The BSc (Hons) in Computing (Data Analytics and Big Data) is intended to position graduates for recruitment into positions in the areas of:
- Data manager
- Data analyst
- Database engineer
- Database support engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Big Data Engineer
- Data architect
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- Database developer
- SQL Database Administrator
- NoSQL database administrator
- MySQL database administrator
- SQL Analyst
- Data Warehouse Engineer
This four-year, full-time course is divided into 9 required modules in Years 1 and 2. In Year 3, students will complete a 10-month internship. In year 4, students will complete 4 modules and a final project.
BSc (Hons) Computing (Data Analytics and Big Data) students specialize in Data Analytics and Big Data. A key focus of the program is to provide graduates with a systematic understanding of the principles, theory, and application of computer science.
The BSc (Hons) in Computing (Data Analytics and Big Data) program has been prepared in accordance with current developments within the ICT sector and is based on feedback from government stakeholders and employers. A key feature of the proposed program is its increased focus on employability.
As mentioned, an interesting feature of this program is that it incorporates a basic 10-month job placement.
Through this job placement, graduates of this program will have the opportunity to gain the practical experience and skills required in relation to program content that should ensure a smooth transition. problems and further progression within the workplace after completing the final year of the program.