By studying this Software Development with Java module at The Open University UK you will develop your ability to deliver software artefacts fit for a real-world organisational context, alongside a wide range of postgraduate skills.
Taking a practice-based approach based on an organisation you are familiar with, this module gives you the fundamental knowledge and understanding, coupled with analysis and synthesis skills that you need to develop a variety of software artefacts fit for a real-world organisational context.
You will also have an opportunity to investigate emerging trends in software development and acquire the personal development skills you will need to keep abreast of important developments in this rapidly changing field.
You can apply until:
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You need the following IELTS score:
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