Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing and Information Technology
This programme has been designed to produce graduates with the attributes required of computing and IT graduates today and the ability to continue to develop knowledge, skill and competence to remain competitive and employable in an ever-advancing sector. The programme consists of 220 credits of taught module work and 20 credits of an applied development project. Learners who decide to leave the programme after completing the taught elements of one or more stages, may be entitled to receive the embedded exit award of a BSc in Computing and IT (stage 3 – level 7 NFQ) or a Higher Certificate in Computing in IT (stage 2 – level 6 NFQ). Graduates will be qualified to assume industry roles and/or to further their education at level 9.
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Centres offering Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing and Information Technology
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