Our BSc (Hons) Computer Networking degree is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of how networks operate, how they are designed and implemented, and how to troubleshoot them when issues. You will become knowledgeable about the latest advances in networking technology and gain practical experience of working with real-world networks.
The University of Wolverhampton builds on years of esteemed Computer Science teaching to examine the day-to-day necessities of Networking and computer technology. The BSc (Hons) Computer Networking degree is taught by our School of Mathematics and Computer Science team, you will develop your knowledge of local area networks to national and international systems, understanding real-life networking equipment with all its associated risks and their countermeasures. Your comprehension of different networks and ubiquitous computing will deftly prepare you for specialised networking careers, while broader problem solving, analysis and design skills practised through course activities will prove vital to a wide range of careers. Computer networking is an engaging, technical subject, and your passion for it assure your contribution to the global, networked community will be a positive one.