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This programme consists of 120 credits.
Programming Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Learn the fundamentals of programming to develop quality software. During your studies, you'll develop an application using an industry-standard language, and debug, test and document a software application.
Database Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Gain a broad operational knowledge of database design and administration. During your studies you'll design a relational database to meet organisational requirements; apply interaction design concepts to a user interface; and store and retrieve organisational data using query and reporting tools.
Information Systems Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Gain an understanding of business systems and essential components of the ICT profession.
Technical Support Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Learn how to deliver organisational technical support based on best practice in IT service management. During your studies, you'll apply a user needs analysis to identify organisational requirements; create, deliver and evaluate a training session; and develop technical documentation to a professional standard.
Web Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Learn the fundamentals of web development and how to produce a quality website. You'll employ UX design principles that meet organisational requirements and apply an industry-standard approach.
Systems Analysis Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Learn the principles of systems analysis and systems requirements elicitation techniques. During your studies you'll analyse situations requiring problem-solving; elicit and model user requirements using a variety of techniques; and construct accurate systems analysis documentation reflecting requirements.
Network Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Learn the fundamentals of computer networks as they currently exist in industry, so that you can configure, test and troubleshoot local area networks.
Computer Hardware Fundamentals (15 Credits)
Gain an understanding of computer hardware, operating systems and troubleshooting techniques.