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Bradford College

BSc (Hons) Software Engineering

Subject Area
Computing & IT
Qualification Gained
BSc (Hons) Software Engineering
Study Level
University, Level 6
Duration
3 years Full-time, 6 years Part-time
Start Date
12/09/2022
Study Mode
Full-time or Part-time
UCAS Code
HO07
Institution
B60

  Overview

Software engineering covers the methods for developing software. You will learn how to plan, manage and develop software whilst adopting an academic and rigorous approach which will support you throughout your career.

We have a three-year programme for those who meet the UCAS points. This can be studied on a full-time basis (three years) or on a part-time basis (six years).

We also have a four-year programme which includes a foundation year for those who may not have achieved the required UCAS points. This can be studied on a full-time basis only.

If you only need to study the Top-up level, this can be studied on a one-year full-time basis or a two-year part-time basis.

Students completing the programme will have sufficient knowledge, understanding and expertise to enter employment at any stage of the software development lifecycle.

The programme provides flexibility for graduates to be employed in a variety of areas in computing, for example, programmer, analyst, data scientist, web developer, business analysts, systems analyst, database administration and project management.

  Key Info

The first year will provide a range of modules covering the basics of software development such as fundamentals of programming, website design & development, software engineering principles and practice, logic and problem solving as a start. The second-year will build upon the previous year’s knowledge so that students can plan, design and develop software according to stakeholders and users requirements.The final year will be the culmination of all modules studied and applied into a final year project demonstrating the complete software development lifecycle.

Modules include data structures and algorithms, project management and cloud concepts.

Also included is a module called Employability Skills for Computer Graduates, to support and assist graduates when applying for jobs and graduate schemes.

Teaching and learning methods include: Lectures, tutorials, seminars, interactive and practical workshops.

For students who have not achieved the required entry requirements to enrol, there is an option for a Foundation year (48 UCAS points entry) which is a 4-year programme. Modules include:

  • Computers in Society
  • Skills for IT
  • Problem Solving
  • Information System
  • Digital Security
  • Design and Modelling

Year 1 (Level 4):

  • Fundamentals of Programming
  • Introduction to Academic Skills
  • Software Engineering Principles and Practice
  • User Centered Design and User Experience
  • Website Design and Development
  • Logic and Problem Solving

Year 2 (Level 5):

  • Requirements Engineering and Software Design
  • Data Structures and Algorithm
  • Cloud Concepts (AWS)
  • Project Management
  • Data Management and Analysis
  • Application Development

Year 3 (Level 6):

  • Advanced Programming
  • Information Systems Security
  • Quality Assurance and Software Testing
  • Employability Skills for Computer Graduates
  • Final Year Project

Entry to this course requires 80 UCAS Tariff points (48 for Foundation entry) as well as GCSE English and Maths at grade 4 or C.

This course can be studied as a Top-up (Level 6 only). Please contact the course team for more information. Applications are welcomed and encouraged by those who do not meet the standard entry requirements but can demonstrate the ability to study at Higher Education level. Some credit points may be built up through prior learning and experience. We also consider individual applicants who can demonstrate relevant learning, work/voluntary experience, using our Recognition of Prior Learning process. Please contact the admission team for further information and support.

Assessment is centred on the practical and professional skills required by the industry, and therefore you will be specifically focusing on deriving a solution to a specified problem through researching, analysing and evaluating the issue.

This creates a workload which is mostly practical but will be substantiated through written work such as reports and essays. Group work is also used to promote transferable skills where appropriate.

  Fees

Full-time: £8,750 per year.

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