Study Pattern: Computing and Information Technologies University Advanced Diploma (online)

On this page, you will find the study pattern for our University Advanced Diploma in Computing and Information Technologies online programme.

These study patterns highlight the modules that you will need study over the next 12 months. Please note that all students are required to re-enrol at the start of every academic year in September and so within your enrolment you can only choose modules for the current academic year.  

The scheduled modules for the remainder of your programme (outlined below) are based on the current plan, however, the order of these may be subject to change. Should any changes be made, we will communicate this to you as soon as possible.   

If you have any queries, please contact the Enrolment team on +44 (0)1332 594000 (option 4) or email UDOLenrolment@derby.ac.uk.

Pace of your study
For students completing the programme at the standard rate of study, the required minimum number of study time is 20 hours per week. 

UAD Computing and Information Technologies - standard rate with September start

Study PatternAutumnSpringSummer
Year 1 Computing Technologies in Society
(6CC544)
20 credits
Option B Module*
20 credits
Option C Module**
20 credits

*Option B Modules: Network Management and Security (6CC547); Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking: An Introduction (6CC548)
**Option C Modules: Web Development: Creating Effective Applications (6CC549); Software Engineering: Creating Quality Products (6CC550); Internet of Things: An Introduction (6CC551)

On this page, you will find the study pattern for our University Advanced Diploma in Computing and Information Technologies online programme.

These study patterns highlight the modules that you will need study over the next 12 months. Please note that all students are required to re-enrol at the start of every academic year in September and so within your enrolment you can only choose modules for the current academic year.  

The scheduled modules for the remainder of your programme (outlined below) are based on the current plan, however, the order of these may be subject to change. Should any changes be made, we will communicate this to you as soon as possible.   

If you have any queries, please contact the Enrolment team on +44 (0)1332 594000 (option 4) or email UDOLenrolment@derby.ac.uk.

Pace of your study
For students completing the programme at the standard rate of study, the required minimum number of study time is 20 hours per week. 

University Advanced Diploma Computing and Information Technologies - standard rate with January start

Study PatternSpringSummerAutumn
Year 1 Computing Technologies in Society
(6CC544)
20 credits
Option C Module*
20 credits
Option A Module*
20 credits

*Option A Modules: Distributed Applications and Web Services (6CC545); Database Fundamentals (6CC546)
*Option C Modules:
Web Development: Creating Effective Applications (6CC549); Software Engineering: Creating Quality Products (6CC550); Internet of Things: An Introduction (6CC551)

On this page, you will find the study pattern for our University Advanced Diploma in Computing and Information Technologies online programme.

These study patterns highlight the modules that you will need study over the next 12 months. Please note that all students are required to re-enrol at the start of every academic year in September and so within your enrolment you can only choose modules for the current academic year.  

The scheduled modules for the remainder of your programme (outlined below) are based on the current plan, however, the order of these may be subject to change. Should any changes be made, we will communicate this to you as soon as possible.   

If you have any queries, please contact the Enrolment team on +44 (0)1332 594000 (option 4) or email UDOLenrolment@derby.ac.uk.

Pace of your study
For students completing the programme at the standard rate of study, the required minimum number of study time is 20 hours per week. 

University Advanced Diploma Computing and Information Technologies - standard rate with May start

Study PatternSummerAutumnSpring
Year 1 Computing Technologies in Society
(6CC544)
20 credits
Option A Module*
20 credits
Option B Module*
20 credits

*Option A Modules: Distributed Applications and Web Services (6CC545); Database Fundamentals (6CC546)
*Option B Modules:
Network Management and Security (6CC547); Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking: An Introduction (6CC548)