The Higher National Diploma in Computing: Digital Forensics and Cybersecurity provides a programme of study that covers the understanding and practical skills required in the digital forensics, cybersecurity and cyber defense sectors. As the emerging technologies grows, so does the need for highly skilled and well-trained cybersecurity experts.
This course is designed to provide you with a range of skills, knowledge and experiences to prepare you for a career in this evolving industry. As security and privacy issues are becoming increasing threats you'll be on the front-line ready to deal with a wide range of risks and challenges. This course will prepare you to research and improve your skillset.
Gloucestershire College offers you an expert tutorial system, providing support to develop your professional and personal educational abilities. Also, the necessary qualities and attitudes required to attend to and adapt with the demands of this growing cybersecurity market.
What will I study?
- Computing Research Project and Networking (Core)
- Business Intelligence (Core)
- Cryptography (Security Pathway)
- Forensics (Security Pathway)
- Information Security Management (Security Pathway)
And 2 optional from
- Network Security
- Internet of Things
- Cloud Computing
- Emerging Technologies
(This list is not exhaustive)
The exact combination of units delivered can be discussed with students in the application stage.
If you need information about a loan for your fees and other related information, try The Student Loan Company www.slc.co.uk/services/higher-education.aspx Fees quoted on Gloscol website page are per year of study.
Please be aware we do require you to apply via UCAS https://www.ucas.com//apply .
Information you will need to complete your UCAS application is as follows:
The UCAS code for HND Computing & Systems Development is 100L
The UCAS institution code for Gloucestershire College is G45
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Please note that modules could be subject to change but any such changes, to module delivery, would be in consultation with the students.
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