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        Some courses are only available Fall (1 ) Semester, Spring (2 ) Semester or Full Academic Year.

BUSINESS
 Course
                 Course Title                                        Description
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                                    An understanding of some basic legal principles is important to managers, in
                                    particular the rules relating to contract, consumer protection, corporate
                                    liability and employment. An understanding of these key areas of liability
                                    can help inform decision making in organisations. Recourse to law though is
 BUS1001      LAW FOR BUSINESS      generally to be avoided so this module considers the subject in a wider
                                    context, introducing you to issues relating to risk evaluation, and developing
                                    management skills in problem analysis and solution. To this end the module
                                    will utilise a number of case studies looking at organisational problems and
                                    debate some of the of the key relevant policy areas. 2nd Semester
                                    An ability to understand and interpret information is an invaluable skill for
                                    all who are involved with organisations. Indeed, the main decision making
                                    tool used by organisations is arguably financial information. This module
 BUS1002        ACCOUNTING
                                    will develop your skills in understanding and evaluating financial
                                    information, both from a ‘financial viewpoint’ and also a ‘statistical
                                    perspective’. 2nd Semester
                                    Contemporary management issues arise from an historical and international
                                    relationship between management, organisation and society. The module
                  WORK
                                    provides both an introduction to the functions and activities of
              MANAGEMENT &
 BUS1004                            management and organisation and a framework for understanding their
              ORGANISATIONAL
                                    consequences for people within the workplace and for society at large. You
                BEHAVIOUR
                                    will develop skills associated with academic enquiry, writing and debate.
                                    2nd Semester
                                    Principles of Marketing introduces you to the central philosophies of
                PRINCIPLES OF       marketing thinking and practice. Topics covered include the marketing
 BUS1007
                 MARKETING          concept, the marketing mix and the theories of segmentation, targeting and
                                    positioning. 1st & 2nd Semester
                                    Branding is a central concept in marketing. It is fundamental to the success
                                    of many products and organizations as it signals a product’s positioning
                                    strategy to the marketplace and enables companies to establish their
                                    corporate reputation and that of their products. Through the creation of
                                    strong brands and brand equity customer value is built. The purpose of this
 BUS1009      BRAND CREATION
                                    module is to define branding and introduce you to the concept of branding,
                                    both product and organizational. The range of marketing tools and activities
                                    required in the creation of brands will be considered and key branding
                                    models examined. You will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge
                                    gained in a practical context. 2nd Semester

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                                 Business Economics provides an introduction to micro- and macro-
                                 economics and covers the basic principles of both parts of the subject. The
                  BUSINESS       micro element will provide a theoretical base, and thus allow for the study
 BUS1012
                 ECONOMICS       of organisational behaviour in the marketplace. The macro element will give
                                 you an understanding of the broader national and international
                                 environment in which businesses operate. Full year only
                                 Introduction to Accounting focuses on the development and interpretation
                                 of financial and statistics information to be used in the context of personal
              INTRODUCTION TO    skills development and an understanding of business. The module
 BUS1013
                ACCOUNTING       introduces you to basic accounting statements including the statement of
                                 financial position; the income statement and cash flow statements and
                                 forecasts. 2nd Semester
                                 provides a comprehensive foundation to the study of management from
                                 both theoretical and practical perspectives. It seeks to consider the
                 PEOPLE &        conceptual frameworks relevant to the behaviour of individuals and groups
 BUS1014
               ORGANIZATIONS     in organisations, and the issues which are raised in their management. The
                                 module focuses on three themes; rational modes of management, people
                                 strategies and contemporary issues in the workplace. 1st Semester
                                 Operations Management is designed to provide an introduction to
                                 operations management so that you can apply the concepts learned.
                OPERATIONS
 BUS1015                         Operations management seeks to ensure entire supply chains are not only
               MANAGEMENT
                                 efficient but also profitable. The subject area ultimately incorporates most
                                 areas of business/management into efficiency drives. 1st Semester
                                 Marketing is an exciting and dynamic subject and as one of the central
                                 functions of any business it is at the heart of the organisations activities.
                                 Focusing on customers and successfully meeting their needs is central to
                                 the success of any business organisation. This module provides an
                                 introduction to marketing and demonstrates its centrality to business
 BUS1016         MARKETING       decision making. This module will provide a solid introduction to marketing
                                 as a stand-along module, or as a lead into further more specialist modules.
                                 It addresses key marketing concepts of which those in business in any
                                 functional area should be cognisant. A range of marketing concepts,
                                 theories and models are introduced and set within the context of the fast
                                 moving and dynamic business environment. 2nd Semester
                                  Business Start-Up is a review of entrepreneurial skills and small business
                                 development through theoretical concepts of enterprise, self-employment
                                 and small business management evaluating differing environments within
                                 which enterprise operates (including the rise of the digital economy)
                                 creating an awareness of emergent business types and their markets, the
 BUS1017     BUSINESS START-UP
                                 factors behind small business start-ups, entry routes, funding and barriers.
                                 A practical element includes foundational steps towards a business start-up
                                 project which will involve you demonstrating key skill areas such as
                                 communication, negotiation, self-management and problem solving; and
                                 more generic skills in numeracy, research and cognition Full year only
                                 Statistics for Economics will provide you with an understanding of, and an
                                 ability to apply, a range of mathematical and statistical concepts and
               STATISTICS FOR
 BUS1018                         techniques to a variety of economic situations. The use of probability,
                ECONOMICS
                                 statistical tests, and different set of distributions will allow you to analyse
                                 risk, uncertainty, and data to derive interpretive results. Full year only

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                                Marketing communications is a central theme in marketing. The purpose of
                                marketing communications is to influence and encourage customers to
                                accept or adopt goods, services or ideas. This is achieved through
             FUNDAMENTALS OF
 BUS1022                        promotional activities in a variety of forms, including advertising, selling,
                MARKETING
                                sales promotion, public relations and direct marketing. This module
                                introduces these communication tools alongside the range of media
                                options. 1st Semester
                                This module adopts a cross-disciplinary approach to critically investigate
                                how far human relationships are central to strategic human resource
                                management. The module is placed in a global context with a focus on
             HUMAN RESOURCE     developments in cross-industry, cross-continent contexts where the ‘soft’
 BUS2001
              MANAGEMENT        rhetoric of people as an organisation’s greatest assets often collides with
                                the ‘hard’ reality that people constitute only a part of organisations
                                strategic thinking and are used like any other asset or resource. 1st
                                Semester
                                Research Methods and philosophies are crucial to personal, academic and
                                vocational development. Research methods are utilized at all levels of the
                                degree program and employers are increasingly looking for graduates who
                  RESEARCH      have specific skills, including those significantly developed through learning
 BUS2003
                  METHODS       about methods of research. Such methods are required to undertake
                                specific academic projects, to enhance knowledge and understanding and
                                also, in a vocational context, to address specific business issues and
                                practical managerial problems. 2nd Semester
                                Culture and Change explores the nature of leadership and management
                                roles within an environment characterised by change and cultural and
                                organisational diversity. At an organisational level, the module considers
                                how far organisational culture and change can be influenced by leaders and
                CULTURE AND
 BUS2007                        managers. At a national level, it considers how national cultures influence
                  CHANGE
                                leadership styles and the process of change. The module considers
                                experiences in large-scale organisations as well as small and medium sized
                                enterprises and concludes with an examination of contemporary trends in
                                these areas. 1st Semester
                                It can be argued that the drive to privatisation and marketisation
                                accelerated from 1979 in the UK and shortly after in the USA. The nature of
                                work, as experienced by employees also changed with significant increases
                                in flexible work patterns and increasing importance of service sector
 BUS2008     MANAGING PEOPLE    employment. Hence, the repertoire of skills required of those involved in
                                managing people continues to expand. The purpose of the module is to
                                provide you with a critical understanding of the changing nature of work, as
                                well as raising your awareness of the practical strategies used by
                                organisations to manage such changes. 2nd Semester
                                Effective marketing planning is essential for all organisations. This module
                                offers you the opportunity to focus on the marketing planning process and
                                place the tactical marketing activities examined in the ‘Principles of
                                Marketing’ module in the context of the marketing planning process.
 BUS2009     RETAIL MARKETING
                                Specifically, this module provides you with the opportunity to examine the
                                complex nature of marketing planning for organisations in the retail sector
                                which constitutes a dynamic and vital element of the British economy. 2nd
                                Semester

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                                The UK is now a predominantly service-based economy with services
                                representing a major proportion of both domestic and international trade.
                  SERVICES
 BUS2010                        In this module you will examine the implementation of marketing concepts,
                 MARKETING
                                theories and practices specifically for this sector, focusing on both profit
                                and not-for-profit service organisations. 1st Semester
                                Financial Management and Control will develop financial knowledge and
                                management of a business with a specific focus on the management of
                                finance within the business context. You will be expected to investigate the
                FINANCIAL
                                processes used to develop information used by management to make
 BUS2011       MANAGEMENT
                                decisions. You will examine how different business types use financial data
               AND CONTROL
                                in the measurement of their performance, evaluate real time company
                                information and investigate the measurement of financial performance of a
                                business. 1st Semester
                                An understanding of the ways in which business operates globally is
                                important in the 21st century. This module looks at the UK in the global
               INTERNATIONAL    economy, both in terms of trade and investment. The changing economic
 BUS2013
                  BUSINESS      situation, the development of the major economies, economic models and
                                cultures are studied, as well as the institutional backdrop. The academic
                                theory, for trade and investment, underpins the course. 2nd Semester
                                Businesses are placed under considerable pressure to engage in ethical
                                behaviour from a variety of stakeholders. This module examines these
                                pressures and considers ways in which companies can structure their
                 GLOBAL         response and considers the implications for both businesses and society of
 BUS2014     CORPORATE SOCIAL   ignoring these ethical responsibilities. You will develop an understanding of
              RESPONSIBILITY    an organisations overall responsibility to its various stakeholder groups
                                together with the mechanisms by which you are able to analyse and
                                address these issues. You will also consider the importance of ethical theory
                                and the mechanisms of regulation and control. 1st Semester
                                This module will help you to define and understand how marketing in
                                society is utilised as a tool for public services such as charities, government
                                and the health service. This will involve the study of the business and social
                                environments in terms of their target audiences, resources, planning,
                                education and current changes. The module will familiarise you with key
                 SOCIAL AND
                                models of behaviour change and the role of stakeholders, values, beliefs,
 BUS2016        SUSTAINABLE
                                emotions and lifestyles in influencing such change, with emphasis on
                 MARKETING
                                environmentally sustainable behaviour. The module also clarifies the
                                misconceptions that people sometimes have about using a social marketing
                                approach and introduces a practical and reflective campaign process that
                                supports the use of a social marketing approach to achieve behaviour
                                change. 1st Semester
                                The rapidly changing organisational environment within which today’s
                                managers operate requires you to develop a deep understanding of the
                                internal and external factors influencing strategy and decision-making. This
                                module provides an opportunity to consider how different business
               STRATEGY AND     functions relate together in informing the development of strategy.
 BUS3000
              DECISION MAKING   Deciding strategic directions is about making choices and aspects of
                                decision making are therefore included in the module. There is also an
                                opportunity for you to develop cognitive skills such as critical analysis and
                                evaluation, communication skills (both oral and written), group/team
                                working and creativity 1st & 2nd Semester

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                               An understanding of the ways in which business operates globally is
                               important in the 21st century. This module looks at the UK in the global
               INTERNATIONAL   economy, both in terms of trade and investment. The changing economic
 BUS3002
                  BUSINESS     situation, the development of the major economies, economic models and
                               cultures are studied, as well as the institutional backdrop. The academic
                               theory, for trade and investment, underpins the course. 1st Semester
                               This module adopts a cross-disciplinary approach to critically investigate
                               how far human relationships are central to strategic human resource
                               management. The module is placed in a global context with a focus on
                               developments in cross-industry, cross-continent contexts where the ‘soft’
 BUS3003       STRATEGIC HRM
                               rhetoric of people as an organisation’s greatest assets often collides with
                               the ‘hard’ reality that people constitute only a part of organisations
                               strategic thinking and are used like any other asset or resource. 2nd
                               Semester
                               In view of emerging world markets and increasing globalisation this module
                               encourages you to develop an informed appreciation of international
               INTERNATIONAL   marketing. It provides you with the means to integrate aspects of
 BUS3004         STRATEGIC     operational marketing within a strategic and international perspective. In
                 MARKETING     particular, you will study how and why companies choose to operate
                               internationally, the entry strategies available to them, globalisation and the
                               international marketing environment. 2nd Semester
                               Marketing Communications explores the marketing communications mix
                               including advertising, sales promotion, PR, viral marketing and sponsorship.
               MARKETING
 BUS3005                       You will examine the different ways the effectiveness of communications
             COMMUNICATIONS
                               campaigns can be measured and you will develop a marketing
                               communications plan. 1st Semester
                               Consumer Behavior considers the factors that influence what, where and
                               when consumers buy and what they buy. Understanding the factors that
                               affect buying behaviour enables marketers to predict the response of
                 CONSUMER
 BUS3006                       customers to marketing strategies. This knowledge can then be fed into the
                 BEHAVIOUR
                               design and innovation process for new products and marketing campaigns.
                               In addition, you will examine the issues of increasing consumerism and
                               addictive shopping behaviours. 1st Semester
                               Accounting for the Environment looks at issues in an area of accounting that
                               has developed rapidly over the last few years, and has grown into an
                               important and distinct focus for accountants. You will consider how
                               business operations impact on the environment, for example through global
              ACCOUNTING FOR   warming, pollution, recycling, ethical policies and oil energy efficiency, and
 BUS3007
             THE ENVIRONMENT   analyse how businesses account for this impact, with the growth in
                               environmental reporting. This module explores a range of the most
                               important concerns within this area, allowing you to critically engage with
                               them, and discover the impact of green issues on the way organisations
                               view themselves and behave. 1st Semester
                               BUS3008 builds on the work of first and second year modules to ensure that
                 ADVANCED
                               you will be able to exercise judgement and technique in corporate reporting
 BUS3008         CORPORATE
                               matters and can react to current developments or new practice 1st
                 REPORTING
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                                This module, based on criteria laid down by the Chartered Institute of
                                Management Accountants, provides an opportunity to develop your
                FINANCE FOR
 BUS3009                        accounting skills. On completion of the module, you will have a deeper
                 MANAGERS
                                understanding of the theory and practice of financial and management
                                accounting at a managerial level. 1st Semester

COMPUTING
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                 Course Title                                   Description
 Number
                                Offers a practical introduction to the fundamentals of an object-oriented
                                approach to software development. You will be introduced to the analytical
                                techniques and processes essential for specifying, designing and
 CIS1002       PROGRAMMING
                                implementing applications. Object-orientated concepts and notions are
                                introduced, together with the application of a modern programming
                                language which is widely used in industry. Full year only
                                Ergonomics are essential for a useful computer system. This module
                                therefore provides an understanding of interactions between humans and
                                other elements of a system. It applies theory, principles and methods to
 CIS1005        ERGONOMICS      design, in order to optimise human satisfaction and overall system
                                performance. The module presents an overview of the ergonomic
                                evaluation relating to system development and will focus specifically on the
                                usability aspect of human computer interaction. 1st Semester
                                Web Development is a fusion of two distinct areas in the world of web
                                content production. The elements of web design on this module will include
                                colour design theories, layout and typography. The elements of web
                                development covered will include the use of HTML, CSS and both client and
                                server side scripting. This module will allow you to develop a sound
              WEB DESIGN AND
 CIS1007                        understanding of the WWW, the related technologies, the relationships
               DEVELOPMENT
                                between them and also their use, which will be a valuable asset in all
                                aspects of work within the web industry. In addition, the module also
                                provides an appropriate setting to introduce some of the more powerful,
                                user friendly web development tools used widely in the industry today. 1st
                                Semester
                                Digital World explores how the world of the 21st century is underpinned by
                                computing technology while challenging you to envision possible future
                                developments as computing professionals. The module discusses how
                                current networked applications operate and analyses the technology on
 CIS1100       DIGITAL WORLD    which they depend, starting with Internet-enabled information systems and
                                progressing to the underpinning database, network and computer
                                architecture. The module includes practical activities on hardware, software
                                and networks and will develop your skills in writing, presenting and the use
                                of electronic tools for research. 1st Semester

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                                 The ability to undertake research, to appreciate the different research
                                 methods and methodologies, to have knowledge of the sources of
                                 information and an understanding of the problems of research are
                                 fundamental graduate competencies. This module will familiarise you with
                  RESEARCH
 CIS2101                         the main methods of research and the contexts in which they are
                  METHODS
                                 conducted. It will also help you comprehend the principles and perspectives
                                 of research. The module will provide practical experience in the use of
                                 research methods and help you to gain confidence and experience in the
                                 research process. 2nd Semester
                                 Business Analysis is the process of investigating what a business wants to
                                 achieve and what is done at the moment. Analysis does not just look at
                                 what objectives once were, and how the existing systems achieve those
                                 objectives now, but also what the business systems should be doing. By
                                 producing a statement of requirements, analysis aids the process of
 CIS2103     BUSINESS ANALYSIS
                                 designing how to achieve a solution. An effective manager, in a business
                                 context, should be able to handle, analyze, interpret and evaluate the data
                                 which are generated internally and externally to an organization. The
                                 managerial decision making process is greatly enhanced if these activities
                                 provide timely and relevant information. 1st Semester
                                 This module examines advanced aspects of modern computer architectures
                                 and considers how the interfaces between hardware and software have
                COMPUTER         been influencing the design and performance of computer systems over the
 CIS2104         SYSTEMS         past few decades. You will study novel and advanced hardware and
               ARCHITECTURE      software based techniques that computer designers have employed in
                                 order to significantly increase computer power and throughput. 2nd
                                 Semester
                                 Object-oriented concepts are now dominant in software development. This
                                 module enables you to understand and apply this approach to develop
              OBJECT ORIENTED    applications in a modern, widely used language. It develops and significantly
 CIS2109
               PROGRAMMING       extends your ability to apply the methods and concepts introduced in the
                                 Year 1 programming module and enables you to use a Computer Aided
                                 Software Engineering (CASE) tool. 1st Semester
                                 Physical Computing: Input & Output will enable you to gain an
                                 understanding of constructing electronics projects for control applications.
                PHYSICAL
                                 You will also achieve an in-depth understanding of sensing applications
 CIS2110     COMPUTING: INPUT
                                 together with the issues around basic sensors, developing and enhancing
                & OUTPUT
                                 your skills in computer programming through the coding required for
                                 microcontrollers. 2nd Semester
                                 The team project is a module which enables you to develop essential
                                 employability skills in the context of a realistic team-based computing
                                 project. You will learn, practice and evaluate your team working skills,
                                 complete career development activities that are designed to improve
                                 confidence and competence, and develop your technical knowledge and
 CIS2116       TEAM PROJECT
                                 skills. Live or role-play projects and interviews are used in order to provide
                                 an authentic project experience. The module is also informed by the BCS’
                                 (Chartered Institute for IT) SFIAplus Skills model and is designed to enable
                                 you to develop autonomy, influence and business skills in an environment
                                 of developing complexity Full year only

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                                Programming Languages: Theory to Practice explores alternative strategies
               PROGRAMMING      and languages to identify both best practice in programming and those
                LANGUAGES:      areas which require deeper investigation when selecting the most efficient
 CIS2117
                 THEORY TO      solution for a problem. This module will explore the strategies that software
                  PRACTICE      developers can adopt to design, validate and verify their code before the
                                final implementation of a software application. 1st Semester
                                Creativity in programming language is a trend in current software
                                development and is the use of functional programming and imperative
                                programming alongside the OO paradigm. This approach supports
                                integration between each of these paradigms with the intention that the
                                most appropriate paradigm can be selected according to the problem being
               PROGRAMMING
                                addressed. It is highly applicable to web-based systems and resources in
                LANGUAGES:
 CIS2118                        which very large and complex datasets may require degrees of intelligence
                 INSPIRING
                                to be coded in order to efficiently and effectively process information. One
                 CREATIVITY
                                of the aims of this module is to enable you to develop a portfolio which
                                presents technical skills and demonstrates theoretical understanding. The
                                portfolio will provide a concrete representation of your skill sets providing
                                you with a tangible product to enhance your profile in the job market. 2nd
                                Semester
                                UX Design is essentially about the creation of usable web content. It is a
                                hybrid subject area, which has evolved out of, and includes many of, the
                                same themes found in established and broader subjects such as human
                                computer interaction (HCI) and usability engineering. As well as exploring
                                traditional usability metrics (efficiency, effectiveness, and subjective
                                satisfaction), however, UX design also explores the experience of the user
                                (feelings, motivations and values), adopting a much more holistic approach
              USER EXPERIENCE
 CIS2119                        to system design than existing methods. UX design also considers the value
                  DESIGN
                                of web systems from a stakeholder perspective rather than just the user
                                perspective. This module will, therefore, provide you with context, and with
                                a vocabulary which will enable you to communicate with other industry
                                specialists at a technical and professional level. Moreover, it will provide
                                you with the knowledge and skills from a palette of evolving disciplines with
                                the aim of facilitating the creation of Web content which is usable,
                                pleasurable and valuable. 1st Semester
                                Introduction to Security & Forensics enables you to understand the
                                concepts and principles of information security and computer forensics.
              INTRODUCTION TO
                                Security is an essential consideration in all information systems and this
 CIS2131         SECURITY &
                                module explores a risk-based approach to dealing with threats and
                 FORENSICS
                                vulnerabilities. Principles of computer forensics are introduced, together
                                with the tools and techniques for data recovery and analysis. 1st Semester
                                Wireless & mobile networks have developed over the last 20 years to
                                become an essential part of the modern world. Technologies such as
               WIRELESS &
 CIS2132                        802.11, 3G and Bluetooth are now commonly used throughout business.
             MOBILE NETWORKS
                                This module allows you to study these technologies and examine how they
                                are used securely within business environments. 2nd Semester

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                                 Computer Graphics & Modelling enables you to gain an insight into relevant
                                 modelling techniques for games development and related software tools.
                 COMPUTER        The creation and manipulation of 3D models is a core skill required for the
 CIS2134         GRAPHICS &      development of many of the games currently on the market. You will create
                 MODELLING       representations of objects to include within a game and then explore the
                                 techniques relevant to move and transform the models programmatically.
                                 2nd Semester
                                 Digital Design & Production enables you to develop a specialist, detailed,
                                 practical and contextual insight into the use of visual effects. The module
                                 also offers advanced technical workshops that deliver software training
                                 including particle generation, animated graphics, advanced compositing and
              DIGITAL DESIGN &   cross-platform production. This module offers the opportunity for specialist
 CIS2135
                PRODUCTION       study in key aspects of contemporary computer-generated animation
                                 including character development, computer-generated image (CGI)
                                 construction, modelling and animation, environment design, SFX techniques
                                 and processes relating CGI to multi-platform animation practices. 2nd
                                 Semester
                                 Information systems strategies must be developed within the wider
                                 corporate and business strategic planning processes. On the one hand this
                                 entails a search for high impact applications to create an advantage over
                                 competitors. On the other hand it involves the identification of a portfolio
 CIS2202        STRATEGIC BIS    of computer-based applications to assist an organisation in executing its
                                 current business plan. This module seeks to explore such issues and
                                 broaden your view of the effective application of IT across an organisation,
                                 together with developing your awareness of the social and technological
                                 consequences of IT implementation. 1st Semester
                                 Information systems strategies must be developed within the wider
                                 corporate and business strategic planning processes. On the one hand this
                                 entails a search for high impact applications to create an advantage over
                  STRATEGIC
                                 competitors. On the other hand it involves the identification of a portfolio
                   BUSINESS
 CIS2202                         of computer-based applications to assist an organisation in executing its
                INFORMATION
                                 current business plan. This module seeks to explore such issues and
                   SYSTEMS
                                 broaden your view of the effective application of IT across an organisation,
                                 together with developing your awareness of the social and technological
                                 consequences of IT implementation. 1st Semester
                                 The meteoric growth of internet-based e-commerce at the turn of the last
                                 century has developed at an exponential rate. During the last decade, this
                                 market space has grown in several directions. In its first generation, it saw
                                 the emergence of portals and search engines. However, in due course more
                                 and more organisations began to cater to the Business to Customer (B2C)
                                 market. In the last two years, there has been significant growth in the
              E-COMMERCE FOR     Business to Business (B2B) segment. As several organisations began to
 CIS2203
                  BUSINESS       operate in the internet market space, they innovated unique propositions
                                 to create value in the process. This module will encourage you to develop a
                                 basic understanding of these issues in an overall framework of internet-
                                 based e-commerce, much of the success of which is attributed to the free
                                 flow of information over the net. Honouring intellectual property rights is
                                 not only desirable but also central to the success of internet based e-
                                 commerce. Full Academic Year

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                                 The meteoric growth of internet-based e-commerce at the turn of the last
                                 century has developed at an exponential rate. During the last decade, this
                                 market space has grown in several directions. In its first generation, it saw
                                 the emergence of portals and search engines. However, in due course more
                                 and more organisations began to cater to the Business to Customer (B2C)
                                 market. In the last two years, there has been significant growth in the
              E-COMMERCE FOR     Business to Business (B2B) segment. As several organisations began to
 CIS2203
                  BUSINESS       operate in the internet market space, they innovated unique propositions
                                 to create value in the process. This module will encourage you to develop a
                                 basic understanding of these issues in an overall framework of internet-
                                 based e-commerce, much of the success of which is attributed to the free
                                 flow of information over the net. Honouring intellectual property rights is
                                 not only desirable but also central to the success of internet based e-
                                 commerce. 2nd Semester
                                 IT is now a strategic resource within organisations and systematic planning
                                 and deployment are essential for competitive advantage. This module aims
                                 to develop your understanding and knowledge to underpin the acquisition
 CIS3101      IT MANAGEMENT      and ongoing management of systems and services within an organisation.
                                 The module also introduces the concept of business continuity and risk
                                 planning associated with current environmental changes and third party
                                 disruption. 2nd Semester
                                 Society depends increasingly on computer systems and computing
                                 professionals need a sound understanding of both the threats and
                                 vulnerabilities of a system and the associated preventative and recovery
                                 measures. This module will give you a detailed understanding of the
 CIS3103     INTERNET SECURITY   principles of computer and network security, together with an
                                 understanding of the key vulnerabilities of a networked computer system.
                                 The culmination of the module will involve you designing and constructing a
                                 secure computer network.
                                 2nd Semester
                                 This module introduces you to the emerging area of mobile computing and
                                 gives you the knowledge and experience of developing mobile applications
                  MOBILE
                                 for different types of mobile devices. You will develop an understanding of
 CIS3104       APPLICATIONS
                                 the system architectures that can be employed in mobile internet
               DEVELOPMENT
                                 applications and investigate various mobile software and hardware
                                 platforms. 2nd Semester
                                 Today, embedded systems form the largest percentage of computer
                                 systems in service; they are greater in number than all other types of
                                 computer systems put together. This module explores the principles of
                                 embedded systems as essential tools for enabling many other advanced
                 EMBEDDED
 CIS3105                         technologies which can be seen or experienced every day. You will be
                  SYSTEMS
                                 introduced to the basics of the hardware and software unique to
                                 microcontrollers as core components of embedded systems. You will
                                 program a microcontroller and apply this skill to communicate with or
                                 control external devices. 1st Semester

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                             This module considers the growing number of applications which utilise
                             microcontrollers. Microcontrollers are small, inexpensive computing
                             devices. These devices can be programmed to respond to signals from, and
                 PHYSICAL
                             control, a variety of electronic devices. They can form the basis of basic
                COMPUTING:
 CIS3106                     robotics devices and, as such, offer an ideal platform to explore control
               AUTONOMOUS
                             applications in computing. In this module, you will gain an in-depth
                  DEVICES
                             understanding of the development of devices which are controlled by
                             microcontrollers, together with a critical understanding of the current
                             advances in technology in this field. 2nd Semester
                             This module provides a firm foundation in forensic computing by teaching
                             the methods, tools and techniques for data recovery and analysis. The
                             module also covers the legal requirements for presenting such data. The
                             overall aim is to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to undertaking
 CIS3109         FORENSICS   a forensic computing investigation in a systematic manner. You will develop
                             an understanding of the role of a computer forensics analyst through the
                             use of existing applications and investigative techniques looking at both
                             theory and practice.
                             1st Semester
                             All local authorities in England have submitted ‘Implementing e-
                             Government Statements’ which indicate how they intend to achieve e-
                             Government targets. In this module, you will gain an in-depth
                             understanding of the challenges and issues surrounding the drive by central
 CIS3111           E-GOV
                             governments to deliver e-Government at national and local levels. The
                             module will also analyse the current trends in e-Democracy, a topic of
                             national importance in the UK due to falling voter turnout. The module will
                             also examine the difficulties of e-democracy globally. 2nd Semester
                             Search Engine Optimization explores a variety of techniques and strategies
                             used to improve the ranking and visibility of websites within search engine
                             listings, and ways to try and improve the conversions of page hits into
                             successful sales of goods and services. Because of the general internet
                             users’ reliance on search engines, the knowledge of how search engines
                             work and how data is listed is essential for any web developer. Although the
 CIS3117               SEO   fields of SEO (search engine optimisation) and web analytics are ever
                             changing there are some fundamental concepts and practices that have not
                             and should not change significantly over time, and this module will
                             introduce these fundamentals and current trends related to the subjects.
                             You will work in small teams to produce a report which demonstrates how
                             SEO and analytics can be used to exploit search engines for marketing
                             purposes and highlight the importance of web traffic. 1st Semester
                             Interface Programming explores how effective design is reliant upon
                             understanding the human context in which a new artefact has to fit. Human
                             computer interaction is a field that looks towards applying information
                             about human behaviour, abilities and activities in the design and evaluation
                 INTERFACE   of systems for productive, comfortable and effective human use. In this
 CIS3118
               PROGRAMMING   module, you will gain an insight into the issues relating to the design and
                             implementation of user interfaces. You will develop a critical understanding
                             of the mechanisms adopted and also the relationship between the end user,
                             the interface designer and the software developer that takes place through
                             the development cycle. 2nd Semester

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                                This module enables you to further develop your knowledge of databases
                                and database management systems. Databases are an essential element of
                                most small to large computer systems so it is important that if you wish to
                                pursue a career in IT you are able to work with advanced relational
                 ADVANCED
 CIS3119                        databases and the less common types of database systems (eg object
                 DATABASES
                                database systems etc). The module discusses enhanced normalisation,
                                structured query language (SQL) as well as other modelling tools or
                                database design. You will gain first-hand experience using modern database
                                management systems. 2nd Semester
                                Mobile Web Application Development is an evolving, fast paced industry,
                                driven predominantly by a consumer thirst for creative content and
                                information. Such is the speed and relevance of growth in this area, it is
                                now necessary to develop web systems with finger-friendly navigation.
                                Moreover, as goods and service providers now demand seamless
                MOBILE WEB      integration of their content across multiple platforms and devices, it is
 CIS3126        APPLICATION     imperative that web systems graduates have the knowledge and skills to
               DEVELOPMENT      compete in this area. This module will adopt the hybrid approach to mobile
                                web application development, using technologies such as HTML5, CSS and
                                JavaScript and development environments/frameworks, such as PhoneGap,
                                Titanium and Sencha. You will engage with these technologies and acquire
                                practical skills by developing small applications for mobile devices. 1st
                                Semester
                                Big Data provides you with an overview of the background and the need for
                                Big Data and how Big Data can be exploited by different sectors. There is a
                                need for Information Scientists to understand and provide guidance to
 CIS3128          BIG DATA      businesses on how to leverage the most from Big Data and stay ahead of
                                the competition. The module covers the need for Big Data, the
                                infrastructure, security issues and software that's being developed to
                                handle structured and unstructured data. 1st Semester

EDUCATION – TEACHING
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                Course Title                                   Description
 Number
                               CYP1000 provides an introduction to the relationship between learning
                               theory and practice. You will develop your understanding of education
                               practice and how a variety of approaches may be evident in different settings
               THEORIES OF     to meet individual needs. The exploration of theory in relation to policy and
                LEARNING,      educational practices will put this in context. The module aims to develop
 CYP1000
              TEACHING, AND    knowledge and understanding of basic concepts relating to theories of
              DEVELOPMENT      learning, teaching and development. There is a focus on developmental
                               theories, social constructivist and behaviourist approaches, multiple
                               intelligences, conditions for learning, individual learning styles and theory
                               related to motivation and learning climate. 1st Semester

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                               CYP1001 focuses on meeting additional and individual learning needs in
                               relation to legislative procedures and policy within an inclusive education
                               framework. You will develop insight and understanding of specific learning
               CHILDREN AND
                               needs, such as dyslexia. In developing an understanding of learning needs for
              YOUNG PEOPLE’S
                               individual children, you will have the opportunity to develop a specific area
 CYP1001       DEVELOPMENT
                               of interest. You will understand and use terminology associated with
               AND LEARNING
                               additional learning needs and strategies that may be used in order to meet
                   NEEDS
                               those needs. The module also heightens awareness of diverse needs and will
                               provide you with an understanding of the different roles within the children’s
                               workforce contributing to the development of learning. 1st Semester
                               Children's Development Through Curriculum Model develops your
                 CHILDREN’S
                               knowledge and understanding of the role of curriculum models in children’s
               DEVELOPMENT
                               learning and development. You will be introduced to the theories, history
 CYP1003          THROUGH
                               and current developments relating to curriculum models within education.
                CURRICULUM
                               This will be achieved through a study of the creative curriculum, the child-
                   MODEL
                               centred curriculum and the objective-based curriculum. 2nd Semester
                               CYP1004 develops your knowledge and understanding of the role of
                               creativity in children’s learning and development. You will be introduced to
                               the theories, history and current developments relating to creativity in
                 CREATIVE
                               education. This will be achieved through a study of both theoretical and
              APPROACHES TO
 CYP1004                       professional literature. You will explore creative processes and teaching
               LEARNING AND
                               approaches across a range of curriculum subjects through reading and
               DEVELOPMENT
                               practical activities. Creativity using ICT and multimedia will be explored and
                               you will be expected to create activities designed to enhance children's
                               learning and development. 2nd Semester
                               This module introduces you to the concept of the planning and assessment
                               cycle and the need for assessment and evaluation to impact upon planning.
                               You will be encouraged to reflect on your personal and professional
                               experience of planning, assessment and the current local, regional and
                PLANNING,
                               national contexts in which you work. The module will explore the current
             ASSESSMENT, AND
 CYP2000                       standards and effectiveness debate, political priorities and the media's view
              EVALUATION OF
                               on evaluation, assessment and accountability in theory and practice. You will
                 LEARNING
                               also identify and interpret a range of sources of assessment data, consider
                               the key features of good practice and experiment with a range of recording
                               techniques to monitor and measure children's levels of achievement. 1st
                               Semester
                 CHILDREN’S    Children's Development Through the Primary Curriculum enhances your
               DEVELOPMENT     strength in various curriculum areas. It will enable you to develop a strong
 CYP2002       THROUGH THE     understanding of children’s development and learning, which will underpin
                  PRIMARY      successful support for children’s learning and development in schools and
                CURRICULUM     settings. 2nd Semester
                               CYP2003 aims to develop your knowledge and understanding of learning
                               outside the classroom. You will be introduced to the cross-curricular benefits
                 LEARNING
                               of learning outside the classroom, for example on field trips or visiting
 CYP2003        OUTSIDE THE
                               museums or galleries. The module is designed to further your understanding
                CLASSROOM
                               of how learning outside the classroom contributes significantly to improving
                               children’s personal, social and emotional development. 2nd Semester

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                                CYP3000 provides an opportunity to evaluate inclusive provision in the
                                workplace. You will be encouraged to devise innovative ways to foster,
              INCLUSION AND     promote and develop inclusive practice and to apply effective strategies that
 CYP3000         SUPPORT        help to remove barriers to learning and participation. The module will
                NETWORKS        promote good practice in terms of partnership approaches to meeting
                                learning needs, participation, rights, entitlement, voice, access to the
                                curriculum and learning for all children. 1st Semester
                  CURRENT       Current Initiatives in Supporting Children's Development examines the major
               INITIATIVES IN   determinants affecting the health economic and social well-being of children,
 CYP3004        SUPPORTING      young people and their families. The module will address inequalities and
                 CHILDREN’S     explore interventions aimed at tackling such inequalities to ensure that the
               DEVELOPMENT      best outcomes are afforded to children and young people. 1st Semester
                                EYL1001 has a strong emphasis on the principle that every child is a unique
                                individual, who learns and develops at different rates and in different ways.
                                The module provides you with an overview of the key areas of young
 EYL1001      A UNIQUE CHILD    children’s learning and development and develops your knowledge and
                                understanding of the diverse needs of young children in different social and
                                cultural contexts and the role of the practitioner in the promotion of
                                children’s learning. 1st Semester
                                EYL1002 explores the complexities and benefits of supporting children to
                                develop positive relationships with key familiar people and other children in
                                the setting. You will discover the theories and principles of effective
                  POSITIVE
 EYL1002                        transitions, nurturing and attachment, building resilience, key worker’s
               RELATIONSHIPS
                                systems and social interactions. The module will also encourage you to
                                identify strategies to support the development of positive social
                                relationships. Half Semester
                                Enabling Environments has a strong emphasis on the importance of effective
                                teamwork in the process of organising learning environments to be effective
                                in enabling each individual child to reach their full potential. The module
                ENABLING
 EYL1003                        develops your knowledge and understanding of the diverse needs of young
              ENVIRONMENTS
                                children and the need for careful planning and organisation within each
                                setting to ensure children’s individual developmental needs are met. 2nd
                                Semester
                                Starting From the Child has a strong emphasis on the principle that children
                                learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure
                                relationships with parents/carers. You will examine how early years
                                practitioners meet the needs of children, their families and communities in
                                supporting early learning and development more effectively. The module will
                                explore the principles behind, and the benefits of, inclusive practice to
              STARTING FROM     support the needs of individual children examining physiological, social and
 EYL2001
                 THE CHILD      cultural influences that impact on the development of children. Exploring
                                learning styles, right/left brain learning, multiple intelligence and schema in
                                relation to planning for individual children, you will also consider the impact
                                on learning of cultural differences and gender and the role of the adult in
                                providing a fully inclusive environment. Observation methods in relation to
                                identifying, assessing and planning to meet the individual learning needs of
                                young children will be compared and contrasted. 1st Semester

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                                 Researching Early Years Practice and Leadership helps you to understand and
                                 apply some of the key principles of academic research to different areas of
               RESEARCHING       practice and leadership in the early years as well as to identify and justify
                EARLY YEARS      suitability of specific research methods and techniques. The module will also
 EYL2003
               PRACTICE AND      provide you with opportunities to explore a variety of currently published
                LEADERSHIP       research papers and evaluate the impact of research findings on different
                                 aspects of practice and leadership with the purpose of enabling you to
                                 identify your own areas of research interests. 2nd Semester
                                 Contexts of Leadership enables you to respond to change in the context of
                                 leading practice in Early Years settings in the current political and policy
                                 agenda. The module focuses on the expansion and transformation of Early
                CONTEXTS OF
 EYL3001                         Years settings. The difference between traditional Early Years practice and
                 LEADERSHIP
                                 the new national requirements within the Early Years Foundation Stage will
                                 be explored. Consideration will be given to the implications for leaders
                                 during this transformation. 1st Semester
                                 Leading and Managing Change equips you to respond to change in a positive
                                 manner through a facilitative framework of change management. The
                                 module will focus on leading and managing development and change within
                                 Early Years Settings. It will provide you with a reflective and evaluative
               LEADING AND
                                 review of the nature of developmental activities in Early Years settings and
 EYL3002        MANAGING
                                 the conceptual framework for the management of change. This framework
                 CHANGE
                                 will allow you to explore change in terms of human and other resources.
                                 Sources of change, both internal and external to the setting, will be explored
                                 and a range of strategies examined to allow you to build your own personal
                                 repertoire of change management strategies. Half Semester
                                 Quality in Early Years Settings: Developing an International Perspective
                                 develops your critical awareness, using a lens of international and multi-
              QUALITY IN EARLY
                                 national curricula, such as Reggio Emilia pre-schools and Steiner Waldorf
              YEARS SETTINGS:
                                 Schools. The principles and philosophies of a range of Early Years settings,
 EYL3003      DEVELOPING AN
                                 both in this country and internationally, will be explored and the potential
               INTERNATIONAL
                                 gains for children, families and their communities identified. The concept of
                 PERSPECTIVE
                                 the construct of childhood will be explored through the Early Years provision
                                 in a range of countries. 2nd Semester
                                 * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                                 trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                                 Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                                 is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                                 Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
                                 programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG1038           ISLAM
                                 which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                                 programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                                 qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                                 Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                                 Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                                 Languages or Science. 2nd Semester

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                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
               PLANNING AND
                               programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2003        TEACHING IN
                               which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                  ENGLISH
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
               SHAKESPEARE     programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2014
                 STUDIES       which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 2nd Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
                               programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2015       ROMANTICISM
                               which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
              HISTORY OF THE
                               programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2016          ENGLISH
                               which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                LANGUAGE
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester

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                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
                               programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2032          JUDAISM
                               which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
              OLD TESTMAENT    programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2033
                 THEORY        which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 2nd Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
                 BUDDHIST      programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG2034
                 DHARMA        which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester
                               * Qualified Teacher Status is recommended by Edge Hill University to
                               trainees who successfully complete the programme and meet the required
                               Professional Standards for the Award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and
                               is confirmed by the Secretary of State for Education at the end of the
                               Induction Year. The BA/BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS*
                CLASSROOM
                               programme is a professional honors degree of two or three years’ duration,
 SUG3003       ASSESSMENT IN
                               which prepares trainees to teach across the secondary age range. The
                  ENGLISH
                               programme comprises degree-level studies alongside a professional
                               qualification to gain an honors degree with a recommendation for QTS.
                               Trainees will specialise in one subject from Design and Technology, English,
                               Information Technology and Computing, Mathematics, Modern Foreign
                               Languages or Science. 1st Semester

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