025 Artificial Intelligence Techniques 20 Compulsory
  Total 120

Student must take all compulsory modules.