2nd Year CIS Adviser of Studies
( Dmitri has taken over from Isla Ross.)
First Day Meeting for 2nd Year CS/CSM/SE students
Direct Entrants to year 2
Approved Curriculum for those progressing to 2nd year CS/SE/CSMEng in 2019-20
In order to register for session 2019-20, one of the requirements is to have an approved curriculum, although the choice of optional / elective classes may later be altered up to early in the new session through choice or due to availability/ timetabling constraints.
In 2019-20 2nd year MEng CS students should pick 20 credits of optional classes from MS211, CS212 and CS215 and a 10 credit elective class in order to have a provisional curriculum approved. 2nd year BSc(Hons) CS and SE students require to pick a 10 credit elective in order to have an approved curriculum for 2019-20.
Please read Electives2019-2020 for choices and add an elective following that guidance on to your curriculum on Pegasus. Elective choice may be changed up until the end of the first two weeks of the semester in which the elective runs. (CS217 will also become an elective choice for some- see below – but should NOT be selected on Pegasus Provisional curriculum if you wish to gain an approved curriculum in order to register with the university before the First Day Meeting in week 1.)
Class CS217 2019-20
Provisional Timetables for CIS 2nd years. Also links for timetables for other classes (which may have been selected as electives). Timetables are subject to change up until the start of the relevant semester so students are advised to check lecture rooms at the start of week 1. Allocation to CIS lab and tutorial slots will not take place until during week 2 – information on the process will be given at the First Day Meeting for 2nd year CIS students. Semester 2 lab/tutorial allocation will take place during the first 2 weeks of semester 2.
If you have a credit shortfall (fewer than 120 credits) on entering 2nd year then your curriculum will require to include an approved means to make up that shortfall. Please contact the 2nd year Adviser of Studies if you are in this position and unsure what is required of you.
Class Teaching Materials
All CIS classes will have an entry on MyPlace.
Syllabuses, regulations, etc
The above are available from the department’s Undergraduate Teaching page.
The CIS department’s disability coordinator is Julie Sobocinski (email@example.com)
Student Guide on Good Academic Practice and the Avoidance of Plagiarism
Martin Goodfellow (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the CIS department’s Erasmus contact. Anyone interested in studying abroad during 3rd year should refer first to the relevant website for more info.