Computing and Digital Technologies at University of Roehampton - UCAS

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Why this course? • Gain a broad understanding of computing, covering fundamental skills in programming, systems administration, data, interface design, and cyber security. • Learn through a flipped classroom approach that replaces lectures with videos and workshops to encourage collaborative learning and prepare students for the studio-style lab environment. • Employability is embedded throughout the curriculum with a focus on project-based assessment that attempts to mimic real-life scenarios. • The programme offers unique computing modules including system administration and programming for business automation, that will open new career pathways. About this course BSc Computing and Digital Technologies offers a comprehensive computing education and excellent career prospects in the ever-growing world of IT. Skills Throughout this course, students will gain a full education in computing, with a focus on fundamental skills in programming, systems administration, data, interface design, and cybersecurity. Students will have the opportunity to engage with a variety of roles in IT support, utilising low code/no code techniques to automate business processes. Students will also develop skills in digital media with modules covering digital methods and web design. During their final year project, students will explore usability aspects in computing, data visualization, human user interaction, cyber security, and risk management. Career opportunities Graduates of BSc Computing and Digital Technologies can expect excellent job and career prospects. With organisations in all sectors increasingly relying on technology, there is a growing demand for professionals with a grasp of core IT skills. Studying BSc Computing and Digital Technologies will open several career pathways for students new to the field, from software development to system administration to cybersecurity, to roles in user experience and user interface design. With a comprehensive education in computing and a range of transferable skills, graduates of this course are well-positioned for success in the rapidly evolving world of computing.


Examples include:

  • Computer Systems
  • Mobile App Design
- Human-Computer Interaction

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  • Year 1

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England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
International £15750 Year 1

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Computing and Digital Technologies at University of Roehampton - UCAS