Subject areas and courses
The School of Computing and Engineering offers a wide variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Each course is designed to help you to further your chosen career in these growing sectors. At our School, we teach with your future in mind, and our tutors and lecturers are on hand to advise you on the next step of your career.
- Applied project management
- Applied sound engineering
- Built environment
- Civil and environmental engineering
- Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology Solutions
- Digital audio engineering
- Electrical and electronic engineering
- Information Technology Management for Business (ITMB)
- Mathematics and statistics
- Short courses
This course contextualises the practice of project management within specific sectors and provides you with the skills and competencies required to fulfil their business and organisational needs. Three distinct pathways are available: Environment, Computing and Enterprise Management.
Through the course's multidisciplinary approach you will develop skills in the user end applications of recording, sound design and audio post-production, and also in the engineering areas of electronics, digital signal processing and acoustics.
The Build Environment courses are for those who want to pursue a professional career in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry and want to become building designers and technologists, project managers and professional building surveyors.
Our professionally accredited Civil and Environmental Engineering courses equip you with core engineering knowledge which underpins our quality of life while addressing global challenges.
Our computing courses cover theory, practice and applications of computer science and information systems. They develop knowledge, practical skills and understanding of computer systems from both a hardware and software perspective.
The Degree Apprenticeship in Digital and Technology Solutions is a fully integrated honours degree with a full time apprenticeship to facilitate both academic learning and on-the-job practical training.
Modules in Digital Audio Engineering are combined to help students enter a unique and innovate industry. Students will explore theory as well as problem analysis in order to apply their knowledge to real life situations.
Electrical and Electronic engineering is fast becoming a highly employable career, providing a wide range of opportunities not only in mainstream engineering but also in industries such as IT, Finance and Management.
Our IT Management for Business degree aims to produce IT graduates with the skills to accelerate the growth of the digital economy – and who are capable of making a real contribution to their employer within a few months of graduation.
Mathematics and Statistics provide the fundamental theory and methods you will need to apply this degree in fields such as finance, science, computing, insurance, government and other areas of business.
Our short courses are designed to provide employers and employees with opportunities to engage with leading edge thinking and technology in a format that is accessible and convenient.