BSc (Hons) Computer Network Management and Security

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Key facts

  • Extensive PC and networked computer facilities with Internet access
  • A specialist computer laboratory dedicated to computer networking
  • The computing subject area is a recognised Cisco Academy. You have the opportunity to complete the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) qualification whilst studying for your degree
  • Cisco Systems state-of-the-art equipment is used in practical sessions
  • Accreditation is being sought for the honours degree from the British Computer Society (BCS) which would mean that you would gain exemption from part 1 and part 2 of the Society’s Professional Examinations
  • This course responds to identified skills gaps and you will develop the critical unde…

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Key facts

  • Extensive PC and networked computer facilities with Internet access
  • A specialist computer laboratory dedicated to computer networking
  • The computing subject area is a recognised Cisco Academy. You have the opportunity to complete the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) qualification whilst studying for your degree
  • Cisco Systems state-of-the-art equipment is used in practical sessions
  • Accreditation is being sought for the honours degree from the British Computer Society (BCS) which would mean that you would gain exemption from part 1 and part 2 of the Society’s Professional Examinations
  • This course responds to identified skills gaps and you will develop the critical understanding, knowledge and skills needed for successful employment
  • The university is home to CARDS, a centre for research into the digital society

You will learn how to work within commercial constraints. You will also develop transferable skills such as the ability to manage your own learning and personal and professional development; communicate effectively using a variety of communication methods; present and interpret numerical calculations appropriately; effective information retrieval skills (including the use of browsers, search engines, and online library catalogues); deploy IT facilities effectively and efficiently; to work independently and as part of a team with minimum guidance.

Typical course content

You will work on the design, installation and support of LANs (local-area networks), WANs (wide-area networks), internet and intranet systems. You will learn to provide day-to-day on site administrative support for software users in a variety of work environments, maintain network hardware and software, analyse problems, monitor networks, gather data to identify customer needs and then identify, interpret and evaluate system and network requirements.

Career opportunities

  • network manager
  • network analyst
  • systems administrator
  • computer security specialist
  • other computing related professions

Employability Glyndŵr University is committed to ensuring all of our graduates are well-equipped for the world of work.

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