Why study this course?
This four-year course includes a foundation year (Year 0), providing an alternative route into higher education if you don't have the traditional qualifications or can't meet the entry requirements for an undergraduate degree in computing. It's aimed at those who have little or no subject background. The course is also suitable if you wish to change your subject area or if your secondary level grades have not matched your expectations.
More about this course
The Computer Network Engineering Extended Degree BSc includes a foundation year (Year 0), designed to prepare you for the challenge of studying at undergraduate level in the School of Computing and Digital Media at London Metropolitan University.
We place emphasis on the design and implementation of various computer networking configurations appropriate to different professional environments. You'll study core subjects, including programming, networking, cyber security and mathematics, all in a highly supportive environment that will give you the confidence and knowledge to join the full honours degree course at the right level.
You'll gain the kind of solid practical, problem-solving and analytical preparation that gives you a strong basis for future success. The extra year really makes a difference, and students on the extended degree have gone on to obtain a first class honours followed by immediate highly paid employment.
London Met has has extensive facilities and connections to many companies including Cisco, Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle and IBM, as well as access to world class facilities such as our Cisco labs, IT security and forensics lab, creative technology labs, technology tower, electronics and microprocessor labs.
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