The Level 4 Diploma in Computing offers students two specialist pathways designed to suit each student’s preference and support progression into relevant occupational areas or on to further study. Therefore, helping to meet the needs of students, as well as the local skills and training needs.
Students develop essential thinking and study skills, not only within the computing domain, but also within the context of business through a balance of academic and vocational subjects.
The qualification will allow students to understand and enter the computing profession with the necessary knowledge expected within the industry and the ability to apply the skills to a range of computing-related functions.
For each specialist pathway, the entry requirements are as follows
Students who have successfully completed the following programmes (which are equivalent to the second year of a UK Bachelor’s degree) can progress as follows:
NCC Level 4 Diploma in Computing can progress on to:
NCC Level 4 Diploma in Computing (with Business Management) can progress on to:
NCC Education has recognition with over 70 universities in the UK, Ireland, Canada, USA and Australia, for students who want to complete their degree overseas at an international university campus.
NCC Diploma programmes offer students the opportunity to advance their studies and career options through structured progression pathways.
For more information and to explore progression routes, please visit the website: www.nccedu.com/qualifications/computing/ncceducation-level-5-diploma-in-computing-l5dc