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Second Year Computer and Business Studies 14-15

The normal load is 120 CATS credits. Candidates for honours are required to take five core modules (66 CATS credits), at least 12 CATS credits selected from Option List A and at least 12 CATS credits selected from Option List B.

Core Modules 

Term

CATS
Credits

Examined/
Assessed

CS258 Database Systems * 1
15
E(70) A(30)
CS261 Software Engineering 2 15 E(50) A(50)
IB242 Digital Business and Workplace Technologies
1 12
E(70) A(30)
IB243 Business Systems Development and Implementation 2
12 A(100)
IB3E9 Managing IT Solutions Architecture 1 12 E(50) A(50)




Optional Modules - List A




IB117 Markets, Marketing and Strategy 1
12
A(100)
IB120 Operations Management 2
12
E(80) A(20)
IB209 Marketing
1,2,3 24
E(70) A(30)
IB211 Simulation
2
12
A(100)
IB219 Quantitative Methods for Multivariate Analysis
2
12
E(85) A(15)
IB220 Quantitative Methods for Resource Management - not running 2014/15
1
12
E(70) A(30)
IB230 Accounting in Context
1
12 E(80) A(20)
IB233 Financial Reporting I
1
12 E(100)
IB246 Operations Excellence 1
12 E(100)
IB253 Principles of Finance 1 1
12
E(75) A(25)
IB254 Principles of Finance 2
2
12
E(80) A(20)
       

Optional Modules - List B




IB2A5 Web Applications Development
2
12 A(100)
CS241 Operating Systems and Computer Networks * 1
15
E(80) A(20)
CS255 Artificial Intelligence 2 15 E(60) A(40)
CS256 Functional Programming 1 15 E(60) A(40)
CS257 Advanced Computer Architecture 2 15 E(80) A(20)
CS260 Algorithms * 1 15 E(70) A(30)




Unusual Option




EC131 Economics for Business
1
12 E(100)
IB113 Business Law 1
2
12 E(80) A(20)





* These modules will be examined in the first week of Term 2.


Second Year Pass Degree Modules

Candidates for pass degrees are required to take modules totalling 96 CATS credits; the five core modules (66 CATS credits) and modules totalling 30 CATS credits selected from the list of optional modules. Among the optional modules chosen there should be at least 12 CATS credits selected from List A and at least 12 CATS credits selected from List B. Subject to the approval of the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Computer Science, the total load may be increased up to a maximum of 120 CATS credits.


Preparatory to Third Year Project

In the summer term of the second year students are required to select the project which they will pursue in the third year of their studies.

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/joint-degrees/external-students.cfm 

The Year Tutor is TBC