L3 Computer Science (UE)
Teacher in Charge: Mr C. Habberton
Students will advance their learning how to create digital solutions for real world problems.
Key areas of learning include:
In a day and age where digital technology is fundamental to all industries, it is vital that our students move from being users of technology to creators of technology in order for them to excel in their chosen career. Due to lack of human resource in the Software Engineering field, this career has not only got exciting financial benefits but it has job security as well.
Learning complexed programming techniques and advanced project management skills to develop digital outcomes.
Using complexed programming and project management techniques to develop a digital outcome.
Design and develop a user interface to interact and manage a relational database.
Recommended Prior Learning
Level 2 Computer Science
Assessment InformationAll internal assessments involve research and application of skills to create digital outcomes.
Examples of outcomes could be Desktop, Mobile or Web applications.
These could range from Information Systems to Games, depending on the learner's interests and chosen learning pathway.
Total Credits Available: 23 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 3 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 20 credits.
The Standards offered are correct at time of writing
Course content may change by the start of the year