Computing and Communications

The School of Computing and Communications is one of the UK’s leading departments (positioned 12th in REF2014) offering an extensive portfolio of high-quality programmes for undergraduate and postgraduate study, taught by a team of around 50 acknowledged world experts in their field.

Entry requirements: AAB

The School of Computing and Communications is one of the UK’s leading departments (positioned 12th in REF2014) offering an extensive portfolio of high-quality programmes for undergraduate and postgraduate study, taught by a team of around 50 acknowledged world experts in their field. This pathway covers practical storage and usage of data and digital media and its applications. Some computing experience is necessary.

Year OneYear TwoYear Three
Software Development Non-mandatory modules Non-mandatory modules
Non-mandatory modules Advanced Programming Advanced Internet and Mobile Applications
Creative Technology Animation and Computer Graphics Artificial Intelligence
Digital Systems Computer Networks Computer Science Seminars
Fundamentals of Communication Systems Computer Science Group Project Distributed Systems
Fundamentals of Computer Science Human Computer Interaction Game Design
Information Systems IT for Creative Industries Innovation Challenge Group Project Language and Compilation
  Operating Systems Media Coding and Processing
  Software Design Security and Risk