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BSc (Hons) Computer Science & Business

Award:

BSc (Hons) Computer Science & Business (Subject to Approval)

UCAS Code:

CS1B

Start date:

6th September 2023 (see academic calendar)

Location:

St Katharine Docks, London

Study Abroad:

Semester in USA (Optional)

Degree Awarding Body:

Northeastern University London

Entry Requirements:

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Study Mode:

Full-time

Duration:

3 years

Annual Tuition Fees:

Home: £9,250

International: £21,000

Programme Specifications:

Coming Soon

Timetables:

Available September 2023

Student Satisfaction:

83% (National Student Survey 2022)

Summary

BSc (Hons) Computer Science and Business combines rigorous study of Computer Science and Business, and exploration of their intersections.  Read more

Computer science in this programme cultivates the knowledge, techniques, and tools to develop effective and secure computer software according to legal, ethical, and professional frameworks. Students study the fundamentals of programme design including object-oriented design, software development, computer organisation, systems and networks, theory of computation, principles of languages, and advanced algorithms and data. 

The Business part of the programme covers a wide range of fields and considers the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches, and the challenges businesses face to achieve the objectives of their stakeholders (shareholders, consumers, government, and wider society). Courses use case studies and examples from a wide range of business types (from entrepreneurs to global corporations), to understand the varying ways organisations can operate and be managed.

Students on this programme take one or more courses at the intersections of Computer Science and Business, and their studies culminate with a (typically, integrative) Final Project

This degree programme combines this rigorous computer science and business syllabus with personalised elective pathway courses. 

Students develop programming and software development skills as well as critical thinking and analysis skills. They can also focus on innovation, marketing, and micro-economics, these valuable and transferable skills make them highly employable with a wide array of career opportunities. 

Electives

Our growing range of Elective courses include the subjects that have in the past been available as minors, plus some new popular subjects and interdisciplinary themes. Read more

Elective Courses include:

  • Art & Design
  • Business
  • Computer Science
  • Creative Writing
  • Data Science
  • Economics
  • English
  • History
  • Law
  • Philosophy
  • Politics & International Relations
  • Philosophy, Politics & Economics (PPE)
  • Sociology
  • Sustainability
  • Technology & Ethics

What makes our BSc (Hons) Computer Science & Business different?

  • Rigorous, in-depth core subject study
  • Interdisciplinary degrees, built around real-world problems
  • Flexibility to create your own academic pathway with elective courses
  • Gain core competencies and develop practical and transferable skills for your future career
  • Embedded experiential opportunities to drive real-world change
  • Explore the big issues that need agile thinking crossing subject boundaries
  • Acquire the knowledge and experience that will empower you to make a meaningful impact in a fast-changing world
  • Experience a semester abroad at one of Northeastern University’s campuses in the USA

Your learning experience

You will experience learning at the University through a combination of formats and class sizes. Some of our courses are delivered through a high number of scheduled teaching or ‘contact’ hours, while others focus on smaller, more personalised, guided independent study, or hands-on or community-based projects. Read more

Our academic staff selects the most appropriate pedagogy and contact hours for each individual course in order to support students to develop and succeed in their studies. This means that within your undergraduate Psychology degree you are likely to experience a combination of scheduled lectures, workshops, seminars and tutorials. The exact balance of these types of learning and number of contact hours will depend on the specific electives and optional courses you choose.

Most lectures and seminars will have a maximum of 20 student participants, while tutorials will typically have five or fewer students, and may sometimes be one-to-one. This personalised approach to teaching allows everyone to participate and thrive. 

Employability

Core competencies are embedded within our Psychology degree programmes, preparing you for your future career while you are studying, so that you stand out from the crowd and are ready to succeed as soon as you graduate. Read more

By the time you graduate, you will have taken courses fulfilling the following three competencies:

  1. Writing Across Audiences and Genres
  2. Integrating Knowledge and Skills Through Experience
  3. Demonstrating Thought and Action in a Final Project (can be dissertation)

You will also have taken courses inculcating a minimum of four of these additional competencies, depending on your learning pathways:

  • Engaging with the Natural and Designed World
  • Exploring Creative Expression and Innovation
  • Interpreting Culture
  • Conducting Formal and Quantitative Reasoning
  • Understanding Societies and Institutions
  • Analysing and Using Data
  • Engaging Differences and Diversity
  • Employing Ethical Reasoning

Careers Service

Our dedicated Careers Advisors work with students right from day one. Some students arrive at our university with their journey path clearly mapped, others need help finding their direction. Our Advisors are here to help both. Read more

Advisors will help to identify aspirations and explore careers, as well as assist with the development of CVs, and developing an ‘elevator pitch’ to differentiate yourself in a crowded market. Advisors guide students through making the most of Linkedin, and applying for internships, placements, and graduate jobs.

Our Advisors are here to help you achieve your ambition and have expertise in a wide range of sectors including professional services, government, creative industries, law, and banking.

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