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Undergraduate courses related to 'General Computing'

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Honours degrees

Honours degrees

  • Also known as an undergraduate or bachelors degree.
  • Internationally respected, universally understood.
  • An essential requirement for many high-level jobs.
  • Gain a thorough understanding of your subject – and the tools to investigate, think critically, form reasoned arguments, solve problems and communicate effectively in new contexts.
  • Progress to higher level study, such as a postgraduate diploma or masters degree.

  1. BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and Psychology
  2. BSc (Honours) Computing & IT and a second subject
  3. BSc (Honours) Computing and IT
  4. BSc (Honours) Computing and IT (Communications and Networking)
  5. Top-up BSc (Honours) Computing and IT Practice
  6. BSc (Honours) Computing and IT (Communications and Software)
  7. BSc (Honours) Computing and IT (Software)
  8. BA/BSc (Honours) Open degree

Foundation degrees

Foundation degrees

  • Widely-recognised qualification.
  • Enhance your professional and technical knowledge and skills.
  • Equivalent to the first two thirds of an honours degree.
  • Use it to support your current role or progress your career.
  • Combine work-based learning with academic study – you need to be employed or volunteering in a relevant work setting.
  • Top up to an honours degree in just two years.

We offer most of our foundation degrees as diplomas of higher education for students living or working in Scotland.

  1. Foundation Degree in Computing and IT Practice

Diplomas of Higher Education

  1. Diploma of Higher Education in Computing & IT and a second subject
  2. Diploma of Higher Education in Computing and IT
  3. Diploma of Higher Education in Computing and IT Practice
  4. Diploma of Higher Education Open

Certificates of Higher Education

Certificates of Higher Education

  • Widely-recognised qualification.
  • Equivalent to the first third of an honours degree.
  • Study for interest or career development.
  • Shows that you can study successfully at university level.
  • Count it towards further qualifications such as a foundation degree, DipHE or honours degree.
  1. Certificate of Higher Education in Computing & IT and a second subject
  2. Certificate of Higher Education in Computing and IT
  3. Certificate of Higher Education Open

Modules

Modules

  • Self-contained unit of teaching, learning and assessment.
  • Combine modules towards OU qualifications, or study individually for interest or professional development.
  • Credit in an appropriate subject is widely recognised by many other universities.
  • Level of difficulty graded as Access or OU level 1, 2 and 3 (equivalent to FHEQ levels 4, 5 and 6, SCQF levels 7, 8, 9 and 10 respectively).