UCAS Code G510
Our Business Computing course is ideal for setting you up for a career in developing IT solutions to support business needs.
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With our Business Computing course, you’ll examine how critical computers are to business and learn how you can create computing solutions to support a range of business needs. As part of your studies, you’ll develop basic knowledge of designing and building software systems and grow a broad base of skills through a combination of theory and practice. The skills you’ll learn will be highly valued by employers - whether in the software industry itself, or in a wider and more strategic context developing IT solutions for any business.
We’ll help you build strong links with industry, and, during Year 3, you’ll have the option to take part in either a three-month summer placement or a one-year placement. You’ll also have the opportunity to study abroad through our exchange programmes.
BSc (Hons) graduates are fully accredited by the British Computer Society for the educational requirements of being a Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP), which is the Society’s professional member level.
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Read Anna's storyI chose Stirling because it's one of the few universities that offered a course in both business and computer science. On top of that, the campus is incredible and a fun place to be.