B.Sc.(Hons) Network Engineering - University of Northampton (UK)

University of Northampton (UK)

Computer and IT

4 year(s)

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The role of the internet technology in society and the value of internet security to ensure that personal information is safe is a high priority for most people and businesses. Consequently, the need for a reliable and secure internet is vital. If you are interested in this expanding and diverse sector within the computing industry we invite you to apply for this specialist course. In this course you will appreciate how internet technology and security influence and are influenced by the entire computing industry.

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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.  

Curricular structure

Course Content

Year I

CSY1017Computer Communications20Compulsory (all)
CSY1014Computer System20Compulsory (all)
CSY1018Internet Technology20Compulsory (all)
CSY1019Software Engineering 120Compulsory (all)
CSY1020Problem Solving & Programming20Compulsory (all)
CSY1026 Database 120Compulsory (all)

Student must take all modules.

Year II

CSY2001Computer Networks20Compulsory
CSY2027Group Project*20Compulsory
CSY2028Internet Programming20Compulsory
CSY2038Database 220Compulsory
CSY2002Operating System
CSY2026Modern Network

Student must take all compulsory modules for their pathway. 

Year III

CSY3021Wireless and Advanced Network Technologies20Compulsory
CSY3010Cybersecurity & Cryptograpgy20Compulsory
CSY3025Artificial Intelligence Techniques20Compulsory
CSY4010Computing Dissertation40Compulsory
CSY3029Mobile Computing20Compulsory

Student must take all compulsory modules for their pathway. 

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