Rushmore Business School
This course provides students with the opportunity to develop fundamental core underpinnings which are then supplemented with more in-depth knowledge and understanding of specialist areas within Computing. The use of a common set of core modules complemented by a number of optional modules as the course progresses supports this approach.
Learning Outcomes:Upon successful completion of this course, it is expected that graduates will:
| Be digitally literate with a critical understanding of key aspects of computing, including acquisition of coherent and detailed knowledge, at least some of which is at or informed by, the forefront of the discipline.
| Develop an ability to deploy accurately globally established techniques of analysis, design and systems development.
|Develop a wide breadth of understanding that enables students to be enterprising in devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems using innovative ideas and implementation techniques in an inclusive way in a multicultural and globalising world.
| Develop the skills to undertake computing projects to a professional standard by the consistent application and review of development, management and evaluation methods and techniques.
| Develop an ability to independently undertake research and critically evaluate arguments, assumptions, abstract concepts and data (that may be incomplete), to make judgements, and to frame appropriate questions to achieve a solution or identify a range of solutions to a problem.
|1||Business Concepts & Information Systems|
|3||Systems Analysis & Design|
|4||Developing Computing Professionals|
|5||Fundamentals of Databases|
|9||Web Applications & Technologies|
|13||IT Systems Strategy|
|15||Human Computer Interaction|
|16||Green Computing Technologies|
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