- Course CodeCR_KCOME_7
- Field of StudyComputing,Computer Science
- Type of CourseDegree
- Type of QualificationBachelor of Science
- Type of Study Part time
- Application Closing Date
- Start DateSeptember 2015
- LocationCIT Bishopstown Campus
Course Fee: €330 per 5 credit module
This 60 ECTS credit programme is designed as a follow on programme from the Higher Certificate in Science in Software Development (previously titled Higher Certificate in Science in Computing).
At least three semesters, depending on the number of modules taken per semester.
The BSc in Software Development is a level 7 degree programme designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary to gain employment in the software development industry.
More specifically, the programme provides students with the relevant skills and knowledge in the area of modern software development focusing on languages, techniques, tools and methodologies, and their application to real-world problems.
Please click on the 'Module Tab' above for detailed module information.
The first part of this 60 credit programme is comprised of 6 five credit modules. Two 30 credit elective groups are offered in the second part of this programme. The elective groups are:
1. Work Placement (RPL options)
2. Four taught modules.
The four taught modules are:
Emerging Technological Trends (5 credits)
Technical Communication Skills (5 credits)
Open Source Projects (15 credits)
Elective module (5 credits)
Among the areas you would be required to study are:
Distributed System Programming
Client-side Web Development
Programming for Data Analytics
Bachelor of Science in Software Development (Level 7 on the National Framework of Qualifications).
(Single module certification possible).
Graduates from the programme may apply for the BSc (Honours) in IT Management or the BSc (Honours) in Software Development.
Potential areas of employment include working as a Software Developer, Software Tester, Software Support Engineer or Database Developer, to name but a few career possibilities.
To be eligible to undertake the programme or a single module you must hold a Higher Certificate in Science in Computing or equivalent. The Department operates a policy of recognising prior learning (RPL) in compliance with the overall institute policy of RPL.
This is an add-on programme designed as a progression pathway for graduates of the Higher Certificate in Software Development. Advanced entry applications from applicants will be considered on a case by case basis, please contact the programme coordinator for further details, and how to apply (e-mail email@example.com)