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Kieran Tuplin

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South Axholme School

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Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Further Maths

"Over my 2 years at John Leggott I've made some really good friends and it's been a brilliant experience. I can't thank the teachers enough, they've been really supportive and always there when they n

About Me

Kieran achieved 1 A* and 2 A grades, as well as an A in his AS Level, and has gone to Birmingham University to study Physics. 

HND Computing and Systems Development

Course Title: HND Computing and Systems Development

Course Type: Professional

Exam Board: Edexcel

Course Length: Two years

Day/Time: One afternoon and one evening per week. 

 

What will I learn? 

This qualification is delivered in partnership with North Lindsey College, and as such you will be enrolled as a University Centre student on a Pearson Edexcel award, having access to full facilities and support at both colleges.

You will study a range of units including computer systems, the Human Computer Interface (HCI) and multimedia design.

Units of Study

  • Research
  • Employability Professional Development
  • Computer Systems
  • Procedural Programming
  • 3D Modelling
  • Systems Analysis
  • Business for Ecommerce
  • OO Programming
     
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Data Analysis
  • Web Applications Development
  • Internet Server Management
  • Project
  • Games Design
  • IT Security Management
  • Digital Forensics

Where will it lead?

The HND Computing Science course can be topped up to a degree by gaining entry onto a University Computer Science course. The HND can also lead to a career in a wide range of IT professions such as programming, system analysis, systems management and database development. 

Entry requirements:

The course is only open to individuals aged 18 or over.

Applicants will need one pass at A Level/Level 3 BTEC (40 UCAS points) plus 3 GCSEs at grade C or above. 

For mature applicants we will consider previous experience in lieu of A Levels/AVCE. 

How to apply:

Application to this course can be done via the UCAS website, using institution code N64 and course code I200.

Assessment: 

Each module is assessed by a combination of coursework, in-class tests and formal examinations.

Fees: 

Fees for this course are £5580; students can access Student Finance funding for both course fees and maintenance loans/grants.

For more information please contact us. or visit the North Lindsey College Higher Education website for information on admissions, policies and procedures.