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Computer and software engineering involves developing new software and hardware for computers by combining the skills of both electronic engineering and computer science. They design, produce and test programmes, networks, chips, and processors.
This course covers topics such as computer design principles, data communications, electronic manufacturing systems, computer hardware and software, and image and sound processing. Practical work includes the design and implementation of hardware, software and integrated systems, fault finding, and the use of software packages for design and analysis.
Careers or Further Progression...
a design and test technician working on image or sound processing,
a field service technician installing computer systems or networking systems equipment in industry,
a sales technician negotiating with industrialclients for the purchase of computer systems,
a process technician responsible for quality control in the production of computer equipment such as disk drives or computer chips.
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