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HNC Computing

Bradford College
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Course UCAS code: I05G
Qualification type:
  • HNC, Full-time , Duration: 1 Years
Course Summary:
The HNC in Computing is a work-related qualification for those taking their first steps into employment, or for those already in employment and seeking career development opportunities. The School of Computing has established close links with both local business and the local community. Wherever practicable, assessment on the programme reinforces these links. The course provides a blend of semesterised and year-long units. The units are sequenced to provide you with a coherent learning experience. The HNC programme has a total value of 120 credits and is equivalent to approximately 1,200 hours total learning time. Throughout the programme emphasis will be placed upon reflection, analysis, environmental impact, critical thinking and personal development.
Modules:
Full time: Programming; Networking; Professional Practice; Database Design and Development; Security; Managing a Successful Computing Project; Software Development Lifecycles; Website Design and Development. Part time Year One: Networking; Security; Professional Practice; Programming. Part time Year Two: Website Design and Development; Software Development Lifecycles; Managing a Successful Computing Project; Database Design and Development.
Assessment Methods:
The teaching strategy is designed to supplement your existing knowledge and to encourage your acquisition of new subject knowledge while supporting you in the move towards a greater degree of independence and self-direction. Assessments may include elements of: practical assessments; portfolios of evidence; ‘in-class’ tests; lab work; case studies; examinations, both open and closed book; reflective activities where you look back over your experiences, analyse them with the assistance of relevant theory and reflective tools, and learn from the experience; online discussions that you have had with your peers, tutors and invited contributors to the programme; oral and written reports; journals, blogs and log books; plans (e.g. action plans, plans for your group activities); presentations; time-constrained tasks. All written work related to assessments will be submitted via Turnitin to ensure authentication of your work.
Application deadline details:

15 January

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The teaching and the course are fantastic, especially working in the new David Hockney Building, there are a lot of PCs and facilities available to everyone and Bradford is really friendly, with a nice little nightlife and plenty of exciting film festivals and events going throughout the year. There's loads of culture here too, the concerts at St George's Hall will have seen a lot of your student by the end.

Set for Whole course for England at £7,750
Set for Whole course for Northern Ireland at £7,750
Set for Whole course for Scotland at £7,750
Set for Whole course for Wales at £7,750
Registrar Services:
Tel. 01274 088008
Email. [email protected]

Registrar Services:
Tel. 01274 088008
Email. [email protected]

 
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