#Computer Networks Degree in London
The thing I like most about computer networks is that the skills we are developing are those that employers within the industry are looking for Mehmet Kadir, BSc Computer Networks
The field of computer networks is a multi-faceted one with exciting job prospects. By choosing our course, you will be able to achieve excellence in the design and implementation of networks, and gain industry recognised certifications such as Cisco’s CCNA and CCNP.
Why study BSc Computer Networks at Middlesex?
- Computer Networks (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Computer Systems Architecture and Operating Systems (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Fundamentals of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Programming for Data Communication and Problem Solving (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Advanced Connection of Network Devices (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Data Communications (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Protocols and Network Performance Simulation (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Research Methodology and Professional Project Development (30 Credits) (Compulsory)
- Advanced Networks Design and Security 30 Credits (Compulsory)
- Individual Project 30 Credits (Compulsory)
- Distributed Systems 30 Credits (Optional)
- Network Analysis and Troubleshooting 30 Credits (Optional)
- Network Management: Design and Support 30 Credits (Optional)
- Wireless LANs and Mobile Computing 30 Credits (Optional)
What will you study?
The course explores the principles of up-to-date network systems and focuses on key operational and technical aspects. You will gain the practical competencies in network design and the development of mobile internet applications and services. You will have the opportunity to put what you’ve learned to practical use and make valuable industry contacts; even more so if you decide to complete a work experience placement in your second year.
What will you gain?
Core modules such as Data Communications, Computer Networks, and Programming and Problem Solving for Communications are covered in this course. You will learn how to deploy practical techniques in the development of a range of network systems and internet level applications from the very start of your studies.
You can find out more about this course in the programme specification.