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Advanced Mobile Development (HIGH3310)
The module aims to cover no-code and low-code UI/UX design principles for mobile devices, mobile application development techniques, use of in-premises and cloud-based development tools, manual and automated testing strategies, and the evaluation of mobile apps. Students will work towards developing a cross-platform mobile app that targets platforms such as Android and IOS devices.
Cloud Computing Administration (HIGH3311)
This module examines current cloud computing infrastructure and the successful development and management of systems within this environment. Students will develop knowledge of the key cloud providers, key components of Cloud Computing Administration, development of a business standard cloud solution and have the opportunity to sit relevant cloud computing professional qualifications
Modern Web Applications (HIGH3312)
Web development and applications are constantly evolving and industry practices continually changing. Students will focus on the challenges developers face and how to meet these challenges whilst also considering current and new security threats. In response to this, students will produce a high-quality web app whilst ensuring thorough testing is implemented throughout the whole process and across a range of areas
Individual Honours Project (HIGH3308)
The aim of the module is to highlight the culmination of skills and learning that students have attained during their program – work placements can be utilised as an initial research area to identify industry practices and challenges. The overarching goal is application of relevant skills to a specific, significant challenge or problem in an area that students are particularly interested in
FinTech Security (HIGH3309)
This module examines the dilemma businesses are facing with the transition from traditional technologies and practices used within the financial sector into the modern cloud-based era. Students will develop an understanding of the potential threats and challenges faced with migrating to the cloud. Students will setup, configure, and secure a cloud-based system and will provide recommendations for maintaining its security
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How to apply
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Highlands College, Jersey
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Partner college open days
This course is run at one of our partner colleges. Open days are held at the college and more details of these can be found on the college website. You'll find contact details below, on this page.
University of Plymouth open days
You are also very welcome to attend a University of Plymouth open day, to get a flavour of the courses you can progress to from a partner college. There will however be limited information on this specific course and college.
Studying with Highlands College Jersey
Overlooking the bustling town of St Helier on the beautiful Channel Island of Jersey, 1,050 full-time students choose to further their education and vocational training with us.