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FdSc COMPUTING


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH PETROC: HEB009 UCAS: G401 PETROC: HET003 UCAS: G401


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


Are you interested in becoming a computer specialist? In this flexible course you will gain a solid understanding of fundamental computing principles as well as skills in programming, web development, mobile applications, networking and security which can be applied in a professional job role.


You will study a range of modules, including Academic and Professional Skills, Web Design and Development, Security Fundamentals, Mobile Applications and User Experience, Enterprise Networks and Cloud Services, Object Oriented Programming, and, Emerging Technologies. Our approach focuses on problem- solving, lifelong learning and integrating theory with practical experience.


You will be assessed in a variety of ways with written assignments, in-class tests and individual and group presentations and projects.


PROGRESSION


On successful completion, students may be able to progress to the third year of the BSc (Hons) Computing at the University of Plymouth. Please note that there is a deadline for progression applications and places may be subject to availability.


JANUARY/FEBRUARY STARTS AVAILABLE PROGRESSION


Successful FdA students may be able to progress to Stage 3 of the BA (Hons) Music at the University of Plymouth, subject to an application deadline date and availability. Applications must be made within three years.


LOCATION KEY:


UNIVERSITY CENTRE, BRANNAMS NORTH DEVON CAMPUS


34 MID DEVON CAMPUS


FIND OUT MORE ONLINE PETROC.AC.UK


FdA CONTEMPORARY MUSICIANSHIP


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH PETROC: HEB024 UCAS: W310


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


This exciting and dynamic course will develop your practical skills and knowledge as a musician. You will be taught to enhance and support these skills in a broader context including organising, managing, recording and presenting your own music, and marketing it using varied methods. The course has close links with local and national events and music management companies, giving you the best chance at getting your foot in the door of the music industry.


You will study a wide range of modules, including Styles and Techniques, Professional Musicianship, and Artist Development.


Stage 1 introduces professional and developmental skills to enable you to progress your ability as a musician, develop your knowledge of music theory, the music business, performance techniques, and music production skills.


Stage 2 will develop the skills you learnt in Stage 1 by enabling you to develop as an entrepreneurial musician, progressing skills in areas such as events management, on-stage performance, artist development, professional practice and composition.


You will have access to an 800-capacity live music and arts venue, individual workstations, state-of-the-art recording studios, and rehearsal booths.


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