The third year adviser is Alex Coddington
First Day Meeting
The first day meeting was held on Monday 19th September 2016 at 12-1pm in the Study Zone (level 11, Livingstone Tower). Here are Alex’s slides.
Here are Anna Selwood’s slides about the Careers Service.
Choosing Your Optional Classes
Regulations for BSc Hons Business Information Systems, BSc Hons Computer Science, BSc Hons Computer Science with Law and BSc Hons Software Engineering can be found in section 11.13 of the University Regulations (see General and Course Regulations for Degrees of Bachelors and Integrated Master 2016-17). Regulations for MEng Computer Science can be found in section 12.13.
BSc Hons Business Information Systems students have a fixed curriculum – see section 11.13.1 of the University Regulations for a list of these classes.
BSc Hons Computer Science, BSc Hons Software Engineering and MEng Computer Science students have two compulsory classes, CS308 Building Software Systems and CS313 Computer Systems and Concurrency. In addition, you must pick 80 credits (or four classes) of optional classes from the following list.
- CS310 Foundations of Artificial Intelligence
- CS311 Programming Language Definition and Implementation
- CS312 Web Applications Development
- CS316 Functional Programming
- CS317 Mobile App Development
MEng Computer Science students may either choose 80 credits from the list above, or choose 60 credits from the list above and 20 credits worth of elective classes (one possibility is M9352 Internet Law which is taught by the Law School). Information (which may not be up to date) about M9352 and other potential elective classes can be found via the class catalogue. Please note that M9352 will require you to write essays in a legal style.
BSc Hons Computer Science with Law students have four compulsory classes, CS308 Building Software Systems, CS312 Web Applications Development, M9314 Intellectual Property and M9352 Internet Law. In addition, you must pick 2 from the following classes.
The Science Ambassador Programme
The Faculty of Science has introduced a Science Ambassador Programme to promote the study of science at university and give support to pupils at primary and secondary schools. Students within the Department of Computer & Information Sciences are required to talk about studying computer science/software engineering within schools.