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Computing is a very general term used to describe the study, development, and usage of all aspects of computers.
This course provides a range of computing skills, from computer programming which involves instructing computers, to computer architecture which studies how to install and maintain computers. In addition, the programme covers the management skills required to work in and manage modern IT organisations. All students must complete a major project which may be industry related.
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It is projected that students who enter third level colleges this year are likely to find there are more professional computing jobs available when they graduate than there are computing graduates to fill them.
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