Dual Honours Computer Science is a programme for students with an interest in the application of computing to a wide range of problems. Computer systems are now vital to business, government, science and society, and there is much demand for graduates with the professional understanding and practical skills to harness software and hardware technologies to solve real-world problems and develop the systems of the future. Many of the recent advances in these areas can be attributed to developments in computing, and this trend is likely to increase in speed and impact.
Both BSc Single- and BSc Dual-Honours Computer Science programmes are available. The Single Honours Programme enables students to devote their studies full-time to the tools, techniques and underpinning theories that make the science and technology so innovative and exciting. It provides the greatest breadth of learning in the subject, and has been developed to meet the accreditation requirements of the British Computer Society (BCS). The Dual Honours Computer Science Programme provides the same level of depth of learning across the core of the subject. The programme explores the theoretical underpinnings of the discipline and place an emphasis on practical computer programming and software development. All Dual and Single Honours Computing programmes, including Computer Science, have a common first semester and common entrance requirements. This retains flexibility of choice during the first semester of the first year.
(see Course Leaflet below for module details)
|Module||Tutor Name||Tutor Contact Details|
|CSC-10024 Programming I||James Borg||Room: CR 04 Phone: 733415
|CSC-10032 Information Systems and Interaction||Nikki Holland||Room: CR 109 Phone: 73253
CSC-10030 Programming II
CSC-10029 Fundamentals of Computing
|Dr Charles Day||Room: CR 38 Phone: 733411
|CSC-10026 Computer Animation and Multimedia||Dave Collins||Room: CR 125 Phone: 733251
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