Advance your knowledge of technologies and networking methods, build on your current qualifications with skills that employers value, and be ready for the contemporary workforce.
Consolidate industry standard contexts for project management approaches, and synthesise legal and ethical issues including scope of liability and digital rights management. Graduates can go on to pursue careers in various areas including electronics and communications technologies, computer system engineering, schools, and hospitals.
Four core subjects (12 credit points).
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