BSc (Hons) Computer Science
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.
To enter Year 1:
Minimum of 112 UCAS points (GCE 'A' level)
IB - 26 points
Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in IT (Overall Merit-Merit grade)
Foundation in IT
To enter Year 2:
Pearson Level BTEC Level 5 in Computing, or equivalent
Every March and September
Entry from Year 1
Entry from Year 2