The Standard Grade qualification in Computing Studies aims to heighten interest and offer a stimulating and systematic study of computers and their uses. Learners are given the opportunity to develop the attitudes necessary for responding to the challenges of a technological society.
The course develops knowledge and understanding of the uses of computers, how they operate, and their effect on the individual and society. Learners also gain the ability to apply computing knowledge and practical experience of software to find solutions to problems.
The Standard Grade Computing Studies Course is at three levels:
For more information on SCQF levels and how Standard Grade fits in to the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework, visit our SCQF section.
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