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2014/15 Technology an introduction

Location Magee
Level Undergraduate
Credit Points 5
Start Date The course can be started at any time

The Programme

The Summer School is aimed at children aged 14 to 16. It lasts a week during which, pupils gain experience in a number of areas in computing and engineering. By the end of the week they will have built their own websites, complete with graphics and hyperlinks to other areas on the Internet. They will also have programmed an NXT LEGO robot to perform various tasks and created their own simple smart phone application using App Inventor. The Summer School enables pupils to sample a range of technology areas in a helpful and informal setting, prior to embarking on a future course of study.
The summer school is aimed at students aged 14-16 interested in studying Computer Science and Engineering at University Level

Delivery

"Requires on-campus attendance in blocks/set number of days (if selected

Location

Magee

Credits

This course is worth 5 credits, should you wish to accumulate credit towards an award.

Cost

Please contact FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk for information on fees.


These undergraduate short courses sit within the Certificate of Personal and Professional Development (CPPD), which lets you study a variety of accredited modules (from 5 to 20 credits), regardless of your previous qualifications or experience.

CPPD modules are totally flexible study as many or as few as you want, with no time limit. Once you're accumulated 60 credits, you will be awarded an Undergraduate Certificate in Personal and Professional Development from the University.

Of course, the modules can also be studied as standalone courses.


How do I apply?

The following page explains the Undergraduate short course application procedure.