BSc (Hons) Computing

BSc (Hons) Computing

Intakes

  • Autumn Semester
  • Spring Semester

Overview

The main aim of this course is to provide students with a general education in the area of Computing. The course is designed for those students who wish to specialise in the development and maintenance of modern computer-based systems. There are four areas that characterise the course. These are: Software Development, Information Systems, Networks and Distributed Systems, and Internet Computing Systems. The course develops the technical and non-technical skills necessary for the graduate to demonstrate a professional attitude and work successfully in the above areas. Emphasis throughout is on what the student learns and can do as a result of learning. The graduate attributes of self-awareness, performance in a variety of idioms and contexts, and creativity and ethics are also developed by this course.

Course Content

Year 1

  • Information Systems 
  • Programming 
  • Computer Hardware and Software Architectures
  • Logic and Problem Solving

Year 2

  • Databases 
  • Networks and Operating Systems 
  • Software Engineering 
  • Emerging Programming Platforms and Technologies 
  • Professional Issues, Ethics and Computer Law

Year 3

  • Advanced Database Systems Development 
  • Application Development 
  • Project 
  • Work Related Learning II
  • Artificial Intelligence

Career Prospects

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Software Engineer | Software Systems Developer | Web Application Developer | Mobile Application Developer Senior DB Administrator | System Analyst

Entry Requirements

Bachelor's Degree Track

Academic Level

  • NEB +2 overall aggregate of 2.2 CGPA (55%) or above with each subject (theory and practical) grade D+ or above, and SEE Mathematics score of C+ (50%) or above.
  • For A-Levels, a minimum of 3.5 credits and atleast a grade of D and above.

English Proficiency

  • English NEB XII grade B (60%) or above

      For Level 4 or Year 1 BIT

    • Pass in General Paper or English Language or IELTS 5.5 or PTE 47/ Meeting UCAS Tariff points of 80.

      For Level 4 or Year 1 BBA

    • Pass in General Paper or English Language or IELTS 5.5 or PTE 47/ Meeting UCAS Tariff points of 96.
Students not meeting the aforementioned criterias will have to pursue the University Foundation Course. It is a one-year academic programme of the London Metropolitian University, UK, designed to fulfill undergraduate admission requirements.

 

University Foundation Certificate Entry Requirements

Academic Level

  • Completion of NEB +2 Qualification with an aggregate of 1.8 CGPA (45%) or above with each subject (theory and practical) grade D+ or above, and SEE Mathematics grade of C or above.
  • For A-Levels, a minimum of 3.5 credits, a grade of E and above meeting UCAS Tariff points of 32.

English Proficiency

  • English NEB XII grade C or 1.8 GPA.
  • Pass in General Paper or English at A or AS Levels.

Applicants who do not meet the aforementioned English requirements can substitute with the following standardised English Tests:

  • IELTS overall band 4.5 with minimum 4.5 in each band.
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE) Score above 34.

Semester 1

  • Academic English for Undergraduate Study | 30 Credits
  • Undergraduate Study and Research Skills | 30 Credits
  • Foundational Mathematics | 15 Credits
  • Introduction to IT | 15 Credits

Semester 2

  • Academic English for Undergraduate Study | 30 Credits
  • Undergraduate Study and Research Skills | 30 Credits
  • Foundational Statistics | 15 Credits
  • Introduction to Business | 15 Credits

All other qualifications are revaluated on a case-by-case basis by London Metropolitan University