COMPUTER 

SCIENCE

BSc (Hons)

Prepare yourself for the challenges facing today's computer-dominated world through a theoretical and practical understanding of the science behind computers.

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

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OVERVIEW

Throughout our course students will explore how computers work, how computer software is developed, how computers communicate with each other, and the ways in which software manipulates, stores and processes data.

 

We prepare students for the challenges facing today's computer-dominated world through a theoretical and practical understanding of the science behind computers.

Studying Computer Science will take you from learning practical computing skills in programming, data management, hardware and networking to understanding and developing software solutions for many of the new challenges facing today’s computer-dominated world, such as safe online shopping, computer graphics, mobile app development and artificial intelligence.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To enter Year 1:

  • Minimum of 112 UCAS points (GCE 'A' level)

  • IB - 26 points

  • HNTEC Certificate

  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in IT or equivalent

To enter Year 2:

  • Pearson Level BTEC Level 5 in Computing, or equivalent

INTAKES
&
DURATION

Intakes:

Every February and August

Duration:

Entry from Year 1

3 years

Entry from Year 2 

2 years

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WHAT'S NEXT?

Upon the completion of BSc (Hons) Computer Science, students may proceed to:

  • MSc Advanced Computer Science

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MODULES
  • User Experience & Collaborative Development

  • Database I

  • Operating Systems & Hardware

  • Foundation of Cyber-Security Concept

  • Web Development

  • Professional Skills for Computing

  • Mathematics For Computing

  • Programming I

  • Software Engineering Principles

  • Experiential Learning

  • Computer Systems & Networks

  • Website Application Development

  • Further Programming & Algorithm

  • Database II

  • Programming II

  • Innovation Project

  • System Analysis & Design

  • Design Thinking for Innovation

  • Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning

  • Progamming III

YEAR 1

MODULES

YEAR 2

MODULES

YEAR 3

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