Computing at Coventry College - UCAS


Coventry College

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Pearson Education Ltd

Course summary

This course provides you with the opportunity of gaining a HND qualification in Computing. It is an excellent qualification for a career in Computing or Information Technology. The College has a theory room, a computer build/fault finding room (with a A+ capacity), four practical computer rooms and a CISCO computer laboratory. Year 1 will cover: •Business Skills for e-Commerce •Computer Systems •Employability and Professional Development •Systems Analysis and Design •Website Design •Database Design Concepts •Procedural Programming •Event Driven Programming •Solutions Year 2 will cover: •Project •E-commerce strategy •Quality systems •Data analysis and design •Web applications development •Digital image creation and development •Local area network technology •Network security How the Programme is delivered: This programme will be delivered in one or two hour sessions encompassing a combination of delivery techniques. 1. Teaching and Learning Sessions Within these sessions delivered content from seminars will be expanded upon, enabling you to explore content and further your knowledge through discussion, research and idea generation. The sessions will be used as supervised learning and guidance from a lecturer will be provided. 2. Practical Workshops Within these sessions you will be expected to work autonomously on your current theoretical and practical work. 3. Seminars Within these sessions, lecture-based material will be presented and explained by a subject specialist lecturer. 4. Independent Study Throughout the programme you will be required to be self-led and actively engage in independent study in order to progress at a high level. Guidance will be provided by the subject specialist; however, a distinct amount of effort and time will be expected in addition to timetabled lessons. 5. Blended Learning Some content within certain modules will be delivered through on-line content enabling you to study at a time and in a location of their choosing. These modules will be supported with regular tutorial sessions so that lecturers can assist individually with the learning activities. 6. Personal Tutors and Personal Development Planning You will be encouraged to meet regularly with a personal tutor in order to make sure of your welfare and progression during your time on the programme. You will have at least one individual tutorial appointment arranged in each half-term period. 7. Employability/Career/Progression Preparation The Employability and Professional Development (EPD) module is intended to heighten awareness of the need to develop life-skills as well as the academic skills needed to enhance future prospects in work and education. Feedback has been sought from local business representatives to keep programme content and assignments abreast of current trends and needs in industry. You are encouraged to take responsibility for your own learning experience and to collaborate with colleagues in a professional and meaningful way. The qualification is assessed entirely by means of coursework. To achieve the qualification, all (16) units must be passed. A minimum of a pass in eight modules per year (or equivalent credit value) must be achieved before you can be awarded the qualification. Feedback on programme All assessed work will be returned to you within an agreed timescale, accompanied by a completed feedback sheet; praising the positive, indicating areas for improvement and setting realistic and achievable goals. Once you have completed the course you can progress to the second or final year of a degree course or direct employment as a computing/I.T. professional.

Course details

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How to apply

Application deadlines

If your application is completed by the following date, it’s guaranteed to be considered:

15 January

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Application codes

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Course codeI100
Institution code C64
Campus nameHenley Campus
Campus codeH

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

QualificationOfferFurther information
UCAS Tariff 48 points with a minimum of at least grade D in one A-Level.
A level D
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016) PPP
Access to HE Diploma P: 30 credits Any Pass will be accepted
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma (first teaching from September 2016) MP
GCSE/National 4/National 5 5 GCSE subjects at grade 4 (C) or above including maths and English Language. An accepted alternative qualification is Functional Skills English/maths Level 2. International learners must evidence English Language abilities at IELTS Level 5.5 or above in both oral and written skills.

Additional entry requirements


Applications from Advanced Apprenticeships are welcomed.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £5500 Year 1
Northern Ireland £5500 Year 1
Scotland £5500 Year 1
Wales £5500 Year 1

Additional fee information

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Computing at Coventry College - UCAS