The BSc (Hons) Computing degree aims to provide you with a broad-based knowledge of the fundamental aspects of computing, the development of computer softwares and the application of computing to practical problems. As a Computing graduate you will have sufficient experience, knowledge and understanding to allow you to analyse and model computing applications in a range of areas. You will also have strong technical skills to design, develop, and maintain computer softwares. These include internet systems, databases, computer networks, and embedded systems. In contrast with the Computer Science degree within the same department, although we share some modules, the distinctive characteristic of this degree is that it focuses on practical side of the Computing discipline, and it covers hands-on techniques on programming, system design, and system administration. The Computing degree is planned to have two pathways (subject to approval) from 2013: the Software Engineering pathway and the Enterprise pathway. The difference between these two pathways is that the former emphasises more on technical contents while the later emphasises more on business contents.