Overview of the BCS
The BCS is a recognised and proven information technology degree. The degree can either be commenced as a complete qualification or entered from a certificate or diploma level programme.
* Compulsory Courses
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For students who enrolled prior to 2009
The Project, 7229, should be the last paper students do, although they can do one other paper at the same time. Before doing it they should therefore already have at least 306 credits towards the degree, including all the other compulsories and required number of level 6 and 7 papers other than the 36 credits at level 7 for the project and any credits associated with any concurrent paper. They must have done SAD1 (6234) and Project Planning and Control (6231).
Please note that you must obtain a total of 360 credits to be awarded the BCS.
Upon successful completion of the programme you will receive:
As a holder of this qualification you will be entitled to use the letters BCS after your name.
This programme is three full-time years of academic study.
Each year is 34 weeks with classes scheduled for approximately 15 hours per week between Monday and Friday, 8.00am and 7.30pm. You will also be required to undertake self-directed study beyond scheduled class time.
In addition to the 34 study weeks there will be seven weeks holiday/study break which coincide with the school holidays.