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BSc Computing and Information Systems

This page contains all the academic material I produced while studying at the University of West London (UWL) during the years 2009 to 2012. I finally graduated from UWL 28 November 2012 obtaining a First Class degree in Computing and Information Systems

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Manuel Munoz Soria, November 2012

Year 3

BSc (Hons) Computing and Information Systems [?]

Module A: Advanced Databases [?]

-Element 1: Practical exercises

-Element 2: Research report

-Element 3: Case study

-Element 4: Exam [no resource available]

Module B: Development Methodologies [?]

-Element 1: Group work

-Element 2: Individual report

-Element 3: Exam [no resource available]

Module C: Project Preparation [?]

-Element 1: Project Proposal Form

-Element 2: Portfolio of Exercises

-Element 3: Presentation

-Element 4: Literature Review

Module D: IT Industry [80]

-Element 1: Report

-Element 2: Graduate IT jobs

-Element 3: Shell case study

Module E: Applied Software Engineering

 

-Assessment 1: Report

-Assessment 2: Exam [no resource available]

 

-Assessment 1: Poster Presentation

Module F: Project

-Element 3: Exam [no resource available]

 

-Element 3: Exam [no resource available]

 

-Element 3: Exam [no resource available]

Module G: IS Project Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Year 2

FdSc Computing and Information Systems (Foundation Degree) [78.3]

Module A: Professional IT [81]

-Element 1: Portofolio of exercises

A number of excersices needed to complete this module

-Element 2: Career Path

My planned career path at the year of 2010

-Element 3: CV

-Element 4: Legal, ethical issues of chosen career

Module B: User Requirement Specification [78]

-Element 1: Requirements gathering

-Element 2: Task description and analysis

-Element 3: Low fidelity prototype and Individual report

Module C: Object Oriented Modelling [65]

-Element 1: Modelling UML Group Work

-Element 2: Modelling UML Individual

Module D: Database Design & Management [78]

-Element 1: Database design Group Work

-Element 2 and 3: Database implementation and report

-Element 4: Exam [no resource available]

Module E: Commercial Systems Management (Cisco) [88]

CCNA Semester 3 - Technical Diary

CCNA Semester 4 - Technical Diary

CCNA Technical Research Report (VLANs)

CCNA Reflective Report

Module F: Negotiated Work & Project Based Learning [77]

-Assignment 1: Develop a learning contract

-Assignment 2: Final report

 

Year 1

FdSc Computing and Information Systems (Foundation Degree) [78.8]

Module A: Introduction to Internet Technology [67]

-Element 1: Building a website

A very basic practical example of HTML and JavaScript. Click here to download the zip file

-Element 2: Exam [no resource available]

-Element 3: Website Design Specification

Contain the headlines and considerations of what should be analysed on a website at level 4 of academic level

-Element 4: Website Development

Again, a very basic approach to website development and the requirements needed

Module B: Commercial Systems Management (Cisco) [86]

-CCNA Semester 1 - Technical Diary

Technical diary for semester 1 of the Cisco module; includes the section Routing Protocols and Concepts of the CCNA Exploration 4 material

-CCNA Semester 2 - Technical Diary

Technical diary for semester 2 of the Cisco module; includes the section Routing Protocols and Concepts of the CCNA Exploration 4 material

-CCNA Reflective Report

Introspective reflections of my first year at the University, then know as Thames Valley University

Module C: Personal & Problem Solving Skills [71]

-Element 1: Reflective Diary

My first piece of academic work produced while studying at UWL, with a touch of restrospective thought at the end ;-)

-Element 2: Investigation Report + Seminar Exercises

Examples of Learning Styles (VARK Model, memletics), SMART objectives, warrants and rebuttals

Module D: Fundamentals of Software Development [74]

-Element 1: Payroll Application Part 1

The beginning of a Visual Basic application with a simplistic stating point of code

-Element 2: Payroll Application Part 2

The same Visual Basic application again with a tiny bit of code added, mainly integer formulas

-Element 3: Payroll Application Part 3

Global variables added, together with more subroutines and informative comments

-Element 4: Payroll Application Documentation

Final version of the VB application and the documentation needed for the program structure, operations and main procedures

Module E: Negotiated Work & Project Based Learning [96]

-Assignment 1: Learning Contract Definition

Initial steps of the learning contract that specifies the goals and activities to be done. RM CC4 upgrade is taken as main subject

-Assignment 2: Learning Contract Final Report

Final output of the learning contract containing the deliveries, the methodologies = strategies used