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Degree Programme Table: Informatics (MSc) (Full-time) (PTMSCINFMT1F)

Year 1, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: September

  • Notes: Please consult your Specialist Area Advisor before confirming your course choices.


  • COMPULSORY COURSES
    This DPT has 3 compulsory course(s).


    Code  Course Name  Period  Credits 
    INFR11071 Informatics Research Proposal As available 20
    INFR11034 Informatics Research Review As available 20
    INFR11077 MSc Dissertation (Informatics) As available 60




    COURSE OPTIONS
    This DPT has 3 set(s) of course options with the following rules.


    Overarching rule collection group: A  
    Select exactly 80 credits from these collections:  

    Select a minimum of 30 credits and maximum of 80 credits from Level 11 courses in Schedule O, as available

    Notes:This refers to all level 11 courses within the School of Informatics.

    Documentation giving details, as well as restrictions on choice of courses in the School of Informatics, will be available for students entering the year to facilitate advance planning. For some specialist areas, permission may be given to include further courses from outwith schedule O.

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 10 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    CMSE11163    Informatics Entrepreneurship & Digital Marketplace (10 credits)   10  

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 30 credits from Level 9, 10 and 11 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W, as available

    Notes:This refers to all level 9, 10 and 11 courses in all schools other than Medicine or Veterinary Studies.

    Documentation giving details, as well as restrictions on choice of courses in the School of Informatics, will be available for students entering the year to facilitate advance planning. For some specialist areas, permission may be given to include further courses from outwith schedule O.

     



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