Our BSc Computer Science with Business course is offered as either a three or four year course with integrated placement year. We aim to produce graduate software developers who specialise in managing software development for business. We focus on the design, construction and application of computing systems to meet the requirements of business organisations.
This programme has two main study themes: the methods of computing and how businesses operate and exploit computing effectively. The core of this programme is the design and construction of systems to inform management decision-making and facilitate business activity. You will extend your knowledge beyond the traditional business use of IT and be fully up to speed with new developments with the internet, e-business and distributed computing/multimedia systems.
Career prospects continue to be strong for our computing scientists with their sound understanding of the principles and practical applications of computing. The majority of our graduates find stimulating and rewarding positions in computing related activities with suppliers and users or within a wide range of careers for which a university degree is a prerequisite e.g. programmer, systems analyst, systems engineer or teacher.
Key course benefits:
This course is one of only 16 in the UK to be accredited as an ITMB programme by the Tech Partnership, the UK’s network of employers creating skills for the digital economy, this gives our students access to top companies, projects, employer networking events and graduate opportunities
Computer Science at Aston is ranked 4th for Graduate Prospects in the UK in the 2018 Complete University Guide
86% of Computer Science with Business students were satisfied with the Teaching on their course in the 2017 National Student Survey
Computer Science is in the Top 25 for Teaching in the 2017 National Student Survey
Aston Computer Science graduates go on to earn £3,000 more than the sector average, three years after graduation (LEO, 2017)
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