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BSc Hons Computing Systems Bachelor of Science with Honours London

The BSc Hons Computing System course recognises that software development skills need to be complemented with people and process related skills. Consequently people, process and professional practice are important topics you will cover within the modules and will allow you to develop a broad base of skills appropriate to a software engineer.



Course information


Level of study:

Undergraduate degree

Tuition fees:

UK/EU – £9,000

International – £9,500


Mode of study:

Full-time classroom


3 years

Assessment method:

Individual and group-based practical assignments and presentations, formative and summative class tests, laboratory log books, exams and development of written reports

Student finance:




Start dates:




About this course

The overall aim of the course is to provide a broadly-based education in computing systems that will produce graduates equipped to apply best practice in software engineering to the development of a wide range of information systems in organisations. Upon graduation, you will be well-prepared to embark on a professional career in computing with specific vocational skills relevant to local industry needs. The course will also help meet industry’s current shortage of high quality graduates in computing, particularly those with software development skills.

The BSc Hons Computing System course recognises that software development skills need to be complemented with people and process related skills. Consequently people, process and professional practice are important topics you will cover within the modules and will allow you to develop a broad base of skills appropriate to a software engineer.

Professional accreditation

The BSc Hons Computing Systems meets the accreditation requirements of the British Computer Society (BCS), the Chartered Institute for IT. Graduates will have satisfied the educational requirements for Chartered IT Professional (CITP) and are full members of the BCS (MBCS).



All modules are core.

Year 1

Mathematics for Computing - 20 credits

This module provides you with the mathematical background to enhance an understanding of the material presented in various computing modules on the course.

You will develop proficiency in the use of the necessary fundamental mathematical concepts in the areas of discrete structures, algorithms and complexity, and an ability to absorb further specific knowledge where this is required for particular special areas. The analytic skills and conceptual thinking required for competence in areas such as programming, database analysis, formal specification, and systems design are developed in this module.

Software Development I - 20 credits

This module introduces programming to students who are assumed to have no previous programming experience.

You will be introduced to key terms in object-oriented concepts of classes and objects and software development. It begins by focusing on the terms and techniques used in object-orientated programming. This will then be reinforced by practical use of existing pre-defined classes like JFrame. You will then develop the techniques and knowledge necessary to design and write simple programs. The software engineering principles and techniques will be interwoven with the introductory topics.

Study Skills and Professional Issues - 20 credits

As a computer-related professional, you will need to be aware of a wider range of issues that go beyond the mere technical knowledge necessary to practice your chosen discipline. You should have knowledge of government legislation affecting your work, along with a series of transferable skills that facilitate the successful completion of your course of study and the seeking of employment upon course completion. This module is designed to make future computing professionals aware of the nature of the professional working environment, as well as to increase your awareness of the issues raised by the spread of computer and communication technologies into all aspects of life.

Computer Hardware - 20 credits

Computer hardware is obviously important; knowing how the hardware works and what options were available to the hardware designer will enhance your understanding of a computer system. To understand how software is executed will also enhance understanding of how systems work.

Software Development II - 20 credits

This module provides you with further experience of software development. You will be progressively taken through new concepts with parallel laboratory exercises, developing the necessary professional and practical skills for working in the software industry. You will be introduced to programming concepts of an object orientated language interwoven with the development of practical skills in good programming practice, software development and testing methodologies and teamwork.

Systems in Organisations - 20 credits

Computing systems are the means by which people and organisations, by utilising technologies, gather, process, store, use and disseminate information. It is important to understand the process of analysing, modelling and defining such systems. An important part of preparation for work life is an appreciation for the human system and its role within a software development organisation, and indeed how the individual can flourish, all important ingredients in the work-life balance. It is essential for you to appreciate the nature, development and role of both computing and human systems in the modern organisation. This module explores the nature of systems both computing and human, and their role in organisations.

Year 2

Human Computer Interaction - 20 credits

The number of interactive systems, and the platforms to support them, continues to grow rapidly. It is well established that the effectiveness of these systems is directly related to the ease with which they may be used. This module will introduce the concepts and principles of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) to guide the development of modern, high quality user interfaces. Additionally, you will encounter advanced interaction issues which are at, or close to, the research edge of the subject. This will enable you to appreciate current and future directions in the subject, and to critically reflect on HCI processes and products.

Networks - 20 credits

Computer Networking spans both the disciplines of hardware and software. It is important to have a good understanding of both aspects in order to understand the demands of different kinds of systems from pure software applications to embedded systems.

Object Oriented Programming - 20 credits

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is claimed to give more flexibility, easing changes to programs, and is widely popular in large scale software engineering.

OOP is easier to learn for those new to computer programming than previous approaches, and the OOP approach is often simpler to develop and to maintain, lending itself to more direct analysis, coding, and understanding of complex situations and procedures than other programming methods. Translation from real-world phenomena/objects (and conversely) is eased because there is (generally a many-to-one) direct mapping from the real-world to the object-oriented program.

Communications - 20 credits

With the increasing impact of fixed and portable radio systems in the communications industry, it is imperative that engineers have a good technical knowledge and understanding of the key building blocks of wireless systems. This module is designed to enable you to develop a good understanding and wide-ranging awareness of the engineering principles behind the design, and key operational factors of modern wireless communication systems.

Database Systems - 20 credits

Computer systems frequently generate and manipulate large quantities of information. It is important that this information is structured and organised in a way that provides flexible mechanisms for query and retrieval, while at the same time preserving the integrity of the information stored. This module introduces the database technologies that provide these services.

Dynamic Web Authoring - 20 credits

If a web author is to be successful then you must be capable of producing standards compliant, accessible and secure dynamic interactive client side systems. Such an approach extends basic, static, web authoring techniques and forms a basis for data driven websites and more advanced web-based applications.

Year 3

Organisational Process Focus - 10 credits

An understanding of the process perspective of problem solving is becoming increasingly important for modern systems engineers.

Planning, implementing, and deploying organisational process improvements, based on an understanding of strengths and weaknesses of an organisation’s processes is fundamental in today’s competitive commercial environment. This module provides the knowledge and skills necessary to embark on organisational change and improvement.

Project Management - 10 credits

Practical project management skills are essential for the information technology (IT) and information systems (IS) practitioner and are relevant to all types of IT/IS project, from individual project work through to large commercial projects. This module presents modern project management principles and techniques as a means to help deliver successful software development projects.

Web Applications Development - 20 credits

Web applications development has matured in recent years to be regarded as a core field within software development. This module examines how software engineering principles have evolved for the web paradigm, and presents a range of core development technologies.

Embedded Systems Design - 20 credits

Embedded systems account for a substantial proportion of electronic and computational systems, substantially exceeding the PC market. The module introduces you to the topic of hardware and software co-design as applied to embedded systems. Having completed this module you will have an understanding of the specific constraints imposed upon the embedded systems designer, both with respect to software and hardware, and will have studied applications of industrial and commercial relevance.

Mobile Technology - 20 credits

The cellular digital mobile phone network has been the most rapid infrastructural development of the 20th and so far the 21st century and its evolution has been the result of an unprecedented process of convergence of new and emerging technologies. This evolution has created both opportunities and a rapidly growing demand, for professionals skilled in developing the next generation of new and innovative mobile software, popularly known as Apps. Apps are built to run on a hybrid infrastructure comprising aspects of the traditional fixed Internet as well as integrating with new and emerging mobile and wireless technologies. This module provides a rigorous treatment of these technologies and protocols and also develops detailed knowledge and skills in the use of mobile software development tools and techniques.

Computing Systems Project - 40 credits

You will be required to undertake a computing systems project during the final year of the course. The project module allows a significant computing systems problem to be investigated and an appropriate solution to be produced. Within the project, you will be expected to integrate and apply material from other modules in the course.




Tuition fees

UK/EU students: £9,000 per annum

This course is eligible for student finance through Student Finance England.

International students: £9,500 per annum

Scholarships and discounts

For self-funding students we also offer a range of academic scholarships and fee discounts.


How to find out more

To find out more about this course, we recommend that you complete our enquiry form and one of our team will contact you to discuss your options.

How to apply

You can apply to study the BSc Hons Computing Systems via the following methods.


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