When Isaac saw the course outline, he knew it was for him

Isaac Allen, Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Computing (WD028)

Isaac Allen, Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Computing (WD028)

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Applied Computing student Isaac Allen says Waterford City played a big part in choosing to study at WIT

“For as long as I can remember I have had an interest in computing so naturally I thought the best course of action was to study computing. 

When I saw the outline for the course, Applied Computing, I knew that this was the course I wanted to study, especially since it seemed to cover such a broad spectrum of computing."

"Waterford City definitely played a part in choosing where to study. It's labelled a city but really it has a town atmosphere, as in, it doesn't seem to have the same congestion, hustle and bustle and generally seems like a more friendly location.

I also knew that the cost of living would be higher in bigger cities and the accommodation I would obtain there would not be as high of quality for the same price as in Waterford."

Study the Bachelor of Science Applied Computing at WIT

The Bachelor of Science Applied Computing is a four year honours degree course. It is the oldest degree in WIT, and has a solid and unrivalled reputation in the computing industry in Ireland. The main part of the course equips you with strong programming/systems development/problem solving skills. 

Students may choose between six different streams to study; Cloud Infrastructure, Games Development, Computer Forensics, Audio Technology, Information Systems and Embedded Systems. Students in this course are also offered a paid work placement in their third year of the programme.

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Wed Design, Systems Analysis and The Computing Industry.

Course Code: WD028

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