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Course overview

This course will enable you to implement technology solutions in your organisation to develop new products and services and increase productivity using digital technologies.

There are three pathways of this Degree Apprenticeship:

• Software Engineering

• Data Analytics

• Network Engineering

Date
Tuesday, 01 January 2019

Course structure

For the first two years you’ll study the core range of subjects, with pathway specialism in years three and four. Modules are taught in week blocks at the University of Warwick and will be a mix of lectures, practical laboratories, seminars and tutorials. You will also have access to a Virtual Learning Environment for further support between blocks.

ASSESSMENT : Examinations and work-based learning assessments are integrated throughout the year, allowing for continuous assessment rather than end of year exams. The final year will involve an individual work-based project and presentation.

Date
Wednesday, 02 January 2019

Core modules

Year 1

Applied Maths-I

Smart Solutions Development - I (Programming)

Information Business Management Operations

Network Protocols and Infrastructure

Personal Skills for Professional Excellence

Year 2

Applied Maths - II

Smart Solutions Development - II (Databases)

Agile Project Management

Cyber Risks in Organisations

Information Systems for Business Processes

Years 3 and 4

There are a number of core and elective modules, depending on the pathway chosen. As a guide modules could include some of the following but please contact us for up to date information:

Business Analytics and Visualisation

Cyber Security Management of Information

Descriptive and Diagnostic Analytics - I

Descriptive & Diagnostic Analytics - II

Digital Engineering Lifecycle

Distributed Network Architectures

Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems

Industrial Mechatronics & Automation

Industrial Statistics

Industrial Vision & Processing

Internet of Things

Machine Intelligence

Network Routing and Switching Technologies

Network Security

Real Time Operating Systems

Software Development Life Cycle

User Experience & Applications Development

Year 4

Individual Work Based Project

Date
Thursday, 03 January 2019

Assessment

Examinations and work-based learning assessments are integrated throughout the year, allowing for continuous assessment rather than end of year exams. The final year will involve an individual work-based project and presentation.

Description

Developed in collaboration with employers in the engineering sector, this programme covers a range of topics including software programming, business operations, system analysis, data analytics and network infrastructure.

key-facts

Duration : 4 years Level : 6 (Undergraduate Degree)
Entry requirements : You will require a good standard in Maths A level plus one further Science, Engineering or Technology subject (e.g. A Level or equivalent). We encourage applicants with non-standard qualifications to contact us to discuss your eligibility. Companies also often have their own entry criteria and candidates are normally assessed via company led assessment centres.  Apprenticeship Standard : Digital and Technology Solutions Professional

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Ria Zach Jaymisha
Tom Katy Ash
Adam Beverley Jack
Diana Jasper Sophie