Network Engineering (Systems Administration) - BSc Hons Degree - Top up
1. Qualification details
|Qualification name||BSc (Hons) Network Engineering (Systems admin)|
|Qualification level||Level 6|
|Awarding organisation||Lancaster University|
|Course type||Full time|
|Course start date||08 September 2020|
|Additional price description||Our Higher Education and degree courses cost £8,250 per full time year of undergraduate study (equivalent to 120 credits). If you study fewer than 120 credits in a year, you may pay less than £8,250 in that year.|
|Funding information||Advanced Learner Loans available|
|Attendance pattern||Daytime/working hours|
|Support facilities||Library/Learning Resource facilities; Restaurants/Brasseries; Facilities/support for students with hearing impairment (minicom 01253 355755); Facilities/support for students with learning difficulties; Guidance and advice service; Accommodation assistance|
2. Course description
Recent years have witnessed the emergence of a technical skills gap in the IT industry, caused by the marked lack of appropriate higher level qualifications. The BSc (Hons) Network Engineering (Systems Administration) programme, which is accredited through the British Computer Society, aims to redress the balance. It provides students with a trusted route through to their chosen career and employers with the technical experts needed to positively impact their business. This is a one year top up degree which follows on from the successful completion of the FdSc Network Engineering (Systems Administration). A winning combination of technical, academic and transferable skills equips graduates to take up positions as technicians, senior administrators or managers within the IT and related industries.
3. Entry requirements
Only students who have studied the Foundation Degree in Network Engineering, Security and Systems Administration (NESSA) at Blackpool and The Fylde College and have achieved a minimum of a pass will be considered for this top-up course.
4. Equipment required
Resources required to achieve the learning outcomes of the programme are provided by the College. You should be aware that there may be additional costs to consider such as optional educational visits and photocopying/printing.
5. Assessment method
Most courses are assessed via a combination of coursework, exams and practical assessments. Exams are formal, timed written assessments, carried out in a controlled environment and overseen by one or more invigilators. Coursework differs from exams in that it is usually non-timed and carried out independently. Practical assessments involve observation of your practical skills and competencies by a trained assessor.
|Name||UNIVERSITY CENTRE - PALATINE BUILDING|
BLACKPOOL AND THE FYLDE COLLEGE
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