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Business Computing with IT (Top Up) (UCAS:I100) BSc

MANCHESTER COLLEGE (THE)

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UCAS CODE: I100

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  • Qualification

    BSc - Bachelor of Science

  • Location

    Manchester College (The)

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date

    SEP

  • Duration

    1 year

Course summary

Overview

Business Computing with IT aims to develop the combined skills of a Computing and Business course to provide the skills to work effectively within organisations; with a sound knowledge of Information technology and systems alongside business practices.

This course aims to provide key employability skills through the assessment of technical skills, teamwork and research skills.

To gain an honours degree in Business Computing with IT, students will undertake three units across the course. This will include a 60 credit specialist project.

The project allows you to consolidate your previous learning and to develop those ideas and materials in a critical and analytical way. The project will demonstrate your ability to undertake a substantial piece of work. It will also be valuable as a showcase for your abilities and professional skills and provide a solid preparation for postgraduate study.
The course is delivered over one year full-time or two years part time.

There are three units within this programme; Business Systems and Practices, eEnterprise and Negotiated Research.

Within Business Systems and Practices, research skills will be developed regarding the investigation and analysis of Information Systems that are used within organisations.

eEnterprise provides the digital skills required to establish how current organisations use technologies to enhance their business and also how start-up companies can utilise them.

Negotiated Research is the opportunity to design and research your own specific interest within the context of the programme.

Continuing Your Journey

If you are interested in education you can complete educational qualifications that can lead to teaching opportunities.

Alternatively, Masters study is available at our partner institute, Manchester Metropolitan University, in a number of areas.

There are many opportunities in industry for graduates of this course. We have had a number of graduates gaining employment with graduate schemes for large organisations.

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QUALIFICATION TYPE

HND (BTEC) :

Before registering on this top-up degree, you will ideally have successfully completed a Foundation Degree in either Computing or Business (or equivalent approved study, such as a relevant foundation degree from another institution, or an HND together with vocational experience).

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University information

MANCHESTER COLLEGE (THE)

  • Campus address

    Manchester College (The), Ashton Old Road, Manchester, MANCHESTER, MANCHESTER, M11 2WH, England

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