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Information Management

Learn to:
  • Apply cyber security concepts and principles in the design of a data model from user requirements
  • Demonstrate the implementation of a data model in a relational database, retaining all necessary data associations and appropriately addressing security, scalability, and performance issues.

Why is this important?

Information management is primarily concerned with:

  • the capture, digitisation, representation, organisation, transformation, and presentation of information
  • algorithms for efficient and effective access and updating of stored information
  • data modelling and abstraction
  • and physical file storage techniques

Cyber security has to be embedded within information management.


Module content will cover:

  • information management concepts
  • database systems
  • data modelling
  • relational databases
  • access control

Delivery and assessment

10 half-day sessions will be regularly spaced across Year 2. Within each half day session, there will be a mix of lecture, tutorial and practical activity.

Assessment is 50% coursework and 50% examination for this module.

Essential information

Entry Requirements
A level: AAB (STEM subjects preferred)
IB: 36 points (STEM subjects preferred), with a minimum of 4 in English


Degree of Bachelor of Science (BSc)

3 years full time (30 weeks per academic year)

Tuition fees
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How to apply Undergraduate admissions