School of Computing Short Learning Programmes (SLPs)

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Reason for Short Learning Programmes

Many employees find themselves in the computer industry without formal qualifications. They typically received in-service training in the "technology of the day", which becomes obsolete within a short period of time. Enterprises are aware of this, and prefer that employees are educated in the fundamentals of the discipline.

The aim of the School of Computing's short learning programmes is to provide an environment where students can study the underlying principles of a particular field of interest and be rewarded with a UNISA certificate upon successful completion of the course. Some courses focus strongly on practical issues with various sessions of training while other courses focus on the theoretical principles forming the basis of a particular field.

SLPs offered

Applied Information Security (76809)
Applied Project Management In An Information Technology Environment (70467)
Business Analytics (77022)
Business Intelligence (77019)
C++ Programming (70181)
Computer Literacy Skills For The Business Professional (76954)
Computer Networks (70025)
Database Design (70041)
Database Implementation (7554X)
Designing and Implementing Telecommunication Networks (70157)
Developing Web Applications with PHP (72095)
I-SET Robotics - Sensors and Programming (76985)
I-SET Robotics - Components and Pedagogy (76820)
I-SET Robotics - Practical Experience of Engineering and Programming (76997)
I-SET Robotics - Problem Solving, Data and Debugging (76984)
Information and Communication Technology in Education
Introduction to Information Security (70610)
Introduction to Information Technology based Supply Chain Management-75957
Introduction to Internet and Web Design (70076)
Introduction to Java Programming (70602)
Introduction to Visual Basic.Net Programming (70122)
Introduction to Visual C Sharp.Net programming (76804)
Managing Enterprise Agile Software Projects
Research in Informatics in Practice (75558)
Strategic Information Systems Planning in practice (75566)

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