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Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Computing

Course Code: C5150
Campus: Millfield
Week Commencing: 10 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
08 Jun 19
This 16 unit course supports the STEM initiative and is delivered and assessed over two years while studying full-time.  The course provides a specialist and work-related qualification and prepares students for employment or access to further study. It is based on the needs of students, employers and professional bodies in the regional economy.  The course offers breadth and specialisation in various aspects of computing and systems development.  It includes core units such as: programming, networking, professional practice, database analysis and design, security, business intelligence and managing a successful computing project with additional units such as maths for computing and website design and development. This programme of study is likely to include enrichment units and professional certifications which are an additional component to enhance your employability.

Career Opportunities / Progression

Students completing the course may progress to employment in industry, or gain admission to the first/second year of university honours degree courses.

Entry Requirements

Please refer to the College’s admissions criteria which are outlined at the beginning of this document. Please note, the minimum tariff accepted for this course in the previous academic year was 80 tariff points.  You should also have minimum Grade C in GCSE English (or equivalent) and Grade C in GCSE Maths

Cost

Tuition Fee

£2715.00

Fees relate to year 1 of a 2 year course.

All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.

Important Information

Students completing the course may progress to employment in industry, or gain admission to the first/second year of university honours degree courses.

Contact Information

Tel: 028 9026 5321 or  email: [email protected]