HNC Computing

Course Content

In a world where just about everything is digital, there is an increased need for skilled workers to support a growing digital economy. The HNC Computing is a broad-spectrum course that will provide you with a good foundation in a range of computing related disciplines to prepare you for progression on to an HND, university or related work within the Computing Industry. You will gain knowledge and skills in areas related to Software Development, Computer Networking, Web design, Linux Operating Systems and Cyber Security. Delivery is on a full-time basis to include lectures, practical tutorials and self-study sessions. 

Entry Requirements

Four relevant National 5 or equivalent at level A/B plus two relevant Highers (C or above). Alternatively, a Computing Related Foundation Apprenticeship or a Computing Related certificate course with all credits and B grade achieved in Computing Project. Mature applicants with relevant experience are assessed individually for suitability. All applicants will be invited to a two-stage interview selection process. Suitable references are also a requirement. 

Method of Assessment

Internal unit assessments are continuous throughout the course with a final exam at the end of the year. 

Future Prospects

Progression to HND Computing Science, HND Software Development or HND Networking. Pathways to related degree programmes. Excellent prospects for a successful career in the Computing and Technology sector. 

Course Overview
  • Study Type

    Full Time

  • Campus

    Arbroath Campus

  • Start Date

    13 Sep 2021

  • SCQF Level


  • Duration

    32 Weeks

  • Subject Area

    Computing & Creative Media

  • Tuition fees may be paid for full-time students in Scotland subject to meeting residency requirements, applications should be made to the appropriate funding body. International Students please refer to our International fees page

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