|UCAS course code||I100|
|Location||Truro and Penwith College|
Client-Server Scripting (TRUR1106)
Students studying this module will learn how to design and build web sites using (X)HTML, CSS, Query and php. By using these scripting languages in both a client and server side context students will be able to gain the knowledge necessary to produce fully functional code delivering a standalone solution or support previous developments in an upgrading or trouble shooting capacity.
Students studying this module will learn the fundamentals of relational database design. They will develop an understanding of Structured Query Language and develop skills in its use.
Problem Solving and Programming (TRUR1168)
This module introduces problem solving techniques, and shows how these will lead into the development of algorithms using pseudocode and from there into a programming language. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between problem, their solutions, and code.
Digital Media Concepts (TRUR1192)
To provide students with the skills, practical and conceptual to construct creative digital media using a variety of digital assets.
This module introduces students to the foundation topics underlying the design and implementation of Networks, the topics covered will include the OSI model, media, LAN & WAN concepts, technologies, cabling, routing, addressing and protocols.
Computer Systems (TRUR1268)
Students studying this module will learn about the operation and structure of the hardware and software components of modern digital computer systems. Issues of maintenance and security will be addressed.
Object Oriented Programming (TRUR2110)
This module introduces students to the concepts and practice of Object Oriented Programming. Through a largely practical approach, students will learn how to develop applications in Java.
Project management and group project (TRUR2112)
This module aims to teach methods of planning for a project and to monitor its status as it progresses through its lifecycle. A group-based project assigned by the College, which will involve a third party use; the project will constitute 50% of the module mark.
Network Services (TRUR2113)
Students studying this module will develop an understanding of a range of network services that support modern business processes. Students will learn how to install, configure and monitor servers in a local area network environment.
Shell Programming and Scripting (TRUR2114)
Managing IT (TRUR2172)
IT Security Forensics (TRUR2266)
This module introduces students to the detection, diagnosis, prevention and reporting of attacks on computer systems and networks
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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.
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