- Typical Entry
- 112 UCAS points
- Start Date
- UCAS Code
- 3 Years
- Learning Site
- Thornton Science Park
Throughout our course you 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. Throughout the first two years, you will learn to work effectively in teams, working on diverse projects which is the most important skill that employers require.
Why Study Computer Science with us?
The Computer Science course is based at Thornton Science Park in purpose-built labs, benefitting from the local Engineering and Computing environment provided by the businesses also situated in the Park.
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 games development, mobile apps development and artificial intelligence.
The Department is home to the Informatics Centre: a software development team where students are employed to work on commercial projects.