PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION - Postgraduate Programme QAA Expectation: A2.2: Degree-awarding bodies maintain a definitive record of each programme and qualification that they approve (and subsequent changes to it) which constitutes the reference point for delivery and assessment of the programme, its monitoring and review, and for the provision of records of study to students and alumni. The programme specification is the primary source of information relating the programme. The programme specification forms a central document for students, employers and staff. It should be written from the perspective of the student.
Work both individually and as a member of a team, recognising different team roles and multi-cultural environmental issues
Communicate balanced judgements effectively (in writing and verbally) at the appropriate business and technical level with users, management, customers and technical specialists, justifying work in the content of wider theories and practice, including when considering incomplete or ambiguous data
Work in the development and operation of computing systems
Act in a professional and ethical manner in the development and use of computing systems
Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attributes to take leading roles within the computer science industry and will have developed highly transferrable skills that promote employability and lifelong learning
Satisfy the educational requirements of the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered IT Professional (CITP). You will be prepared to progress to full Chartered IT Professional (CITP) status after gaining the necessary professional experience.