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Computing, Study Abroad

City has been at the leading edge of computer science in the UK for six decades; from laying the groundwork to the foundation of the British Computer Society and awarding come of the UK's first computer science degrees to the modern department that exists today.

Some of our computing courses have exams in January (for Autumn/Fall) or May (for Spring), students who select these courses will be able to, with the approval of their home institution, sit these exams in their home country.  Other courses are examined by coursework only, and therefore can be completed remotely or by the end of the Study Abroad semester.

The following courses are expected to run for study abroad students in 2019/20 examined by coursework only:

IN3026 Advanced Games TechnologyIN2011 Computer Networks
IN3051 Information Knowledge ManagementIN3005 Computer Graphics
IN3062 Introduction to Artificial IntelligenceIN3030 Data Visualisation
IN3063 Programming and Mathematics for AIIN3033 Digital Forensics
IN3064 Agents and Multi Agent SystemsIN3040 Project Management

The following courses are expected to run for study abroad students in 2019/20 and will be able to be examined remotely in January (for Autumn/Fall) or May (for Spring) or by students following the “long semester” staying until 29 May 2020:

IN2002 Data Structures and AlgorithmsIN2009 Languages Processors
IN2013 Object-oriented Analysis and DesignIN2026 Games Technology
IN2029 Programming in C++IN3001 Advanced Databases
IN3017 Theory of ComputationIN3003 Business Engineering with ERP Solutions
IN3043 Functional ProgrammingIN3031 Digital Signal Processing
IN3049 Information Security FundamentalsIN3032 Network Security
 IN3034 Cyber Crime
 IN3046 Cloud Computing
 IN3060 Computer Vision
 IN3065 User-centred Systems Design

Course descriptions are for 2019/20 and subject to change.  If a course description is not shown please contact the Study Abroad Office for the most up-to-date version.

It is occasionally necessary to limit places on particular modules, and/or cancel modules due to lecturer availability, so we are unable to guarantee the running or availability of any modules.