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- the role that computers and networked systems play in the modern world.
- the essential knowledge and skills in programming together with relevant structures and concepts to create such systems.
- fundamental concepts and principles of databases, networking, object-oriented programming and human-computer interaction.
- advanced applications including data mining, multimedia, interactive computer graphics, and security systems.
- ethical, professional, social and legal issues in exploiting computing technology in practice.
- Computing and web application
- Programming and problem-solving for large-scale or mobile applications
- Database and software development
- Developing usable GUIs
- Computer graphics
- Computer network issues
地點: Main Site
學位: PG Diploma
課程長度: 12 months
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University of Buckingham has opted into the TEF and received a Gold award.
This programme of study is intended primarily for graduates from any non-computing background to obtain fundamental knowledge and understanding of a range of core subjects in Computing. The overall aim of education is to either equip the graduates who want to develop their careers in their own areas of speciality with additional understanding, awareness and skills of IT and Computing, or help those who want to change their careers into IT and Computing. The programme can also serve as a pre-requisite for advanced master's programmes in Applied Computing at Buckingham. It is available over 4 terms starting in January or 3 terms starting in April.Graduates who successfully complete the programmes are eligible for entry into the MSc in Innovative Computing degree programme.The Graduate Diploma programme consists of 7 taught modules and an individual project. On completing the programmes, you will be able to understand:
Applicants are normally expected to have a first or second class honours in a non-computing degree.
There is plenty of help and advice on offer for international students from the International Office as well as the university's website. This ranges from help with immigration and visas advice, finding accommodation and financial guidance to more general help adapting to their new home. There is information on working during studying to help supplement income or gain experience and even assistance on etiquette and culture matters to make adapting easier. Tanlaw Mill is a converted mill that now serves as the heart of the student's union on the Hunter Street campus. In the building is the Refectory as well as The Bar, offering daytime and evening places to gather and meet friends. There is everything from Sky TV to board games on offer to occupy time between classes. There is also common rooms in the Verney Park campus operated by the union. There are a number of annual and special events organised by the student union and also by the various groups for students to be involved with and details of upcoming events are found on the university's website. There are also a wide range of societies available to help students add to their interests or to find new ones. These include cultural societies such as the Africa Society or the Nigerian Society as well as interest groups such as Computing, Language or Law. There are also volunteering and charity groups including the Amnesty International Society and the UNICEF society. Finally, there are traditional sports and arts groups such as the film society and music, arts and theatre group.