Undergraduate Digital Technology courses
Start your career at Hertfordshire
The importance and popularity of smart and digital technologies have exploded in recent years, which is why this fascinating area has become so important, successful and popular.
At the School of Engineering and Technology, we understand that graduates with skills in cutting-edge technology and smart solutions are sought by employers who will shape the future.
|Course name||UCAS code|
|Computer Technology and Networks BSc (Hons)||G420|
|Multimedia and Internet Technology BSc (Hons)||I152|
Come and take a look around
Visit us to view the SmartLab for yourself and see what it is like to study smart and digital technologies at the University of Hertfordshire.
You will learn in state-of-the art facilities including the University's SmartLab where you will be able to explore and learn from the latest smart devices in an exciting and stimulating environment.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
What are Smart and Digital Technologies?
The digital revolution has affected all aspects of our lives, from the ways in which we use the telephone and watch TV, to how we shop and listen to music.
An in-depth appreciation of the multimedia systems that are behind these advances - eg web technology and satellite and cable broadcasting, will equip you for a career in the sector driving many of the changes in modern living.
The School of Engineering and Technology has been running degree courses in digital and smart technologies for over 10 years and we are continually adapting them to keep up with the incredible pace of changing technology.
We believe that to learn effectively students need a mixture of theory and practical experience.
In order to offer you this, the School has just launched a new SmartLab to provide an exciting and stimulation environment for our students to explore the latest smart devices.
- Embedded arm-based controllers
- Smart Surfaces
- Smart TVs
Our cutting-edge facilities and engaging approach have attracted sponsorship from Samsung and Microsoft.