Computing is a creative activity which applies appropriate technology to the solution of problems. Computing professionals are involved in the investigation and analysis of problems, the design and evaluation of feasible solutions and the implementation of cost-effective ways of meeting user needs. They must communicate with a wide range of people (managers, users and colleagues) and be aware of the business implications of the decisions made. Our students learn how to keep up with the latest tools and techniques and practice their application to real-world problems.
> Software Engineering
> Computer Games Development
> Network Technology
Each pathway contains all the compulsory modules and a selection of the options from the corresponding course offered at UCLan Preston: BSc (Hons) in Software Engineering, BSc (Hons) in Computer Games Development and BSc (Hons) in Computer Network Technology. All these programmes have accreditation leading to MBCS (Member of British Computing Society), CITP (Chartered IT Professional) and partial CEng (Chartered Engineer) exemption from the British Computer Society, the UK professional body for computing. The course is recognised by the Cyprus Technical and Scientific Chamber (ETEK).
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Course Graduates are eligible to register to the Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ETEK).
This degree has been accredited by the British Computing Society (BCS), the chartered institute for information technology (IT). The BCS is committed to making IT good for society. This accreditation is a mark of assurance that the BSc (Hons) Computing degree offered at UCLan Cyprus entitles our graduates to professional membership of the BCS, which is an important part of the criteria for achieving Chartered IT Professional (CITP) status. Some employers recruit preferentially from accredited degrees, and an accredited degree is likely to be recognised by other countries that are signatories to international accords.