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Discover computer science and prepare for your career
Computer science a rapidly growing area that links to almost every field of study, from business and government to science, health, the climate and the environment.
This BSc (Hons) Computer Science course will build your knowledge through theoretical modules and use practical modules to develop your techniques and skills. You will combine these experiences in project-based modules throughout the degree.
This course is delivered through small seminars and assessments are heavily weighted toward practical exercises and project based work. You will be taught in the Tech Park surrounded by latest equipment and technology, with access to labs with Macs, PCs and LCD screens.
Computer scientists are required is almost all business activities so a computer science degree will prepare you for a range of careers including specialist jobs or for roles in many areas of engineering and science.
On this course you will:
- Learn about computer science foundations.
- Develop your specific subject knowledge.
- Apply your knowledge and skills in practical and project modules.
- Have the opportunity to undertake a year-long placement in industry.
- Study in the Digital Technology Park.
Teaching and Assessment
How you will study
The programme is delivered in small seminars and is heavily weighted toward practical exercises and project based work, supported by theoretical modules. You will be assessed through coursework, project work and written exams.
What you will study
You will study a selection of core modules in each year. Each module is worth a number of credits and you will study 360 credits throughout your degree. Each module is delivered differently, depending on its content and focus of study.
This list is indicative and subject to change.
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The content of all the mathematics modules follows the overarching principle of developing students’ technical ability, development of knowledge into areas of mathematical structure, proof and formality, continuity, discrete procedures, limiting processes, mathematical modelling and interpretation of space. This module’s content will be taken from mathematical techniques/areas such as languages, automata, and grammars; finite-state and Turing machines; ordered sets; lattices; set theory; functions; countable and uncountable sets; combinatorics; recurrence relations.
Gain practical experience
You can apply for a year long industrial placement during your degree.
As well as giving you an opportunity to put your studies into practice and use the skills you develop on your course, undertaking a placement helps to improve your CV and shows employers that you have already completed work in industry when you graduate.
Placements years usually take place between your second and third years of study. You will spend 1 year working with a company in industry before returning to the University to complete your final year. This effectively extends your studies by one year.
The placement will be a paid position, with pay at or above the National Minimum Wage.
Placement years are competitive. We will support you in finding and applying for a suitable placement, but we are unable to guarantee placement years.
Discover what you can do after you graduate
A computer science degree can take you into specialist jobs such as software development or into areas of engineering and science. Computer scientists are required in most all business activities so you could pursue a range of roles after you graduate.
You could decide to continue your studies to postgraduate level.
Our postgraduate degrees include:
- MSc Digital Marketing
- MSc Data Science and Analytics
- MSc Computer Science
- PhD/MPhil Research