For those who wish to develop their practical and intellectual skills in the deployment of technology in the workplace, Arden University’s BSc (Hons) Digital Technology Solutions is perfect.
Choose one of three specialist pathways: Software Engineer, IT Consultancy and Data Analysis. Each pathway offers valuable computing and business skills including the fundamentals of databases, programming, security, systems analysis and design.
You’ll study via the Arden Blended Learning method, which combines classroom and online learning at one of our study centres. Your studies will be fully supported by tutors and our Arden Student Support Coordinators so you will have all the tools you need to succeed.
3 pathways: Software Engineer, IT Consultancy, and Data Analysis
- Professional Development
- Computer Systems Security
- Information Systems in Organisations
Plus 3 modules from your chosen specialism:
Software Engineer: Data Structures and Algorithms; Website Design; Mobile Technology Implementations.
Consultancy: Management Accounting; Consultancy Skills; Risk and Incident Management.
Data Analysis: Data Design; Mathematical Concepts; IT Governance.
- Systems Analysis and Design
- Database Design and Implementation
- Data Communications
Plus 2 modules from your chosen specialism:
Software Engineer: Software Engineering; e-Commerce Systems.
Consultancy: Organisational Analysis; Learning in the Organisation.
Data Analysis: Data Analytics Fundamentals; Decision Making.
- Emerging Technology
- Business Organisations
- Project Management and Strategy
- Computing Project
Plus 1 module from your chosen specialism:
Software Engineer: Advanced Programming
Consultancy: Enterprise Architecture
Data Analysis: Data Visualisation
To be eligible for this BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions course you must have either:
- Two subjects at GCE A-Level or equivalent, plus passes at grade C or above in English and Maths, plus one other subject, at GCSE level or equivalent;
- Have completed a recognised Access Programme or equivalent.
- For students whose prior learning was not taught in English:
- IELTS 6.0 or equivalent (no less than 5.5 in any element).
Candidates who demonstrate an ability to study the programme as evidenced through previous vocational experience will be required to submit a personal statement (of between 350-500 words) that addresses their motivation for undertaking the Digital Technology Solutions programme; including their reference contacts, relevant prior experience and qualifications.
If you feel that you can demonstrate and provide evidence of related work experience, you may be able to gain module exemptions