School of Informatics

Degree Overview

All of our programmes start with a common core of mathematics courses and informatics courses, with increasing options for specialisation in later years depending on your interests.

Each year you will have 120 credits worth of courses spread across two semesters. Some of these credits will go into compulsory courses and the remaining can be used on optional courses.  

Note that depending on the particular programme you choose, your compulsory courses will vary as well as the number of optional courses you can take. When choosing optional courses, you may also want to consider what courses are pre-requisites for future courses you may be interested in.  

For a more detailed look at your specific programme and course descriptions, including what the pre-requisite courses are and the delivery information (e.g. 50% coursework, 50% exam), be sure to look at the Degree Regulations and Programmes of Study (DRPS).  

DRPS

Please note: courses are subject to change and will be updated in April for September’s intake 

The below course information refers to our 4 year Honours Degrees.

We also run a 5 year undergraduate Masters in Informatics programme, MInf, where years 4 and 5 will consist of many specialised course options and a personal project. In your final year, you will be able to access a wide range of masters-level courses delivered by leaders in their fields.

MInf Programme Table 2021/22

 

Degree Regulations and Programmes of Study (DRPS).  

DRPS

Please note: courses are subject to change and will be updated in April for September’s intake

 

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