If programming is your passion, then this course will enable you to develop your interest to the full. There continues to be a steady demand from industry and commerce for well-qualified software engineers. In fact, according to eSkills UK, there will be a shortage in the next ten years.
The demand from industry and commerce for suitably qualified software engineers continues to show a healthy expansion. This software engineering degree seeks to meet that need by producing graduates with the precise combination of skills required to design and develop robust, efficient, high quality software.
Why choose this course?
It is accredited by the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT to Chartered Engineer (CEng) and IT Professional (CITP) status.
There's an opportunity for a year-long paid work placement with prestigious companies such as GE Consumer Finance and IBM.
You will have access to contact and share ideas with other computer games students throughout the country through our own Computer Society.
This course shares a common first year with BSc (Hons) Computer Science and BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Games Technology) allowing you the flexibility to review your pathway once you've started studying.
You will have access to ultra modern facilities, equipment and software.
Our student work can be groundbreaking, innovative and consistently attracts industry attention.
You will work with our highly regarded academics, who are active in a broad range of research areas, achieving 80% world-leading or internationally excellent research impact (REF 2014).
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BSc (Hons) Information Systems
BSc (Hons) Computing
MComp (Hons) Computer Science
MComp (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering
What our students say
"Nottingham Trent University is an amazing place to study, combining quality learning and a degree at the end with a brilliant social life and excellent sporting facilities."
Simon Gilmurray, BSc (Hons) Software Engineering