BSc Applied Software Engineering (Digital Degree Apprenticeship)

Further Details
Course Code
LP01448
Location
Yale
Duration
Part Time, 3 Years, Part Time BSc ApprenticeshipStart date: Wednesday 21st September 2022Wednesday 9:00-16:00 (Yale site) and Thursday 18:00-21:00 (Online)
Department
Digital Technologies, Computing & IT
Start Date
28 Sep 2022
End Date
20 Jun 2025

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Course Overview
Subject to Bangor University approval.

A Digital Degree Apprenticeship offers you a flexible way to study a degree while in employment. Combining work and university education, this course will allow you to earn while you learn, in one of three cutting-edge streams.

This course is fully funded. It is delivered by Coleg Cambria in partnership with Bangor University, who will award the degree.

This is a three-year course.

Delivery will consist of 9 hours of delivery per week in Year 1 and similar for Year 2 and 3 - to be split over one 6-hour day and one 3-hour evening.

Delivery will be at Coleg Cambria for Year 1 and Year 2. Year 3 will be at Bangor University.

Year 1 - Coleg Cambria - 1 day, 1 eve - January 2022-October 2022
Year 2 - Coleg Cambria - 1 day, 1 eve - November 2022-June 2023
Year 3 - Bangor University - 1 day, 1 eve - September 2023-May 2024

Content for each year can be seen below for the taught units.

Additionally, there are two work based learning units, (indicated under the WBL subheading below).

BSc Applied Software Engineering - H300

Year 1
Database Design and Management (20 credit)
Computer Systems (10 credit)
Introduction to Programming (20 credit)
Data Modelling(10 credit)
Designing Accessible Websites (10 credits)
Creating and Managing Accessible Websites (20 credits)

WBL

Research and study skills (10 credits)
Employability based learning 1 (20 credits)

Year 2

Developing Mobile Technology (20 credits)
Object Oriented Programming (20 credits)
Introduction to Middleware (10 credits)
Project Management for Computer Professionals (10 credits)
Cyber Security and Future Technology (20 credits)

WBL

Research methods and study skills (20 credits)
Employability based learning 2 (20 credits)

Year 3

Software Prototyping Study (20 credits)
Production Software Development - Research Project (20 credits) Software Engineering (20 credits)
Computer and Network Security (20 credits)
Business and Enterprise Programming (20 credits)
User Experience (UX) & HCI (20 credits)
This course material will be delivered through a combination of in-college delivery and assignments, and work-based assessment.

Students on this course will be required to undertake periods of self-study, additional to taught hours
Each applicant is assessed on a case by case basis, depending on their own individual relevant experience. If you are unsure as to whether you meet the entry requirements or not, please contact us to discuss.

ESW Communications and Application of Number need to be undertaken at Level 3 unless the learner has GCSE English and Maths.

Students need to be in either full or part time employment, (minimum 16 hours a week), in an appropriate role.
Graduates successfully completing the BSc Applied Software Engineering will be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of the concepts and skills of software engineering and computing.

The skills offered as part of this course can provide graduates with the opportunity to work in many different areas of the software engineering and computing sectors
This course is fully funded, subject to confirmation from HEFCW, which covers the full course tuition fees of £27,000, (£9,000 per student per year, over 3 years)


UCAS Code : H302
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