Online BSc in Technology Studies in Lesotho

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Technology Studies

A Bachelor of Science is a degree that is perfect for students who want to improve their practical knowledge and work experience. Receiving a BSc may help lead students to greater personal and professional opportunities.

Although technology may seem like a contemporary development, humans have been using technology since they began converting natural resources into tools. For example, the understanding of fire and its use in prehistoric cooking could be considered a facet of technology.

There are very limited opportunities for higher education in Lesotho, though this is destined to change in upcoming years. The local government has implemented several programs to increase interest in education and literacy levels have been increasing since these programs were put into place.

Online Bachelor of Science in Technology Studies in Lesotho

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BSc (Hons) in Computing

Botho University
Online Full time 54 months February 2018 Lesotho Lesotho Online

The Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing is targeted at those wishing to enter the Information Technology (IT) sector as Software Engineers, Network Engineers, Game Developers, Network Administrators, Database Designers, Database Administrators, Web Designers, Teachers/Lecturers, System Administrators, Graphic Designers and IT Managers, to name a few. [+]

The Bachelor of Science Honours in Computing is targeted at those wishing to enter the Information Technology (IT) sector as Software Engineers, Network Engineers, Game Developers, Network Administrators, Database Designers, Database Administrators, Web Designers, Teachers/Lecturers, System Administrators, Graphic Designers and IT Managers, to name a few.

Programme details: The programme consists of core (required) and elective modules as detailed below. Some modules may have pre-requisites (i.e. may require the student to pass another module or set of modules first). The number at the end of the module in parenthesis indicates the credit load of the module. 1 credit is equal to 10 hours of learning (guided, inclass and independent combined); therefore a 10-credit module requires on average 100 hours of learning from the student. B.Sc. (Hons) in Computing has three specialisation areas including: Software Engineering (SE), Network & Infrastructure Management (NW&IM) and General.... [-]