No probs. Any other questions about it just let me know, I be happy to answer them.
I finished the two year course six years ago - 2006, did the ordinary degree, then the honours in it in 2008. Worked in the Public/Civil Service Technical support for a few months, then worked in a shop for a while and then went back to college to do a dip in computing but haven't found anything yet though would say I have had more job opportunities and interviews since doing the dip compared to the degree but its up to you what career path to follow. I wanted to go down the technical support or web design/programming road as I felt I wanted to do more than just office work.
If you going into further study after the degree best to business/BIS or multimedia depending what path you want to follow anything is possible you can branch off from the modules easily enough and specialise in one of the modules if you wanted.
You need to experience the course to have an idea what you'd like to do. Though I recommend maybe doing the two or three years and then finish or take a break and try and find work if you happy in that area of work but finding a job in admin or sales even marketing or multimedia is hard enough without some level of work experience behind you. Social media is an area that might stay popular in the future that be relevant enough to what you might do in 2nd and 3rd year.
The course has changed since I did it, they added a lot more modules for the first two years, what I did in third and forth year they have put some modules as part of the 1st/2nd year modules. There are three streams now for 3rd and 4th year. We didn't have that, we had to do all the core modules. We had option modules alright.
I did law in my first year as an option though think a language been a better option, 2nd year I did HR but think inventory management been a better option, 3rd year I did law say tourism been a better option but most chose Supply chain Management good subject but very hard and 4th year internet programming most went with either consumer behaviour, tourism/cultural studies or global studies I think. In our fourth year we had a lot more options similar to those who were doing the business degrees.
I recommend doing a business, skilled/transferable skilled type module or a foreign language if you could as an option module! Foreign languages have become a key thing to have these days in terms of the jobs market. Research big time and when you finish each year best to ask the year ahead of you about the modules on offer they give you the best advice on the modules.
I just had a look at the current electives on the course at the moment and for semester 2 of year 1, I would go for one of the foreign languages but organisational studies is good too if you don't want to do a language. Spanish or French/German be best if doing a language.
Semester 1 of year 2, I would recommend a language again especially if you did it in first year, its good to have it anyway as part of a college qualification, but if don't want to do it photography be a better option if going the IT/multimedia road. Wouldn't recommend the behavioural science one unless you like anything to do with psychology.
Semester 2 of year 2, I say unless you like languages and want to keep them on do one but I think if you covered a language in 1st year or in semester 1 of 2nd year I think no need to keep a language as it already part of your qualification and you have it so maybe HR or business maths but I think business maths or design print be a better option depends on career path and what stream you want to do in 3rd and 4th year what option subject you choose in 2nd year be beneficial what you do in 3rd and 4th year. IT wise either business maths or design print. HR good if going the business road/sales/marketing. Business Maths suited to IT or business/BIS/Marketing. Design print suited to Multimedia/IT.
3rd year, the stream you choose really depends what career you want. IT either the multimedia or web technologies one be the best stream to follow unless you want to go down the business/business admin/BIS or office road you do the business admin stream. Any stream be handy going into marketing. In terms of programming MM or the web tech is best.
Business admin - languages, law or business related module be best.
Multimedia - Media writing S1 and interactive one S2.
Web Technologies - social media and a language Semester 1, creative web content and a language for semester 2. Best to have it varied rather than having two languages!
Add in a language as a second module for semester 2 for all three I'd say best thing all round and have a module related to the stream as well, best to be varied. If it just the one module they asking you to do either do a language or one related to the stream, I be in favour of doing a module related to the stream!
Business Admin - S1 either consumer behaviour or a language, S2 Language and or educational practise one or the consumer behaviour one, language or consumer one be best.
Multimedia - S1 Law be good or a language, S2 but think the educational practices might be better or a language depends.
Web Tech - S1 Web Science be better option than a language, S2 Business Analytics be a better option I think than a language but maybe consider the educational practices one as well. Analytic one be the best to have whether going the IT or business road, the educational practise one best to have going the multimedia road.
If you like to go the teaching road, be good to have something specific in business or IT or multimedia or a foreign language TEFL is an option too but its EBM I think? Might be an extra module you like to take on and you can teach English in a foreign country.
Not sure what the EBM's are? Maybe alternative options?
Here's the link for the course modules in more detail but only mentions a provisional syllabus.
Best of luck with it!