BSc (Hons) Applied Business Computing - ABC

Programme Aims

  •  To provide in-depth knowledge of research topics relevant to a practical solution to a computing problem.
  •  Provide critical understanding of the theory and practice of all stages of the development lifecycle of network systems, including: Requirements analysis, specification, implementation, testing, documentation and maintenance.
  •  Be able to plan, schedule, monitor, control and critically evaluate processes and products in an individual project.
  •  To research, design, implement, evaluate and document a substantial distributed system based product development.
  •  To research, formulate and judge a range of possible solutions to given organizational/business/theoretical problems through the application of appropriate techniques.
  •  To critically understand appropriate project management methodologies and tools.
  •  Learn techniques to be able to develop, evaluate and assess the feasibility of project proposals, utilizing appropriate tools, techniques and methods, and apply effectively appropriate project control techniques.
  •  To critically appreciate human-centred approaches to system analysis, design, implementation and evaluation.
  •  Understand strategic concepts for E-commerce.
  •  Work with E-Business models, Business Process Reengineering and value chains.
  •  Gain a critical awareness of key research topics in Applied Business Computing evaluate human-centred design

Candidates on this Course will

  •  Gain the necessary knowledge and skills to design, implement, maintain and critically evaluate computer systems in a variety of domains.
  •  Develop a critical understanding of software design techniques and their application.
  •  Develop “softer” business related development skills. For example, analyzing a business problem and tailoring “off- the-shelf packages” to meet client needs.


To achieve the above award students will be required to complete the following 6 units over one year of study attending classes twice per week (weekdays from 5:00pm to 8:00pm or on Saturdays from 08:00am to 11:00am). 2 subjects will be studied per term

Term
Jan – April
Assessment Hand-in May
Induction
January
New students only
Product Development
(CET 333)
Project Management
(CET 311)
Term
June-August
Assessment Hand-in September
Induction
May
New students only
User Experience Design
(CET 308)
Software Enterprise
CET 310
Term
September-December
Assessment Hand-in January
Induction
September
New students only
Web Information
System for Business
(CET 326)
Research
(CET 351)

  • In addition to attending lectures with University of Sunderland-approved lecturers, students will have access to the University on-line library, be invited to attend video conference sessions with the university and undertake various sessions offered by the University during University visits to INtel College. Attendance of classes is a requirement and assessments are set and graded by the University.
  • Entry Requirements


  •  Recognized Higher or Advanced Diploma or equivalent

  •  Advanced Diploma in Computing or Information Systems

  •  A Pearson BTEC Higher National Diploma in Computing or related area.

  •  240 credits or equivalent of a recognized undergraduate award in a relevant Computing or related discipline.
  • Fees Structure


    FeesTuition Fee UK 3,000 pounds Payable in installmentsLocal Fee KShs 50,000/-
    Includes University online library membership, exam/assessment fees, use of internet, labs

    Admission Process


    •  Download and Complete the Admission Form from here

    •  Provide 2 passport size photographs(Coloured)

    •  Provide your CV detailing your qualifications and work experience

    •  Provide letter from your supervisor stating your job position and job description

    •  Provide certified copies of your academic credentials

    •  Provide English Language qualification either English proficiency letter,IELTS of Band 6 or above or KCSE Certificate (with pass in English Language)

    •  Make application fee payment of KShs 3,000/- (three thousand only) by cash deposit direct to the College account or by cheque payment to INTEL COLLEGE, or by MPESA (PAYBILL)

    •  Submit your completed application from with documents and proof of application fee payment to INtel College.

    Intakes


    JANUARY
    MAY
    SEPTEMBER

    Programme Information

    INtel College and the University of Sunderland work in a collaborative partnership to offer a variety of University of Sunderland Programmes right here at INtel College.

    This information sheet provides a brief of the BSc (Hons) Applied Business Computing/IT Programme of the University of Sunderland programmes right here at INtel College.

    This programme is designed for students who already have a recognized Advanced or Higher Diploma in Computing or related field, and wish to convert this into an Honours Degree, through one further year of part-time study.

    The course creates professionals capable of coordinating and managing Information Technology (IT) solutions in the workplace. The Programme offers an opportunity for a career in a diverse role ranging from managing a department’s or company’s computer network system to building links over the internet for a multinational company.