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BSc. Information Technology

BSc Computer Science / Information Technology

Overview

Top-up your two year Associate degree or Advanced Diploma in Information Technology or closely related subject to an honours degree - in just one year through a blended arrangement of online study and lecturer led classes.

Become a ground breaker in Programming and Networking by earning an internationally recognized honors degree from the UK's University of Hertfordshire, without travel and accommodation costs. Benefit from the same academic standards and quality control procedures as if you were enrolled in their equivalent on campus course.

Benefits of choosing this programme:

  • You can do the programme in 1 year.
  • Complete just five modules and graduate with an honour degree
  • Students may do only 3 modules (75 credits) and graduate with a non-honours degree.
  • Option of Saturday only or weekday only classes.
  • Just 1 class per module per week.
  • Option to choose your modules
  • Recognised by ACTT
  • The flexibility to start in any of 3 semesters (January, May or September)

Why University of Hertfordshire?

The University of Hertfordshire is a vibrant, inclusive, campus-based institution with a vision to be internationally renowned as the UK's leading business-facing university. It is innovative and enterprising and challenges individuals and organisations to excel. All courses are underpinned by industry insight and powerful research ensuring our student community of over 24,600 graduates are equipped with the skills and attributes for successful professional lives. The University has excellent progression rates to employment – 96.5% of students are in employment or further study six months after graduating* - and its teaching expertise has recently been awarded the top gold ranking in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2018. It is one of the top 150 universities in the world under 50 years old, according to the new Times Higher Education 150 under 50 rankings 2018. For more information visit: www.herts.ac.uk

*DLHE 2016/17

Entry Requirements

Each application is considered individually, but normally 240 credits from a suitable qualification are required.

Approved pre-requisite qualifications include:

  • COSTAATT Associate Degree in Information Technology
  • ABMA - L5/L6 Diploma in CIS
  • UTT - IT Diploma
  • ROYTEC Associate Degree in Information Systems Management
  • NCC International Advanced Diploma / L5 Diploma
  • ABE L5/L6 MIS or Advanced Diploma in Business Information Systems
  • BTEC HND
  • Trinidad & Tobago Institute of Technology (T.T.I.T.), IT Diploma
  • ACP Advanced Diploma
  • City & Guilds Technician Advanced Diploma in Applied Information Technology
  • Foundation or Associate Degree
  • NIHERST Associate Degree in Information Technology
  • IMIS Higher Diploma

Course Details

In order to be eligible for an Honours degree, students are required to complete 120 credits:

  • 75 credits of core modules
  • 45 credits of elective modules

Modules are worth either 30 credits or 15 credits.

Information Technology route

Students enrolled on the Information Technology route are required to take the following 75 credits of core modules:

  • Web Scripting (30 credits)
  • Information Technology Project (30 credits)
  • Project Planning (15 credits)

Plus 45 credits of elective modules chosen from

  • Computer Systems Security (15 credits)
  • User Experience Design (30 credits)
  • Data Mining and Visualisation (30 credits)

Academic Benefits

Here's why you should get a degree

There are many benefits to be derived from attaining a Bachelor's degree. Research has shown that holders of a degree tend to earn more than those who don't have a degree. In fact, a study done by the US Census Bureau showed that persons with a degree earns an average of 43 percent more than someone without one over the course of a lifetime. The Big Payoff: Educational Attainment and Synthetic Estimates of Work-Life Earnings.

In addition to the obvious financial benefits of earning a degree, there are also non-monetary benefits to degree holders. Degree holders tend to hold higher quality jobs leading to a career rather than less fulfilling positions. The children of degree holders also benefit from their parents' academic achievement from greater parental involvement in their education. Overall graduates, tend to be a source of innovation and contribute to economic growth.

Class Schedule

Typically, semesters start with an induction week, at the end of the following months:

  • Semester A: September
  • Semester B: January
  • Semester C: May

Teaching starts one week after the induction week - The start dates may change from time to time.

Note: Students can start the programme in any of the three possible semesters. See timetable below.

Timetable

Timetable showing which modules are offered in which semester - the class dates are tentative and some will be determined based on enrolment and requests:

Semester A (Sep to Jan)
Start Date: September 29th
Semester B (Jan to May)
Start Date: January 26th
Semester C (May to Sep)
Start Date: May 24th

Project Planning (15)

Web Scripting (30)

Information Technology Project (30)

Computer Systems Security (15)

Information Technology Project (30)

Data Mining and Visualisation (30)

User Experience Design (30)

Project Planning (15)

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How to Apply

To apply to start the BSc Information Technology Programme with CTS College, students are asked to:

Note: Students awaiting results may also apply for the programme. All documents are to be emailed to rragoonath@ctscbcs.com

It is free to apply!

Application Deadline Dates

Semester A Semester B Semester C
Semester: January to May Semester: May to September Semester: September to January
Deadline: December 13th Deadline: April 15th Deadline: August 21st

Note: Extension to these dates may apply, kindly liaise with us to confirm.

We are an ACTT recognised institution and partner with international awarding bodies

University of Hertsfordshire ABE