Computer science is a wide field, from its theoretical and algorithmic foundations, to cutting-edge development in computer graphics and intelligent systems.
Computer scientists find effective ways to solve computing problems. They may take on challenging programming jobs or create new ways to use computers. Now, computer science researchers are working with scientists from other fields for everything from analysing economic trends to deciphering the secrets of our DNA.
This four-year Master of Computing course is the highest award for undergraduate study in computing and is designed for more able students. It allows you to further distinguish yourself with an advanced set of professional and technical skills. It enables you to create industrial-strength software applications, using the latest commercial practices. It’s also accredited by the British Computer Society (BCS) and gives full exemption from their examination requirements.
Titulo de Bachillerato or the Selectividad with an average mark of 6.
Curso de Orientación Universitaria (COU) with an average mark of 6.
Técnico Especialista (Formación Profesional – segundo grado).
Ingeniero Técnico (from Escuela de Ingeniero Técnico).
Diplomado / Diplomatura.
English language qualifications:
GCSE pass in English at Grade C or above
IELTS with an average overall score of 6.0 with at least 5.5 in each component
TOEFL IBT minimum score for Undergraduate of 80 IBT
Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): exams taken from January 2015 – overall score of 169 with at least 162 in each component ; exams taken before January 2015 – Grade C and no less than borderline in each skill
Trinity College English Language qualifications: ISE II Distinction or ISE III Pass for undergraduate courses
City and Guild’s IESOL/ISESOL tests, in some cases, we may also be able to accept the communicator level (B2)
Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) with a minimum of 51 points in each element for the majority of undergraduate programmes
Don’t worry if you do not meet these requirements, we run a number of courses to prepare you for academic studies.
Computer Systems and Network Technologies
Game Development Fundamentals
Professional Practice in Computing
Mathematics and Statistics for Computing
Data Structures and Algorithms
Project Management and Professional Practice
Modelling of Shape Space and Movement
Team Project Computing
Choice of a range of option modules
Concurrent and Parallel Programming
Advanced Legal, Social, Ethical and Professional Issues (LSEPI)
Computing Individual Project
Choice of a range of option modules
Major Group Project (40 credits)
Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
Real-Time Computer Graphics
Neural Networks and Expert Systems
The above information is a sample module description for illustrative purposes. Modules and module content may change from time to time.
Learning and teaching methods
You will have around 16 hours of teaching in lectures, tutorials and practical sessions every week. You also need to spend four hours per week, per module on your coursework, general reading and other preparation. We strongly recommend you spend up to a year working in industry as part of your studies, either in the UK or abroad. This means you can gain new skills, boost your career prospects and your grades, plus it could lead to job opportunities with your placement employer.
Computers are fundamental to many different industries, so you can apply your skills to many fields. Computer programmers and engineers mainly work for large computer companies. Microsoft, IBM, Intel and Hewlett-Packard all rely on an army of computer scientists to produce and maintain their technology. Even within these companies, you can work in a broad variety of areas and in a number of jobs. Product development entails designing, building and testing the latest products, so skills in software programming and design are vital.
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