Developed by Hibernia College with University of London
Study online for this Computer Science degree, BSc Computing and Information Systems, and you will open a world of opportunities. The applications of this Computer Science degree are vast, and you will be able to work in almost any field and company, for example as a software engineer or a mobile app developer. Aside from IT companies, you can work in the corporate world, help solve IT crime, work in government agencies or the military and help uncover computer fraud.
The need for IT specialists are immense, and according to a recent study made by Randstad Technologies there will be a shortage of 33,300 IT and tech staff in the UK alone by 2050.
Online Bachelor in Computer Science
Hibernia College delivers the Bachelor of Computer Science in a dynamic and interactive study environment. Our degree will help you to develop skills to design, build, and implement software solutions that are the driving force in every business. A personal academic advisor will guide you through the programme to ensure your success. Graduates from this programme go on to study masters degrees at top universities worldwide.
Hibernia College makes it possible for you to gain an online Bachelor in Computing and Information Systems from the University of London.
Hibernia College has a proven track record in delivering a dynamic online study experience that offers learners maximum personal support. Our online degree will help you to develop skills for the long term that employers value, such as problem-solving, creative thinking, self-discipline and drive.
This online degree is internationally recognised, giving you an advantage in the employment market, wherever your career takes you.
A University of London degree is a valuable addition to any CV/résumé and shows that you have gained specialist expertise in computer, network and software-relevant subjects; in line with best international practices.
This bachelor degree programme is delivered online, enabling you to graduate from the University of London while not having to travel or take time off from professional or personal engagements, regardless of where you live in the world.
More than 150 years of teaching experience
Since 1858, the University of London International Programmes has enriched the lives of hundreds of thousands of students worldwide.
Computer Science Courses
Our live online tutorials, exam preparation and peer collaboration bring the course to life and create a vibrant class community, designed for working professionals.
You'll develop the fundamental skills to become a professional in all areas relating to computing and information systems, such as the ability to design, develop and apply software, and transferable skills like the ability to work in a team, as well as creative thinking and solving real-world problems.
Courses covered on this programme include: Artificial Intelligence, Internet programming, Computer Security, Information Systems Management, Interaction Design and Software Engineering.
The career prospects of this bachelor’s degree are parallel to no other education. The growth in IT applications on desktops in the office and home, and on mobile devices have increased the demand for IT talent who can design, implement and manage IT systems.
Some of the recent graduate level careers for computing graduates have included:
• Application programmer
• Mobile App developer
• Web developer
• Computer music/sound engineer
• Interface designer
• Systems analyst
• Database manager
This is a fully accredited bachelors degree and is awarded by the University of London as part of its International Programmes. University of London’s reputation for high academic standards is built by the outstanding teaching and research of its 18 colleges.
Wherever you live, you are examined to the same high standards as those studying in London at one of the University’s colleges.
This University of London undergraduate degree is under the academic direction of Goldsmiths College, which is internationally renowned for its creative and innovative approach to teaching and research. The Research Assessment Exercise (RAE2008) panel judged 90% of Goldsmiths Computing research to be internationally recognised, with 20% of the work judged to be world leading.
There is a shortage of graduates who have the confidence to apply new technologies in creative ways; a computing degree from University of London will enable you to do this.