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Ben0406
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For Project Management, System Analysis or Business Analysis ?

Business Information Technology BSc

Level 1

  • Professional Skills;
  • Introduction to Programming;
  • Business Decision Making;
  • IT Service and Infrastructure;
  • Current Technologies;
  • Enterprise Information Systems.

Level 2

  • Real World Project;
  • Data and information retrieval;
  • Ethical and legal issues in computing;
  • Developing the modern web 1;
  • Operational research;
  • Computer Simulation.

Level 3

  • Individual Project;
  • Rapid Application Development;
  • Information technology and global development;
  • Business continuity and compliance;
  • Optional topic.

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Information Technology Practitioner BSc (Hons)

  • IT in business
  • Information systems
  • Managing networks
  • Introduction to software design
  • Designing and using databases
  • Developing and testing systems
  • Software Development
  • IT Security
  • Business computing
  • Server development and maintenance
  • Advanced information systems
  • Implementing e-commerce solutions


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Well the second thing doesn't even mention the internet.
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Well the second thing doesn't even mention the internet.
i have updated my post to put more detail on what the 2nd degree covers

i figure that Business Information Technology BSc is more technical because it has programming

however i heard that analysts need to have a knowledge of using and designing databases which information technology practitioner bsc covers
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i have updated my post to put more detail on what the 2nd degree covers

i figure that Business Information Technology BSc is more technical because it has programming

however i heard that analysts need to have a knowledge of using and designing databases which information technology practitioner bsc covers
Hmmm, don't really know much about IT but Python is on a firey trend of popularity?
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Hmmm, don't really know much about IT but Python is on a firey trend of popularity?
Ruby for the web, Python for the pleb!
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