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Degree Programme Table: Cognitive Science (MA Hons) (UTCOGSC)

Year 2, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: August

  • Notes:

    Please note that this degree has been replaced by the BSc Cognitive Science and the Degree Programme Table below is identical to that for BSc Cognitive Science. Students currently on this programme may transfer onto the BSc Cognitive Science programme or remain on this degree if they prefer.

    Students who started on this degree programme in session 2009/10 or earlier may be given concessions to take course combinations that were permissible under the Degree Programme Table in force in that session.

    Students on other degree programmes may not transfer onto this programme and should instead transfer onto the BSc Cognitive Science programme.



  • Year 3, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: August

  • Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Director of Studies.


  • COMPULSORY COURSES
    This DPT has 1 compulsory course(s).


    Code  Course Name  Period  Credits 
    INFR09035 Computational Cognitive Science As available 10




    COURSE OPTIONS
    This DPT has 5 set(s) of course options with the following rules.



    Select exactly 10 credits course level 09, as available
    INFR09040     Computer Science Large Practical     (10 credits)

     
    OR   

    Select exactly 10 credits course level 09, as available
    INFR09018     AI Large Practical     (10 credits)

     

    AND   

    Overarching rule collection group: A  
    Select exactly 100 credits from these collections:  

    Select a minimum of 20 credits and maximum of 60 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    INFR09006    Algorithms and Data Structures   10  
    INFR09007    Compiling Techniques   10  
    INFR09008    Computability and Intractability   10  
    INFR09009    Computer Architecture   10  
    INFR09010    Computer Design   10  
    INFR09011    Database Systems   10  
    INFR09014    Language Semantics and Implementation   10  
    INFR09015    Operating Systems   10  
    INFR09016    Software Engineering with Objects and Components   10  
    INFR09019    Introduction to Vision and Robotics   10  
    INFR09024    Software Testing   10  
    INFR09027    Computer Communications and Networks   10  
    INFR09025    Computer Security   10  
    INFR09028    Foundations of Natural Language Processing   10  
    INFR09029    Introductory Applied Machine Learning   10  
    INFR09031    Logic Programming   10  
    INFR09035    Computational Cognitive Science   10  
    INFR09036    Agent Based Systems (Level 9)   10  

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 40 credits and maximum of 80 credits from Level 9 and 10 courses in Schedule I, as available

    Notes:This refers to all level 9 and 10 courses within the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences.
     
    AND   

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

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



    Year 4, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: August

  • Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Director of Studies.


  • COMPULSORY COURSES
    This DPT has 0 compulsory course(s).


    Code  Course Name  Period  Credits 




    COURSE OPTIONS
    This DPT has 8 set(s) of course options with the following rules.



    Select exactly 40 credits course level 10, as available
    INFR10044     Honours Project (Informatics)     (40 credits)

     
    OR   

    Select exactly 40 credits course level 10, as available
    PHIL10026     Dissertation in Philosophy     (40 credits)

     
    OR   

    Select exactly 40 credits course level 10, as available
    LASC10024     Dissertation in Language Sciences     (40 credits)

     
    OR   

    Select exactly 40 credits course level 10, as available
    PSYL10004     Dissertation in Psychology     (40 credits)

     

    AND   

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

    Select a minimum of 30 credits and maximum of 50 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    INFR10001    Advanced Vision (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10002    Advanced Databases (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10005    Intelligent Autonomous Robotics (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10007    Communication and Concurrency   10  
    INFR10008    Computational Complexity   10  
    INFR10009    Computer Algebra   10  
    INFR10010    Computer Graphics (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10011    Computer Networking (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10012    Distributed Systems (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10015    Parallel Programming Languages and Systems (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10016    Parallel Architectures (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10017    Querying and Storing XML   10  
    INFR10018    Human-Computer Interaction (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10019    Multi-agent Semantic Web Systems (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10023    Compiler Optimisation (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10024    Software Architecture, Process, and Management (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10025    Text Technologies (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10032    Data Integration and Exchange (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10033    Machine Translation (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10034    Natural Language Generation (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10039    Computer Animation & Visualisation (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10041    Automated Reasoning (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10046    Performance Modelling (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10049    Agent Based Systems (Level 10)   10  
    INFR10050    Topics in Cognitive Modelling (Level 10)   10  
    INFR11073    Machine Learning & Pattern Recognition (Level 11)   10  
    INFR10042    System Level Integration Practical   10  
    INFR11033    Automatic Speech Recognition   10  

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 10 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    INFR11005    Bioinformatics 2   10  
    INFR11006    Cognitive Neuroscience of Language   10  
    INFR11007    Data Mining and Exploration   10  
    INFR11008    Neural Computation   10  
    INFR11010    Reinforcement Learning   10  
    INFR11015    Applied Databases   10  
    INFR11016    Bioinformatics 1   10  
    INFR11020    Algorithmic Game Theory and its Applications   10  
    INFR11025    Topics in Distributed Databases   10  
    INFR11028    Design and Analysis of Parallel Algorithms   10  
    INFR11035    Neural Information Processing   10  
    INFR11036    Computational Cognitive Neuroscience   10  
    INFR11037    Computational Neuroscience of Vision   10  
    INFR11047    Models and Languages for Computational Systems Biology   10  
    INFR11050    Probabilistic Modelling and Reasoning   10  
    INFR11083    Methods for the Analysis of Networks   10  
    INFR11087    Information Theory   10  
    INFR11088    Extreme Computing   10  
    CMSE11163    Informatics Entrepreneurship & Digital Marketplace (10 credits)   10  
    INFR11089    Randomness and Computation   10  
    INFR11090    Decision Making in Robots and Autonomous Agents   10  
    INFR11091    Robot Learning and Sensorimotor Control   10  

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 30 credits and maximum of 50 credits from Level 10 courses in Schedule I, as available

    Notes:This refers to all level 10 courses within the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences.
     
    AND   

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

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



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