Professional & Academic
Birmingham City University, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks
This computer networks course focuses on developing the technical ability to plan, design and implement new networks, as well as the market insight and interpersonal skills that every employer looks for. Accredited by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), it offers you the skills, knowledge and professional awareness.
Birmingham City University, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks and Security
Accredited by the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), this course equips you to design, implement and evaluate identification systems, data capture systems and communications networks and their associated security protocols. Focusing on practical business needs, it offers the support, tools and contacts to give you a distinct advantage in a demanding field.
Bournemouth University, BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management
This fascinating new degree is being developed to meet the requirements of the National Cyber Security Strategy. The course will capitalise on the strengths of our expertise on the existing BSc (Hons) Forensic Computing & Security and bring in additional specialist knowledge from other departments across BU, including psychology, law and economics. Together they are creating a unique programme whose graduates will have not only a sound technical education but also a comprehensive understanding of the fast-growing area of computer security.
Bournemouth University, Computer Networks BSc (Hons)
You will get the opportunity to study traditional network computing with an emphasis on network design, management and the broader administration aspects of networks. Our excellent resources include dedicated network and multimedia laboratories and we will provide you with access to the latest in hardware and software tools for producing professional products.
Edge Hill University, BSc (Hons) Computing (Networking, Security and Forensics)
Modern businesses depend on their network infrastructure. The systems and information such networks contain are key assets for organisations so it is essential that they are run professionally. This degree will prepare you to manage modern IT infrastructures, taking you beyond technical network administration to integrate IT management, project management, network theory and practice, and security and forensics. You will develop both the technical and managerial perspectives to view the network as a strategic resource.
Edge Hill University, MCompu (Hons) Computer Security and Networks
This integrated Masters degree takes you beyond technical network administration to integrate IT management, project management, network theory and practice, and security and forensics. Developing both the technical and managerial perspectives to view the network as a strategic resource, you will work on real life projects and be introduced to the latest industry standard equipment within a lively and highly effective learning environment. You will graduate as a networking and security specialist with the in-depth professional knowledge demanded by employers in this sector.
Middlesex University London, BEng (Hons) Mobile Systems and Communication Engineering
During this course you will develop the whole range of skills and technical understanding needed to test, design, build and code fully operational mobile systems that are exciting and valuable to society, business, industry and everyday quality of life.
Middlesex University London, BSc (Hons) Computer Communication and Networks
Our diverse Computer Communications and Networks degree prepares you for entry into this dynamic field. The focus is on key operational and technical aspects of computer communication systems and relevant security issues, enabling you to appreciate emerging technologies.
Middlesex University London, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks
Our diverse Computer Networks degree prepares you for entry into this exciting field. The focus is on the steps and strategies that can be adopted to mitigate security threats to networks, and internet or network applications. You will be taught by experts in the field in a high-tech lab and have access to specialist equipment.
Newcastle University, BSc (Hons) Computing Science (Mobile and Distributed Systems)
This degree provides a firm foundation in the important field of mobile and distributed systems.
You study a broad curriculum in your first two years, developing knowledge in different aspects of computing science, and gaining skills in problem solving, program design and implementation.
Nottingham Trent University, BSc (Hons) Computer Systems (Networks)
It will provide you with a detailed understanding of how the communications and networking involved in large computer installations operate to underpin a system's ability to deliver what is required. The course is vendor neutral, giving you practical experience in a range of technologies (including Microsoft and Cisco) and is excellent preparation for specialist networking and computer systems roles.
Plymouth University, BSc (Hons) Computer Systems and Networks
Modern life relies on computer networks and our degree gives you the know-how and practical skills to become a creative and resourceful network professional, shaping how people live and work in the future. Understand how networking fits in to the wider IT industry by working with servers, data centres and the cloud. Get hands on with our industry-standard, Cisco-equipped network laboratory. And examine large modern systems like Google, so you’re all set for a successful career in IT.
University of Bedfordshire, BSc (Hons) Computer Networking
This course focuses on the technical aspects of network design, installation, configuration, maintenance and management, and the application of contemporary technologies. The Computer Networking BSc (Hons) degree will help you discover a deeper understanding of network design and how they work.
University of Central Lancashire, BSc (Hons) Computer Network Technology
This practice-based degree will prepare you for a career in a rapidly changing industry that, thanks to new ideas, applications and constantly evolving technology, is a fascinating arena to work in. It includes the latest developments in wired and wireless computer networking and relevant theory to offer a broad view of the networking industry. Supported by teaching in purpose-built laboratories, you’ll use specialist software to develop not only your networking skills and understanding of theory - you’ll also consider the associated legal, social, ethical and commercial issues. You’ll graduate with a range of transferable skills allowing you to work across the computing industry, as well as in other graduate careers.
University of Derby, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks and Security
The BSc Computing Networks and Security course will prepare you to become a successful networks or security specialist. You'll learn the technical skills to be able to specify and build the physical infrastructure and the software development skills to make sure that solutions are robust and secure.
University of Leeds, BSc (Hons) / MEng (Hons) Computer Science
This course highlights the technical and social aspects of networking in our fully connected world, drawing on our research expertise in distributed computing and semantic-web technology. In addition to core computer science subjects, students will specialise in areas of infrastructure and systems performance for the next generation of distributed and internet computing.
University of Portsmouth, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks
This course will provide you with knowledge and practical skills to design, implement, and support computer networks at small and large companies, and to engineer new networking technologies influencing the future of the industry.
University of Salford Manchester, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks
There are very few industries now that do not rely on computer networks and our society’s economic wellbeing depends increasingly on their continued functionality and development. This course will provide you with a systematic understanding of the field of computer networks, encompassing a range of perspectives including: the underlying principles of how they, and associated technologies, work; the way these principles are put into practice in industry-standard network products; and the practical aspects of running a mission-critical network within real organisations.
University of Westminster, BEng (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering
This course provides a solid grounding in the design and realisation of modern embedded systems, building on more than two decades of experience in digital signal processing and electronic system design within the department. You will develop the skills required by employers to efficiently combine software and hardware solutions and create the next generation of embedded electronic devices.
University of Westminster, BSc (Hons) Computer Network Security
The course focuses on three main aspects – communication, network design and implementation, and security. You will develop the knowledge and technical expertise to be able to take on specific responsibility within a network team or as a team leader for the security aspects of that network, particularly in industries such as banking, where security is crucially important.
University of Westminster, BSc (Hons) Computer Networks and Communications
The course will give you the understanding, experience and flexibility to work at different levels with networked communication systems, from digital modulation through network architecture, routing and management.
University of Westminster, BSc (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering
The course aims to develop your skills as a strong computer-based engineer, in demand in both industry and research. You will have the technical expertise and knowledge to take a good idea from conception through to a viable product, a key characteristic for many employers.
University of Westminster, MEng Computer Systems Engineering
Embedded systems exist in every part of modern life, including portable digital cameras, kitchen appliances, collision avoidance systems in cars, and robotics. This has created a surge in demand for highly skilled engineers who can program computers and utilise and implement hardware systems. This course provides a solid grounding in the design and realisation of modern embedded systems, building on more than two decades of experience in digital signal processing and electronic system design within the department. You will develop the skills required by employers to efficiently combine software and hardware solutions and create the next generation of embedded electronic devices.