The Computing and Information Systems (Work Experience Entry Route) is being delivered by UniSey at the licence of the University of London International Programmes.
Visit the Computing and Information Systems section on the University of London website for more information about the programme and its specifications.
The Work Experience Entry Route provides an alternative entry route to the BSc degrees, making them accessible to a wider range of students. You take two courses and once successfully completed you may move directly on to the BSc. This option is intended for applicants who do not have the necessary academic qualifcations but have relevant work experience and are normally at least 21 years old.
The minimum time taken to complete a degree if the Work Experience Entry Route is followed is 4 years.
|CO1102||Mathematics for computing|
foundations of e-business
|CO1109||Introduction to Java and object-oriented
|CO1110||Introduction to computing and the Internet|
|CO2220||Graphical object-oriented and Internet programming in Java|
|CO2222||Data communications and enterprise networking|
|CO2226||Software engineering, algorithm design and analysis|
|CO3318||Information systems management|
|CO3352||Operations research and combinatorial optimisation|
|CO3353||Software engineering project management|
|CO3354||Introduction to Natural Language Processing|
|CO3355||Advanced graphics and animation|
Mr. Ajith Bandara
Head of Department
Computing and Information Systems
P.O. Box 1348