BSc Computing and Information Technologies

BSc Computing and Information Technologies

All our undergraduate programmes follow our 2+1 system, studying for two years in Istanbul and one year in the UK.  The last year of this course will be studied at the University of Derby in the UK.

Developed by specialists, the BSc Computing and Information Technologies is designed to teach you about diverse cutting-edge issues, events and digital developments.

Using research, case studies and practical projects the course allows you to deepen your knowledge of computing technologies in society. The programme will give you an understanding of the crucial skills which underpin the duties and responsibilities of today’s computing professionals.

All courses are taught by highly skilled instructors who have mastery in the field

Year 1

  • Programming (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Networking  (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Professional Practice  (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Database Design and Development (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Security  (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Managing a Successful Computing Project  (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Computer Systems Architecture (Optional, 15 Credits)
  • Maths for Computing (Optional, 15 Credits)

Year 2

  • Computing Research Project (Core, 30 Credits)
  • Data Structures & Algorithms (Specialist, 15 Credits)
  • Applied Programming and Design Principles (Specialist, 15 Credits)
  • Discrete Maths (Specialist, 15 Credits)
  • Information Security Management (Optional, 15 Credits)
  • Application Development (Optional, 15 Credits)
  • Advanced Programming (Core, 15 Credits)
  • Business Intelligence (Specialist, 15 Credits)
  • Network Management (Optional, 15 Credits)

Progressing to year 3 is subject to the successful completion of the first 2 years at Axcel, meeting the university entry requirements and achieving an overall grade Merit or higher.

Year 3

  • Computing Technologies in Society
  • Research Project

In addition to 3 optional 20-credit modules in your preferred area of Computing and Information Technologies.

Further course details at the University of Derby Website

Throughout the Computing and Information Technologies programme, you will learn essential skills needed to become a computing professional, capable of working in roles such as software developer, systems administrator and network engineer.

You will have the ability to use key software and technologies required by computing professionals as well as the confidence and ability to learn new skills related to computing to suit your future career.

AgeMust be over the age of 16 to gain access onto the Programme
Educational QualificationFoundation year or GCE equivalent
English ProficiencyMinimum IELTS UKVI 5.5 or Pass Axcel English Proficiency Test (AEPT)

Please refer to our entry terms for more details


The purpose of assessment is to ensure that effective learning has taken place of the content of each unit. Evidence of this learning, or the application of the learning, is required for each unit.

Assessments will consist of a combination of presentations, formal reports, and practical tasks. In the final year, one third of the assessment is for a personal project.

Progression Opportunities

Progression from this qualification may well be into or within employment in the IT and computing sectors where learners may work towards membership of the British Computer Society.

The programme offers a progression route to the professional qualifications offered by the British Computer Society (BCS). You may also choose to continue onto postgraduate education.

Our qualification is accepted by the Australian Immigration Office.

Where can this qualification take you?

This course will give you all of the skills and knowledge you need to get work in a range of roles including:

  • IT Security
  • Project manager
  • Web and desktop application development
  • Chief technology officer


Duration 3 Years
Skill level Undergraduate
Language English
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