BSc (Hons) Computing with Information Technology Management
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Considering Information Technology Management is critical for any business to achieve sustainability (UK, 2020), the UK Government Innovation design strategy 2020-2024 foresee long term benefits of human centred design to wider social and environment outcomes and requires businesses to adopt intelligence and innovation in their design to deliver solutions.
In response, this BSc programme can prepare you for a range of careers in Innovation Technology Design, Business Intelligence and Software Development, including technical, management, and leadership opportunities in in this discipline.
This programme will provide you with a recognised undergraduate qualification in information management technologies This programme is designed for those, who wish to study IT management for a generalist broad-based qualification to further develop their knowledge, skills and careers.
It is also attractive to learners who have related IT work experience and wish to gain an academic qualification in a subject area in which they are familiar. This programme is specifically designed to enable you to develop in depth technical knowledge that will allow you to discover new ways to practice, analysing, designing, and implementing software solutions, business intelligence, and innovative ways to support the business operations.
To accelerate your learning, you will be exposed to theories, methods, tools, and technologies relating to the design, development and testing of innovative and intelligent applications and prototypes. You will also be exposed to the in-depth concepts, principles, technologies, and techniques of collaboration, automation of software development process, data warehousing and design sketches. You will subsequently be able to apply this knowledge and skill in your own context, and subsequently critically analyse the implementation and recommend potential future improvements.
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After graduating from this programme, you will be equipped to work in a variety of careers in the IT industry, or to progress to academic or research-orientated careers.
The programme will develop your skills and competencies for careers in a range of job roles, such as:
Depending on your previous qualifications, you can join the programme directly onto Year One, Two or Three.
|Year One (Level 4)||120 UCAS Tariff points
Find out how many points your qualifications are worth by using the UCAS Tariff calculator: ucas.com/ucas/tariff-calculator
|Year Two (Level 5)||HNC or equivalent Level 4 qualification in an computing or IT subject area|
|Year Three (Level 6)||HND or Foundation Degree in a computing or IT related field.
Applicants holding a relevant computing or IT qualification in addition to one of the following: DipHE, any Level 5 award such as Certificate, Diploma or NVQ, will also be considered.
Please note that applicants over the age of 21 without formal qualifications yet with appropriate work experience are also encouraged to apply for entry to level 4 or 5. Non-standard qualifications/work experience will need to be considered on an individual basis.
We accept a wide range of international qualifications. Please visit our entry requirements page for country-specific qualifications.
This module will provide you an essential foundation in computer programming, while helping you develop career-ready skills analysing computing problems and applying effective programming solutions.
This module will introduce you to mathematical and computational concepts, and the information technology infrastructure encompassing systems and devices.
Get career-ready by developing a solid understanding of database approach, including its benefits in contrast to traditional file approach.
Build your understanding of the fundamental principles of data communication technologies, network models and the protocols used for digital transmission to support business operations.
This module will cover the fundamental concepts and principles of website design and development.
Gain an introduction of object orientation (OO) in the context of software analysis and design and relate them to OO programming concepts.
Develop key academic skills, including language and research skills, to successfully complete your assignments throughout the programme.
With more organisations using the cloud for storing sensitive data, gaining a solid knowledge and critical understanding of fundamental concepts, principles and technologies in Cloud Computing will provide invaluable insight for your experiential learning semester and future career.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the changing cyber landscape as a result of digital transformation and rise of machine-to-machine communication.
Within the module you will determine steps to ensure business processes are aligned with business strategies, operations and the role of business. Further to this, you will analyse and design how businesses can make meaningful change to business processes and be able to adapt for the future.
You will also learn to use business process automation tool to prove your design concepts. Indicative topics include but not limited to the following;
Improve your English language and academic skills ready to succeed in your university career and beyond.
Develop your understanding of essential digital and professional competencies as well as personal and professional development processes.
Learn about developments in Computing and Digital Technologies, as you prepare for your experiential learning semester, where you will be working with a range of employers facing contemporary organisational challenges.
In an increasingly competitive graduate recruitment market, you’ll need more than a good degree to get the job you want. Graduate employers are increasingly looking for evidence of relevant work experience as well as academic achievement in candidates. A semester internship enhances your employability prospects, making you more appealing to graduate employers.
You’ll get practical experience in your chosen field whilst developing skills you will need in the workplace. You will also gain a better understanding of how organisations operate and will be able to apply this knowledge directly to your studies.
Make the most of an experiential learning opportunity in a workplace setting, using the skills and knowledge acquired in your previous modules.
Develop your self-guided learning skills and knowledge within the context of subject specialisms of your choice.
Explore research-based practices of leadership and technology strategies for sustainability, while understanding the personal and professional challenges these involve.
Improve your study, language and communication skills for academic purposes in the study of your chosen discipline.
In this year-long module, you will have the opportunity to work independently to research and build a significant computing solution directly related to your specialist programme of study.
Learn the procedures and technological solutions for modern business data handling and management, understanding how Business Intelligence and Data Analysis bring cutting-edge technologies and modern statistical models together.
Develop a creative mind-set through design thinking and innovative practice, allowing you to bring together knowledge and creativity to construct a viable computer solution, service or a product.
Develop career-ready in-depth knowledge of DevOps methodologies.
All modules on this course are core and 20 credits unless otherwise stated.
The course information displayed on this page is correct for the academic year 2023/24. We aim to run the course as advertised however, changes may be necessary due to updates to the curriculum (due to academic or industry developments), student demand or UK compliance reasons.
This course is eligible for student finance through Student Finance England (for eligible home students). For more information, please visit our dates & fees page.
Please note that your tuition fees do not include the cost of course books that you may choose to purchase, stationery, printing and photocopying, accommodation, living expenses, travel or any other extracurricular activities. As a Northumbria University London Campus student, you will have full access to our online digital library with over 400,000 e-books and 50,000 electronic journals.
The modules you will study do not require you to purchase additional textbooks although we recommend you allow an additional £250 for the duration of your studies should you choose to purchase any additional reading materials.
Information for international students
Northumbria University is committed to providing the best possible experience to all our students. To ensure you secure your place with us, we require our international students to pay a deposit towards their fees. More information can be found here.
Your tuition fees cover far more than your time in class with our expert academics, it covers the cost of providing you with excellent services and student experience.
Depending on the country you are from, you may be eligible for a country bursary and/or scholarship when studying this undergraduate programme.
All of our scholarships and bursaries are automatically applied when we process your application and one of our team will be able to confirm your eligibility.
If you need support to spread the cost of your tuition, you may be eligible for our payment plan.
Enquire now to find more information about the course, studying with us, the application process, and to ask any other questions you may have.
Once you’re ready to apply, if you are a UK or a Home student, you will need to apply via UCAS. If you are an international student, you can apply to us directly following the below instructions.
UCAS applications – UK/ Home students
To apply through UCAS, you will need to use the following codes:
Institute UCAS code: N77
Course UCAS code: UUFCTG3ITY
Find out more about applying through UCAS here
Direct applications – international students
We strongly recommend that you submit your application as early as possible to allow you to complete all of the preparations needed to study in the UK. After receiving an offer it can take time to arrange your finances and apply for your visa and it is important that you arrive in good time to enrol on your course. Please refer to the Dates and Fees page.
You can apply online to study the BSc (Hons) Computing with Information Technology Management. This method allows you to upload your supporting documents at the time of application and automatically receive your student application number.
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UK/Home Fee: £9,250
International Fee: £19,000
120 UCAS Tariff points GCSE Maths and English Language at minimum grade 4/C, or an equivalent
IELTS 6.0 with no single element below 5.5, or equivalent
Coursework and exams
September, January 2024, May 2024Next application deadline