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BSc Computer and Management Sciences

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Our partnership with Warwick Business School provides students with a flexible combination of computer science and business, making them attractive to employers who value technical skills and commerical awareness in thier graduates.
Our Computer and Management Sciences course is run jointly with the Warwick Business School, one of the leading business schools in Europe. You will spend two years studying Computer Science, followed by a year studying topics in Management. The course is taught from first principles, which means you do not need to have prior knowledge of computer science or programming before you arrive. Our only requirements are that you have a strong background in mathematics and the desire to succeed - our commitment to teaching excellence and stimulating academic community will do the rest.

Course Content

The course emphasises the role of technology in the modern business environment, enabling our graduates to appreciate and utilise technology in meeting real-world business goals. You will acquire technical skills in software engineering and system design, as well as an understanding of how these impact organisations. Software engineering projects conducted throughout your degree are taught in conjunction with industry professionals and give you the opportunity to test your skills against real-world problems. Alongside a range of technical skills, you will develop a range of industrially relevant skills, including those in communication, planning and management.

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Our Teaching pages provide full details of every module we teach. You should feel free to explore these pages to gain an understanding of what we teach, the skills our students develop and the opportunities our courses create.

Year 1 lays the foundations for you to develop a deeper understanding of computer science. You will study core modules in advanced mathematics, programming, algorithms and computer architecture, as well as a range of optional modules in areas of your choosing.

Year 2 builds on your knowledge and skills by giving you the chance to explore areas such as operating systems, computer networks, software engineering, artificial intelligence and the theory of computation. You will further your scientific view of the discipline and acquire a set of industry-ready skills, most notably through a group software engineering project undertaken with one of our international industrial partners.
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Year 3 refocuses your study on modules in the Warwick Business School, where world-leading academics and industry professionals will teach you about business and management practices. Here you can select from an extensive range of management and business modules, encompassing areas such as marketing, finance, information systems and corporate strategy. The option of spending a year in industry or studying abroad is available to all students. Regardless of whether you decide to take a year away, there are ample opportunities to gain experience through internships during summer vacations, ensuring you have the chance to apply your knowledge and skills.

UCAS Code: GN42
Typical Offer

A-level: AAA including an A in Mathematics

IB: 38 including 6 in Higher Level Mathematics