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1 School of Computing and Technology We offer employmentfocused education and research in computing, the built environment and engineering, giving our students industry-relevant skills and knowledge. Applied Sound Engineering 128 Applied Sound Engineering with Foundation 129 Architectural Design and Technology 130 Architectural Design and Technology with Foundation 131 Building Surveying* 132 Building Surveying with Foundation* 133 BEng (Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering 134 BEng (Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering with Foundation 135 Computer Science 136 Computer Science with Foundation 137 Construction Project Management 138 Construction Project Management with Foundation 139 Creative Computing 140 Creative Computing with Foundation 141 Information Technology Management Systems for Business ITMB 142 Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) with Foundation 143 Mobile Computing 144 Mobile Computing with Foundation 145 * Being validated 126

2 Enhanced career prospects: Internationally recognised expertise. University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

3 HH36 HH36 Three years Applied Sound Engineering Sound related industries now require graduates to have broader academic and wider skill sets than ever before. The multidisciplinary approach of this vocational sound engineering course delivers the concepts, theory and practical skills to support your future employability in this sector. This is one of the few courses of this type available to study in the UK. Employment destinations can include: studio recording engineer, computer music and sound programming, live sound recording and engineering, sound system technician, sound system designer, field service engineer, acoustic consultancy (installation), design (equipment hardware and software), theatre sound engineer, special effects engineer and sound designer. Study progression MA Audio Technology MA Music Industry Management and Artist Development MA Record Production. The principle of this course is to meet the changing face of sound engineering within industry and provide you with best possible opportunity to succeed in your chosen career. Through the course s multidisciplinary approach, it aims to develop skills in the user end applications of recording, sound design and audio post-production, and also in the engineering areas of electronics (analogue and digital), digital signal processing and acoustics. It will expose you to the latest developments in practice and will ensure that you receive comprehensive theoretical knowledge and related academic instruction in the technical and scientific elements of sound and music technology. Graduates will have a far deeper technical understanding of the processes involved in sound engineering for a much wider variety of applications, which helps the prospects of employability as well as personal development. This course offers a balanced, multidisciplined approach to sound and engineering, offering an alternative to courses that specialise in one or the other. Theory of Sound Electrical Theory Mathematics for Engineers Engineering Applications Desktop Audio Systems Sound Recording Techniques 1. Live Sound Reinforcement Sound Recording Techniques 2 Sound Synthesis Desktop Music Production Digital Electronics Analogue Electronics. Digital Signal Processing Project Recording Studio Design and Acoustics Digital Audio Sound for Picture. This course is also available with a foundation year. Visit our website for up-to-date information. 280 Additional entry requirements: Applicants must have Mathematics at Grade B or above. 128

4 J990 Applied Sound Engineering with Foundation Sound related industries now require graduates to have broader academic and wider skill sets than ever before. The multidisciplinary approach of this vocational sound engineering course delivers the concepts, theory and practical skills to support your future employability in this sector. J990 Four years The principle of this course is to meet the changing face of the sound engineering within industry and provide you with the best possible opportunity to succeed in your chosen career. The foundation year provides the underpinning academic and technical skills and knowledge needed, whist introducing you to the subject. Through the course s multidisciplinary approach it aims to develop skills in the user end applications of recording, sound design and audio post production, and also in the engineering areas of electronics (analogue and digital), digital signal processing and acoustics. It will expose you to the latest developments in practice and will ensure that you receive comprehensive theoretical knowledge and related academic instruction in the technical and scientific elements of sound and music technology. Graduates will have a far deeper technical understanding of the processes involved in sound engineering for a much wider variety of applications, which helps the prospects of employability as well as personal development. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Analytical Mathematics Fundamentals of Sound Engineering (Specialist module) Essential Technology Applied project. Theory of Sound Electrical Theory Mathematics for Engineers Engineering Applications Desktop Audio Systems Sound Recording Techniques 1. Live Sound Reinforcement Sound Recording Techniques 2 Sound Synthesis Desktop Music Production Digital Electronics Analogue Electronics. Digital Signal Processing Project Recording Studio Design and Acoustics Digital Audio Sound for Picture. This is one of the few courses of this type available to study in the UK. Employment destinations can include: studio recording engineer, computer music and sound programming, live sound recording and engineering, sound system technician, sound system designer, field service engineer, acoustic consultancy (installation), design (equipment hardware and software), theatre sound engineer, special effects engineer and sound designer. Study progression MA Audio Technology MA Music Industry Management and Artist Development MA Record Production. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

5 K131 K131 Three years Also available part-time Architectural Design and Technology This is a practically focused, accredited technical design course, where you will be trained and encouraged to develop the knowledge and skills required in the architecture, engineering and construction industry with specific BIM-based CAD and sustainable design skills. This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT), and is unique in West London and the Thames Valley. On successful completion of this course, you will be able to pursue a career as an architectural technologist or BIM specialist in the construction industry. You can also choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate degrees. The course focuses on developing students skills in a combination of architectural design, building technology and CAD, as well as BIM and sustainable building technology, which are in high demand from the construction industry. In a fast changing industry graduates will be enabled to undertake the specialist role in the formation, detailing and specifying of design proposals. Architectural technologists use their technological knowledge to make sure building designs work as intended. In contemporary architectural design, reconciling the needs of the client, community and environment means design proposals and detailed decisions are challenging, and need expert judgment. This course covers the academic theory and principles of architectural design and technology including building technologies, legislation and regulations, architectural design, conservation and adaptation, and also practical skills of architectural design and analysis, including working drawings, architectural presentation with modelling, CAD, Revit and 3D Max. This course will enable you to work on technical design for buildings, and appreciate the interrelationships and multidisciplinary nature of the built environment. This course also emphasises sustainable design and construction. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Conversion and Adaptation Construction Law Design Technology Integrated Construction Project. Construction Economics and Finance Building Information Modelling Design Project Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project

6 K130 Architectural Design and Technology with Foundation This is a practically focused, accredited technical design course, where you will be trained and encouraged to develop the knowledge and skills required in the architecture, engineering and construction industry with specific BIM-based CAD and sustainable design skills. K130 Four years The course focuses on developing students skills in a combination of architectural design, building technology, CAD, BIM and sustainable building technology. The foundation year provides the underpinning academic and technical skills and knowledge needed to study this in higher education, whist introducing you to the subject. In contemporary architectural design, reconciling the needs of the client, community and environment means design proposals and detailed decisions are challenging, and need expert judgment. This course covers the academic theory and principles of architectural design and technology including building technologies, legislation and regulations, architectural design, conservation and adaptation, and also practical skills of architectural design and analysis, including working drawings, architectural presentation with modelling, CAD, Revit and 3D Max. developing students skills in BIM and sustainable building technology, which are in high demand from the modern construction industry. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Building Appreciation Analytical Mathematics Essential Technology Applied Project. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Conversion and Adaptation Construction Law Design Technology Integrated Construction Project. This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT), and is unique in West London and the Thames Valley. On successful completion of this course, you will be able to pursue a career as an architectural technologist in the construction industry. This course will enable you to work on technical design for buildings, and appreciate the inter-relationships and multidisciplinary nature of the built environment. This course also emphasises sustainable design and construction where the focus is on Construction Economics and Finance Building Information Modelling Design Project Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate degrees. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

7 Visit uwl.ac.uk for updated code Three years Also available part-time Building Surveying* This is a practically focused technical course, where you will be trained and encouraged to develop the skills to undertake a professional role within the building surveying industry. This course enables the graduates to enter the industry with skills in CAD, Revit and BIM. On successful completion, you will be able to pursue a career as a building surveyor or BIM specialist in the construction industry. The course focuses on developing students skills of BIM and sustainable building technology, which are in high demand from the modern construction industry. The course focuses on developing students skills in a combination of surveying, design CAD and BIM and sustainable building technology. In a fast changing industry graduates will be enabled to undertake the specialist role in the analysis and assessment of the built environment. Built environments today require to be assessed and understood for the structural functional integrity required, the sustainability of its performance in use and its impact upon it surroundings. On this course you will develop the skills required to undertake this role. This course covers the academic theory and principles of surveying and sustainable building technology including the technologies, legislation and regulations, architectural design, conservation and adaptation, and also practical skills in building pathology. It will also ensure that you are equipped with the latest skills in architectural design and analysis, including working drawings, architectural presentation with modelling, CAD, Revit and 3D Max. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Conversion and Adaptation Construction Law Building Pathology Integrated Construction Project. Construction Economics and Finance Building Information Modelling Contract Administration Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate degrees. * Being validated

8 Building Surveying with Foundation* This is a practically focused technical course, where you will be trained and encouraged to develop the skills to undertake a professional role within the building surveying industry. Visit uwl.ac.uk for updated code Four years The course focuses on developing students skills in a combination of surveying, design CAD and BIM and sustainable building technology. In a fast changing industry graduates will be enabled to undertake the specialist role in the analysis and assessment of the built environment. Built environments today require to be assessed and understood for the structural functional integrity required, the sustainability of its performance in use and its impact upon it surroundings. On this course you will develop the skills required to undertake this role. This course covers the academic theory and principles of surveying and sustainable building technology including the technologies, legislation and regulations, architectural design, conservation and adaptation, and also practical skills in building pathology. It will also ensure that you are equipped with the latest skills in architectural design and analysis, including working drawings, architectural presentation with modelling, CAD, Revit and 3D Max. The foundation year provides a firm grounding in the underpinning skills and knowledge needed to study in higher education, and introduces you to the subject of Building Surveying. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Building Appreciation Analytical Mathematics Essential Technology Applied Project. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Conversion and Adaptation Construction Law Building Pathology Integrated Construction Project. Construction Economics and Finance Building Information Modelling Contract Administration Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project. This course enables the graduates to enter the industry with skills in CAD, Revit and BIM. On successful completion of this course, you will be able to pursue a career as a building surveyor or BIM specialist in the construction industry. You will be equipped with the knowledge and skills required for this role, but also other surveying roles within the field of built environment. This course focuses on developing students skills in BIM and sustainable building technology, which are in high demand from the modern construction industry. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto our MSc or MPhil/PhD Sustainable Built Environments or MSc Applied Project Management. * Being validated 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

9 H290 BEng (Hons) H290 Three years Also available part-time BEng (Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering Accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Structural Engineers, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and the Institute of Highway Engineers, you will receive a highly regarded professional qualification as well as a degree. The expertise of leading industry consultants and businesses feeds directly into your accredited degree. Civil engineering can be traditionally broken into several sub-disciplines. Our graduates can follow their career in any of the following sub-disciplines: Structural engineering structural engineering consultancies Water resources engineering utility companies Transportation engineering transportation authorities Materials science and engineering research centres Construction engineering civil engineering companies Environmental engineering local and national government Geotechnical engineering engineering consultancies. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto our MSc Civil and Environmental Engineering or MPhil/ PhD. This course covers the main civil engineering disciplines of structures, geotechnics, water engineering, and highway engineering, and will provide you with the key analytical and practical skills and knowledge required to become a chartered civil or structural engineer. You will be taught by experts in structural, water and geotechnical engineering and benefit from the latest world-leading research we are doing. We will show you how to think about problems from a sustainable point of view, so you are prepared for the ever changing needs of our world. The core curriculum includes instruction in all main subject areas, concentrating on analysis and materials behaviour, with increasing focus on design and environmental management in the specialisation years. Throughout, there is emphasis on the personal development of students within a professional environment. After graduating, you will be able to work for consultants, contractors or government at senior management level. Health and Safety Structural Mechanics Civil Engineering Construction Civil Engineering Practice Construction Materials Core Studies including CAD and Land Survey Mathematic for Civil Engineers. Fluid Mechanics Design of Structural Elements Highway Engineering Geology and Elements of Soil Mechanics Construction Laboratories Design of Steel and Masonry Structures Sustainable Civil Engineering. Commercial Management Final Year Project Environmental Protection Engineering Geotechnical Design Structural Design Project. 280 Additional entry requirements: Level 3 qualifications must include Mathematics and/or Physics. 134

10 HH29 BEng (Hons) Civil and Environmental Engineering with Foundation Accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institution of Structural Engineers, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation and the Institute of Highway Engineers, you will receive a highly regarded professional qualification as well as a degree. BEng (Hons) HH29 Four years This course covers the main civil engineering disciplines of structures, geotechnics, water engineering, and highway engineering, and will provide you with the key analytical and practical skills and knowledge required to become a chartered civil or structural engineer. You will be taught by experts in structural, water and geotechnical engineering and benefit from the latest world-leading research we are doing. We will show you how to think about problems from a sustainable point of view, so you are prepared for the ever changing needs of our world. The foundation year provides a firm grounding in the underpinning skills and knowledge needed to study in higher education, and introduces you to the subject of civil and environmental engineering. The core curriculum includes instruction in all main subject areas, concentrating on analysis and materials behaviour, with increasing focus on design and environmental management in the specialisation years. Throughout, there is emphasis on the personal development of students within a professional environment. After graduating, you will be able to work for consultants, contractors or government at senior management level. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Building Appreciation Analytical Mathematics Essential Technology Applied Project. Health and Safety Structural Mechanics Civil Engineering Construction Civil Engineering Practice Construction Materials Core Studies including CAD and Land Survey Mathematics for Civil Engineers. Fluid Mechanics Design of Structural Elements Highway Engineering Geology and Elements of Soil Mechanics Construction Laboratories Design of Steel and Masonry Structures Sustainable Civil Engineering. Commercial Management Final Year Project Environmental Protection Engineering Geotechnical Design Structural Design Project. The expertise of leading industry consultants and businesses feeds directly into your accredited degree. Civil engineering is traditionally broken into several subdisciplines. Our graduates can follow their career in any of the following sub-disciplines: Structural engineering structural engineering consultancies Water resources engineering utility companies Transportation engineering transportation authorities Materials science and engineering research centres Construction engineering civil engineering companies Environmental engineering local and national government Geotechnical engineering engineering consultancies. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto our MSc Civil and Environmental Engineering or MPhil/ PhD. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

11 G401 G401 Three years Computer Science On this course you will learn about the fundamentals and science behind computing and software development, ranging from mobile devices to large scale systems for enterprise applications. We are members of the Academic Developer Programme and Alliance of leading firms. We are also in the process of seeking British Computer Society Accreditation. On successful completion of this course, you will be in a position to apply for various roles in computing, including software developer and programmer. If you would like to continue your studies, you can choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. A degree in computer science will help you gain the key skills and knowledge for designing and developing software systems for a variety of applications, ranging from mobile systems to large scale applications for enterprises. As part of this course you will cover the concepts and the basis for producing sound and demanding applications. Our course focuses on practical skills, influenced by research, and by industry and market requirements, helping you prepare for employment. The first year of the course focuses on the fundamentals with laboratory sessions. The second year covers the core concepts for producing applications for mobile and businesses, with the final year of studies covering the advance topics in artificial intelligence and computer security. The third year project allows you to design a comprehensive and sophisticated software application. Computer Architecture Mathematics Programming Data Communications Algorithms and Data Structures Software Engineering Laboratory. Functional Programming Distributed Computing Mobile Application Development Object Oriented Programming Web Services Group Project. Plus ONE option from: Mobile Application Development 2 Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Artificial Intelligence Computer Security Project. Plus ONE option from: Natural User Interfaces Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues

12 Computer Science with Foundation On this course, you will learn about the fundamentals and science behind computing and you will develop the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in this field. I100 Four years I100 This course will help you gain the skills and knowledge for designing and developing software systems for a variety of applications, ranging from mobile systems to large scale applications for enterprises. As part of this course you cover the concepts and the basis for producing sound and demanding applications. Our course focuses on practical skills, influenced by research, and by industry and market requirements, helping you prepare for employment. The foundation year provides a firm grounding in the underpinning skills and knowledge needed, and introduces you to the subject of software development. The first year of this course focuses on the fundamentals with laboratory sessions. The second year covers the core concepts for producing applications for mobile and businesses, with the final year of studies covering the advance topics in artificial intelligence and computer security. The third year project allows you to design a comprehensive and sophisticated software application. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Analytical Mathematics Introduction to Software Development Essential Technology Applied Project. Computer Architecture Mathematics Programming Data Communications Algorithms and Data Structures Software Engineering Laboratory. Functional Programming Distributed Computing Mobile Application Development Object Oriented Programming Web Services Group Project. Plus ONE option from: Mobile Application Development 2 Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Artificial Intelligence Computer Security Project. Plus ONE option from: Natural User Interfaces Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues. We are members of the Academic Developer Programme and Alliance of leading firms. We are also in the process of seeking British Computer Society Accreditation. On successful completion of this course, you will be in a position to apply for various roles in computing, including software developer and programmer, software engineer and systems architect. If you would like to continue your studies, you can choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

13 K221 K221 Three years Also available part-time Construction Project Management This is a practically orientated, accredited, commercial and technical course, which will train you for the professional role of construction project management. This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and is also recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). On completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to take various management and project management roles in development and construction projects. You may also choose to follow a career in, construction site management, financial management or facility management. The course emphasises the skills and knowledge of sustainable development and building. Study progression You can also choose to progress onto our MSc or MPhil/PhD Sustainable Built Environments or MSc Applied Project Management. You will train for the professional role of construction project manager, working in every stage of a building project, from feasibility study to building operation and maintenance. With project management skills, a construction manager supervises and directs operations in a construction project to ensure it is completed safely, on time and within budget. With sole responsibility for the whole project, he/she is the first point of contact for subcontractors and the public. Through this course, you will develop an insight into the various construction processes and techniques, into resource and human management and quality control, and appreciate the inter-relationships and multidisciplinary nature of the built environment. This course also emphasises sustainable design and building information modelling. You will gain a qualification which is widely attractive to the construction industry and local councils. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Project Planning Construction Law Project Management Integrated Construction Project. Construction Economics and Finance Commercial Management Contract Administration Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project

14 K220 Construction Project Management with Foundation This is a practically orientated, accredited, commercial and technical course, which will train you for the professional role of construction project management. K220 Four years You will train for the professional role of construction project manager, working in every stage of a building project, from feasibility study to building operation and maintenance. With project management skills, a construction manager supervises and directs operations in a construction project to ensure it is completed safely, on time and within budget. With sole responsibility for the whole project, he/she is the first point of contact for subcontractors and the public. The foundation year provides a firm grounding in the underpinning skills and knowledge needed to study in higher education, and introduces you to the subject of construction management. Through this course, you will also develop an insight into the various construction processes and techniques, into resource and human management and quality control, and appreciate the inter-relationships and multidisciplinary nature of the built environment. This course also emphasises sustainable design and building information modelling. You will gain a qualification which is widely attractive to the construction industry and local councils. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Building Appreciation Analytical Mathematics Essential Technology Applied Project. Core Skills Building Technology Building Regulatory Control Computer Aided Design and BIM Design Procedures and Procurement Construction Materials. Advanced Technology Environmental Science Project Planning Construction Law Project Management Integrated Construction Project. Construction Economics and Finance Commercial Management Contract Administration Sustainable Building Technology Final Year Project. This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and is also recognised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). On completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to take various management and project management roles in development and construction projects. You may also choose to follow a career in, construction site management, financial management or facility management. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

15 I102 I102 Three years Creative Computing An honours degree in Creative Computing will prepare you for a career in the creative media industries, utilising contemporary computer technology to design and develop digital solutions for a variety of domains including web, games, mobile and innovative devices. This course is unique in that it will offer you the opportunity to experience and explore diverse creative areas. Graduates with a creative computing degree will have a broad-based set of skills in applying creativity to both software and hardware. Students graduating from this course will be able to apply for roles within the creative computing industry sectors. These include but are not limited to: Web Designer/Developer Games Designer/Developer Interactive UI Engineer UX Designer Interaction Designer Application Designer/ Developer (eg Smartphone, tablet, interaction peripherals etc). The skills of a creative technologist are inherently multidisciplinary. They need the knowledge of a designer to innovate, underpinned by the technical skills to develop prototypes and applications. This course is unique in that it will offer students the opportunity to develop their own unique skill-set enabling them to work across a broad spectrum of the creative media industries. On this course you will gain a critical awareness of computer technology as an agent of change and the ability to accurately select and use relevant digital and non-digital tools and techniques for design, development and testing of digital solutions. You will develop a systematic understanding of the role of the user in the design, development and consumption of computer technology. The course also offers the opportunity to undertake practical and theoretical research as appropriate in order to meet a design brief. Successful completion of the course will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to apply established and innovative techniques using contemporary programming methods and paradigms in the fast-changing and evolving environment of the production pipeline. Developing a Digital Identity Creative Toolbox I: Visual and Communication Skills Creative Toolbox II: Digital Tools and Prototyping Fundamentals of Coding I: Software Development Fundamentals of Coding II: Software Design Patterns User Centred Design Project. Rich Internet Applications Games Design User Experience Design Games, Simulations and Virtual Worlds Emerging Interactions Collaboration and Process Project. Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues Middleware and Frameworks Responsible and Sustainable Computing Major Project

16 I101 Creative Computing with Foundation An honours degree in Creative Computing will prepare you for a career in the creative media industries, utilising contemporary computer technology to design and develop digital solutions for a variety of domains including web, games, mobile and innovative devices. I101 Four years The foundation year will provide you with the appropriate knowledge and key study skills to fully prepare you for the remainder of the degree course. This course is unique in that it will offer students the opportunity to develop their own unique skill-set enabling them to work across a broad spectrum of the creative media industries. On this course you will gain a critical awareness of computer technology as an agent of change and the ability to accurately select and use relevant digital and non-digital tools and techniques for design, development and testing of digital solutions. You will develop a systematic understanding of the role of the user in the design, development and consumption of computer technology. The course also offers the opportunity to undertake practical and theoretical research as appropriate in order to meet a design brief. Successful completion of the course will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to apply established and innovative techniques using contemporary programming methods and paradigms in the fast-changing and evolving environment of the production pipeline. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Analytical Mathematics Introduction to Software Development Essential Technology Applied Project. Developing a Digital Identity Creative Toolbox I: Visual and Communication Skills Creative Toolbox II: Digital Tools and Prototyping Fundamentals of Coding I: Software Development Fundamentals of Coding II: Software Design Patterns User Centred Design Project. Rich Internet Applications Games Design User Experience Design Games, Simulations and Virtual Worlds Emerging Interactions Collaboration and Process Project. Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues Middleware and Frameworks Responsible and Sustainable Computing Major Project. This course is unique in that it will offer you the opportunity to experience and explore diverse creative areas. Graduates with a creative computing degree will have a broad-based set of skills in applying creativity to both software and hardware. Students graduating from this course will be able to apply for roles within the creative computing industry sectors. These include but are not limited to: Web Designer/Developer Games Designer/Developer Interactive UI Engineer UX Designer Interaction Designer Application Designer/ Developer (eg Smartphone, tablet, interaction peripherals etc). University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

17 4V47 4V47 Three years Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) This course has been developed in conjunction with e-skills, in close collaboration with some of the UK s largest companies. It is designed to allow you to play a leading role in mobilising IT and information systems to deliver business efficiency and competitive edge. A notable feature of the ITMB is the level of female interest in the course typically 30% of students are female over double the proportion normally found on IT courses. The aim of the BSc ITMB course is to produce graduates who are capable of making a real contribution to their new employer within a few months of graduation. Possible rewarding careers include IT management, business strategy and planning, systems analysis and design, and IT consultancy. The set of practical skills and theoretical knowledge gained will allow your career to flourish. If you would like to continue your studies, you can progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. The ITMB will provide you with knowledge and technical skills in information systems development and implementation as well as generic business and management skills, preparing you for a fulfilling career in management or consultancy roles within the IT industry. There is a strong focus on problem solving and project management and in developing personal and professional skills which will enable you to work effectively as employees in all areas of a business. A notable feature of this degree is the link with companies that were involved in its development, through guru lectures, national competitions, industry mentors and project work. The course is backed by over 50 major organisations which means you can be confident that it is up to date and relevant for the workplace. You will often work in teams, providing solutions to employer supplied case studies, which means that once you successfully complete the course you will have a range of technical and personal skills being demanded by IT employers in today s global digital economy. Software Development Skills for the IS Professional Introduction to Internet Technologies Computer Fundamentals Principles of Marketing Introduction to Business Data and Accounting Organisational Behaviour and Management. Database Design and Implementation Business Information Systems Networks and Security Requirements Engineering Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Modelling and Analysis Group Project. IS Project Management Business Intelligence Technologies Business Strategies in the Digital Environment Project Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues (option) International Business (option) Financial Management (option)

18 Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB) with Foundation The foundation year of this course will ensure you have the appropriate knowledge and the skills to study at higher education level. It is designed to build your academic writing and mathematics skills whilst providing an introduction to software development. 4Q63 4Q63 Four years Also available part-time The ITMB will provide you with knowledge and technical skills in information systems development and implementation as well as generic business and management skills, preparing you for a fulfilling career in management or consultancy roles within the IT industry. There is a strong focus on problem solving and project management and in developing personal and professional skills which will enable you to work effectively as employees in all areas of a business. A notable feature of this degree is the link with companies that were involved in its development, through guru lectures, national competitions, industry mentors and project work. You will often work in teams, providing solutions to employer supplied case studies, which means that once you successfully complete the course you will have a range of technical and personal skills being demanded by IT employers in today s global digital economy. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Analytical Mathematics Introduction to Software Development Essential Technology Applied Project. Software Development Skills for the IS Professional Introduction to Internet Technologies Computer Fundamentals Principles of Marketing Introduction to Business Data and Accounting Organisational Behaviour and Management. Database Design and Implementation Business Information Systems Networks and Security Requirements Engineering Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Modelling and Analysis Group Project. IS Project Management Business Intelligence Technologies Business Strategies in the Digital Environment Project Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues (option) International Business (option) Financial Management (option). The course is backed by over 50 major organisations which means you can be confident that it is up to date and relevant for the workplace. A number of rewarding careers are open to you, including IT management, business strategy and planning, systems analysis and design, and IT consultancy. The set of practical skills and theoretical knowledge gained on the course will allow your career to flourish. You can also choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

19 I990 I990 Three years Mobile Computing This course has been designed with input from mobile industry professionals and focuses on software development which will provide an opportunity for students to showcase their achievements outside of the University. This course has been designed with input from professionals from the mobile industry. On successful completion of this course, you will be in a position to apply for various roles in computing, including mobile application developer, software engineer and systems developer. If you would like to continue your studies, you can choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. Mobile Computing covers an expanding and exciting range of devices from phones to items you might wear, such as a watch or a pair of glasses. The individual processing power of these devices is increasing, providing opportunities to create new applications within a range of industries. When these devices are connected together, or through the Internet, they can provide an even more powerful computing resource. In this course you will: learn how to leverage this power by developing software for a range of mobile and embedded hardware learn how to develop portable software capable of running on a range of mobile devices learn how to design mobile applications that interact within their environment learn how to process and analyse data collected by a mobile device develop programming skills in industry relevant languages gain experience using open source tools throughout the course. Overall, this course offers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with the latest mobile technologies. Computer Architecture Mathematics Programming Data Communications Algorithms and Data Structures Software Engineering Laboratory. Embedded Application Development Web Services Mobile Application Development 1 Mobile Application Development 2 Distributed Computing Object-oriented Programming (option) Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (option) Team Project. Natural User Interfaces Software Porting Computer Security (option) Artificial Intelligence (option) Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues (option) Project

20 I991 Mobile Computing with Foundation The foundation year introduces the subject of mobile computing and provides the student with the knowledge and the academic and technical skills to study at higher education level. I991 Four years Mobile Computing covers an expanding and exciting range of devices from phones to items you might wear, such as a watch or a pair of glasses. The individual processing power of these devices is increasing, providing opportunities to create new applications within a range of industries. When these devices are connected together, or through the Internet, they can provide an even more powerful computing resource. In this course you will: learn how to leverage this power by developing software for a range of mobile and embedded hardware learn how to develop portable software capable of running on a range of mobile devices learn how to design mobile applications that interact within their environment learn how to process and analyse data collected by a mobile device develop programming skills in industry relevant languages gain experience using open source tools throughout the course. Foundation Year Skills for Higher Education Study Skills for Academic Writing Analytical Mathematics Introduction to Software Development Essential Technology Applied Project. Computer Architecture Mathematics Programming Data Communications Algorithms and Data Structures Software Engineering Laboratory. Embedded Application Development Web Services Mobile Application Development 1 Mobile Application Development 2 Distributed Computing Object-oriented Programming (option) Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (option) Team Project. Natural User Interfaces Software Porting Computer Security (option) Artificial Intelligence (option) Social, Ethical and Privacy Issues (option) Project. This course has been designed with input from professionals from the mobile industry. On successful completion of this course, you will be in a position to apply for various roles in computing, including mobile application developer, software engineer and systems developer. If you would like to continue your studies, you can choose to progress onto one of our postgraduate courses. 180 University of West London Undergraduate Prospectus

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