Develop skills in analysis, design and development of software systems. You’ll also gain management skills for computing careers in business environments. Computer software technology is now a thoroughly integrated part of most business and government organisations. This course combines the majority of our mainstream Computer Science course with specially selected units from the School of Management. You’ll learn about software innovation in context and contemporary management practices. Your studies will enhance the main technical and mathematical topics of computer science with an introduction to core business topics, taught by the School of Management. In the first two years you’ll gain a solid theoretical foundation on the study of computer science and practical methods for designing, developing and validating software systems. Business topics include the study of organisations and their management. You will also look at business strategy to appreciate the role and impact of computer systems within organisations. In the final year you can choose from a range of optional units in computer science and management to match your future career plans. You’ll graduate with a unique set of skills and knowledge which you can use to analyse, design, develop and deploy effective computer-based systems. Professional recognition/accreditation This course is accredited by EQANIE (European Quality Computer Science Assurance Network for Informatics Education).