Campus: Aireville Campus | Course length: Part-time 3 years
Network Computing is one of the fastest growing sectors within the IT industry. Recent surveys all conclude that the demand for experienced networking professionals far exceeds the current supply. So serious is this shortfall that the future growth of networks may well be limited by the availability of skilled networking professionals. This makes networking skills a highly desirable and sought after commodity.
The course develops technical skills using networking equipment and network operating systems from a variety of blue-chip manufacturers including Cisco Systems and Microsoft.
Reference plus the following:
• 120 UCAS points; A2 Level or equivalent.
• GCSEs English Language and Mathematics Grade C or above or equivalent.
Students without necessary qualifications but with relevant work experience are encouraged to apply for an interview.
Students with relevant HNCs may be able to transfer credit in certain modules onto the Foundation degree
if you wish to study this course part-time you can apply for the course online via our online application system
Alternatively you can download a part-time Higher Education application form here. You will need to print this out and return it to us by post..
A variety of assessment methods is used including: practical work, presentations, case studies, portfolio, reports and examinations.