Coronavirus (Covid-19): Latest updates and information
Skip to main content Skip to navigation

First Year Computer and Business Studies BSc 2010/11

The first year course for Joint Honours Computer and Business Studies students provides an introduction to programming, computer systems and business studies, and incorporates basic mathematics of relevance to Computer Science.

The normal load is 120 CATS credits. Students are required to take six core modules (96 CATS credits), and additional credits selected from the list of optional modules.

Core Modules

Term

CATS
Credits

 Examined/
Assessed

CS118 Programming for Computer Scientists 1
15 E(60) A(40)
CS126 Design of Information Structures 2
15
E(50) A(50)
CS133 Professional Skills 1,2,3 15
A(100)
CS138 Mathematics for Computer and Business Studies 2 15 E(80) A(20)
IB109 Foundations of Accounting and Finance 1,2,3
24
E(80) A(20)
IB123 Understanding Organisational Behaviour
1
12
A(100)




Optional Modules




CS132 Computer Organisation and Architecture 1,2
15
E(60) A(40)
CS134 Introduction to Computer Security 1,2
15
E(60) A(40)

IB104 Mathematical Programming I

3
12
E(66) A(34)
IB117 Markets, Marketing and Strategy
1
12
A(100)
IB120 Operations Management
2
12
E(100)
IB121 Quantitative Analysis for Management I 1 12 A(100)
IB122 Quantitative Analysis for Management II
2
12
E(100)
LL--- A Foreign Language
24/30


Note:

IB104 Mathematical Programming I satisfies the prerequisite for IB220 Quantitative Methods for Resource Management.

Prescribed Coursework

Prescribed coursework is required for CS118, CS126, CS133, CS138, IB109 and IB123.

Prescribed Classes

CS133 (seminars) and CS126 (laboratory sessions)

Modules from Warwick Business School

More information on modules taught by Warwick Business School can be found at http://www.wbs.ac.uk/students/undergraduate/external-students.cfm

The Year Tutor is Steve Matthews