BSc (Hons) in Business Information Technology, Awarded by the University of Greenwich HE Level H (Honours), National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Level: 6 Overview
This programme aims to produce graduates who are empowered with the skills and knowledge sought by employers in today’s competitive markets. The programme covers the theory, practice and application of information technology (IT) in a modern business environment. The programme addresses contemporary issues in a range of subjects and the social implications of the development of computer systems. The programme develops the lifelong learning skills which are essential for IT professionals to ensure that their knowledge and skills are current. The programme acts as the 3rd year of the NCC Education degree journey, building on the knowledge and skills introduced by the International Diploma in Computer Studies (IDCS) and the International Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies (IADCS). It results in an honours degree awarded by the University of Greenwich.
•Database Design and Implementation – provides the skills and knowledge needed by an effective database developer. The module covers a range of modelling and development techniques required to develop databases; it also considers the role of database systems within an organisation and future database applications. •eCommerce – addresses the underlying business paradigms, practices and processes associated with conducting business on the World Wide Web. It considers the development of systems that can be trusted by customers, business partners and regulatory bodies. •Information Systems Engineering – considers how development methodologies support the development of high quality information systems deployed by organisations. •Information Systems Management – considers how information systems can be managed to effectively support the various functions of an organisation. •IT Project and Quality Management – provides the theoretical...
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