B.Sc (Hons) Computer Science (Mobile Computing)

WHERE DOES THE QUALIFICATION LEAD TO?

Computer Science graduates who specialise in the Mobile Computing track will be equipped with the skills to respond to the rapid changes in mobile technology. They, therefore, may pursue a meaningful career as a mobile applications developer, web developer, researcher, trainer, games developer, systems analyst, mobile app testing specialist, and mobile security expert and security dev/ops engineer.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

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Level

Semester/

Teaching Block

Module Title (Credit)

 

 

Level 3

 

Semester/

Teaching Block 1

English Language Proficiency- GLT3001

(20 credit) Compulsory

English for Academic purposes and Study Skills- GLT3006

(20 credit) Compulsory

 

Programming Skills and Statistics- GIS3006

(40 credit) Compulsory

Contemporary Themes in Technology- GIS3003

 (20 credit ) Compulsory

Mathematics for Technology -GIS3002

 (20 credit ) Compulsory

Semester/

Teaching Block 2

Entrepreneurship (Creativity and Innovation)- GRM3002  (20 credit) Compulsory

Individual Project- GIS3005

(20 credit) Compulsory

 

 

Level 4

 

Semester/

Teaching Block 1

Computational Thinking- GIS4000

 (20 credit) Compulsory

Technology & Society- GIS4017

(20 credit) Compulsory

Building for the Web- GIS4004

(20 credit) Compulsory

Semester/

Teaching Block 2

Architectures & Operating Systems -GIS4002

 (20 credit) Compulsory

Developing Quality Software & Systems I- GIS4005

(20 credit) Compulsory

Principles of Programming -GIS4003

(20 credit) Compulsory

 

 

Level 5

 

Semester/

Teaching Block 1

Developing Quality Software & Systems II -GIS5005

(20 credit ) Compulsory

Research and Professional Skills – GIS5015

 (20 credit) Compulsory

 

Object-Oriented System Design- GIS5027

(20 credit) Compulsory

Semester/

Teaching Block 2

Law & Digital Security-GIS5007

 (20 credit) Compulsory

Multimedia & Interaction- GIS5009

(20 credit)   Compulsory

Mobile & Web Technologies -GIS5006

(20 credit) Award Option      

 

 

Level 6

 

Semester/

Teaching Block 1

Computer Science Dissertation Project – GIS6001

(40 credit) Compulsory

Cyber Security and Cryptography- GIS6006

 (20 credit) Compulsory

Professional & Ethical Issues in IT -GIS6004

(20 credit) Compulsory

Semester/

Teaching Block 2

Advanced Multimedia- GIS6009

(20 credit) Compulsory

Mobile Game Development- GIS6017

(20 credit)  Award Option

Note: Pathways are subject to availability of minimum number (5) of students and demand.

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