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Throughout this BEng (Hons) Software Engineering from Bolton – 18 months, students will encounter realistic scenarios that will prepare them for life after university. This is true not only for the technical areas studied, but also for the output required of students, such as technical proposals or management reports.
Much of the coursework that students complete is project-based and frequently requires group work. Successful and productive teamwork is a necessary component of modern software engineering.
Since software engineering and application development are international businesses, they are not geographically restricted. The BEng (Hons) Software Engineering from Bolton – 18 months course examines issues such as culture, socialisation, and localisation, as well as international computer and communication standards.
This course help you to:
New graduates in software engineering frequently begin as programmers and work their way up to positions of greater responsibility, such as architect or project manager.
Jobs directly related to a degree in software engineering include game development, system development, web design and development, search engine optimisation, information systems management, and business analysis. Additionally, there are numerous career opportunities in fields such as business, engineering, health care, gaming, publishing, information technology, retail, education, medicine, aerospace, and cyber security.
This BEng (Hons) Software Engineering – 18 months programme is available in two duration modes:
Graduates can use the qualification as a stepping-stone into a range of other careers. For some of these roles, relevant experience and postgraduate study may be required. Roles include:
Learners must possess:
Successful completion of Stage 1 leads to progression to Stage 2
To complete this degree you will need to complete a total of 120 credits. This will be made up from the below units.
Please note that the modules are subject to change – we review the content of our courses regularly, making changes where necessary to improve your experience and graduate prospects.