The Business Computing BSc degree is a challenging course that provides highly relevant, hands-on experience. Through a mixture of theory and real-world practice, you’ll learn how to determine a dynamic mix of processes, which allow information delivery systems and users to carry out business effectively and efficiently. You’ll come to intuitively understand how an organisation’s information systems need to adapt to the changes and developments natural to growth and progress.
Brunel University London
The modules on this degree course cover a range of topics, including the basic properties of software artefacts like information, algorithms, programs, common commercial system, and network architectures. System development approaches are also covered, including requirements capture, design methods, models, tools and techniques, implementing and testing systems, and software maintenance. Appreciation of project management issues arising from team-based software development is a key feature of the degree.
We’ll ensure that you have a strong approach to problem-solving both individually and in groups involving model-building and analysis, applying both theoretical and empirical knowledge to make choices and find solutions. You will also master commonly used notations and methods to reason and communicate clearly about requirements, specifications, designs and solutions. All factors which contribute to whether a business sinks or swims.
GCE A-level BBB.
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma DDM in Information Technology, Computer Science or Computing.
BTEC Level 3 Diploma DM in Information Technology, Computer Science or Computing with an A-level at grade B.
BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma D with A-levels grade BC.
International Baccalaureate Diploma 30 points. GCSE English equivalent SL 5 or HL 4 and Mathematics SL 4 or HL 4.
Obtain a minimum of 120 UCAS tariff points in the Access to HE Diploma in Computing, Computer Science, Information Technology, ICT or Engineering with 45 credits at Level 3.
T levels : Merit overall
Our Business Computing graduates enjoy excellent employment prospects. With the ability to handle the increasing demands of scientific, technological and commercial development in the 21st century, you’ll be in high demand with the wide-ranging companies and organisations increasingly dependent on computer technology.
You could go on to a career such as software developer, business analyst, web developer, technical architect or helpdesk engineer.
Recent graduates have taken up roles with companies such as Accenture, BP, FDM, the BBC and Wipro.