In the School of Engineering and Computer Science, students can study for:
- a Bachelor of Engineering degree
- a Bachelor of Science degree
- a Graduate Diploma in Science (GDipSc) in Computer Science or Electronic and Computer Systems
Bachelor of Engineering
Our Bachelor of Engineering (BE) is a four year professional Honours degree focused on the design and implementation of real world systems, and includes an essential grounding in management skills. You will also develop a professional approach and learn about professional responsibilities through our Work Experience programme.
The degree provides the following three specialisations:
- Electronic and Computer System Engineering
- Network Engineering
- Software Engineering
Bachelor of Science
Our Bachelor of Science (BSc) is a three year degree with the following majors:
- Computer Science
- Electronic and Computer Systems
These majors share much of the design and implementation focus of the Bachelor of Engineering but are more flexible courses with fewer specific requirements. Both majors can be easily combined with any other major in the Bachelor of Science programme to build a multi-disciplinary programme.
Note: from 2013 there will be a Master of Science in Computer Graphics which can be accessed through the BSc Computer Science tailored towards computer graphics.
Graduate Diploma in Science
Our Graduate Diploma in Science (GDipSc) in Computer Science or Electronic and Computer Systems is a one year qualification aimed at:
- professionals who want a formal qualification in Computer Science, and
- graduates in other subjects who want to develop their skills in computer science.
It can be completed part-time.
More information about the GDipSc, is available on the Postgraduate Study page.