PIBT’s 13th batch of BSc (Hons) in Computing – Top Up degree from the University of Greenwich-UK begins

August 9, 2012 by  
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The Pioneer Institute of Business & Technology (PIBT) has successfully enrolled the 13th batch of students to study for the BSc (Hons) in Computing Final Year from the prestigious University of Greenwich in the UK. The University of Greenwich enjoys a strong tradition as a technical and commercial training centre since 1890. and it is a UNESCO world heritage site, which was awarded the Queens’ Anniversary Prize for Higher and further Education, comprising a rich and illustrious educational history that dates back to 1890.

Strong themes in this programme includes the management of IT within an organisation, project management of computing projects, security issues in computer and business systems, and the deployment of computing systems at an enterprise level. it also provides a good understanding of modern business organisations, structures and business functions, and the role that computing and computing information systems play in them.

It helps students to understand how computer systems are developed and trains them to design and build these systems to meet real business needs. it also focuses on the integration of computer systems and their interaction with the business process to work in the one of the best industries in the world.

This programme also helps students to develop the personal and professional skills for different standards of living needed to communicate and work effectively with those around them, whether they are computing or business professionals. in addition, the broad-based approach allows a flexible learning experience as students can select individual courses in various related areas, such as information systems and business-oriented computing.

The BSc (Hons) in Computing from the University of Greenwich is different from other general computing or software engineering degrees because it enables the student to specialize in the latest developments in mobile computing and web engineering.

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