Year 1, Academic year 2016/17, Starting month: September
Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.
COMPULSORY COURSES
This DPT has 7
compulsory course(s).
Code 
Course Name 
Period 
Credits 
INFR08012

Informatics 1  Computation and Logic 
As available 
10 

INFR08013

Informatics 1  Functional Programming 
As available 
10 

INFR08014

Informatics 1  ObjectOriented Programming 
As available 
10 

INFR08015

Informatics 1  Data and Analysis 
As available 
10 

MATH08057

Introduction to Linear Algebra 
As available 
20 

MATH08058

Calculus and its Applications 
As available 
20 

MATH08059

Proofs and Problem Solving 
As available 
20 

COURSE OPTIONS
This DPT has 1
set(s) of course options with the following rules.

Year 2, Academic year 2016/17, Starting month: August
Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.
Entry to Honours requires a pass at 50% or above at the first attempt in at least 20 credits points' worth of the Informatics 2 courses listed and passes at 50% or above in Several Variable Calculus and Differential Equations, and Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics together with passes in all remaining compulsory courses, or the permission of the relevant Head of School.
COMPULSORY COURSES
This DPT has 5
compulsory course(s).
Code 
Course Name 
Period 
Credits 
INFR08008

Informatics 2A  Processing Formal and Natural Languages 
As available 
20 

INFR08009

Informatics 2B  Algorithms, Data Structures, Learning 
As available 
20 

MATH08063

Several Variable Calculus and Differential Equations 
As available 
20 

MATH08066

Probability 
As available 
10 

MATH08064

Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics 
As available 
20 

COURSE OPTIONS
This DPT has 1
set(s) of course options with the following rules.

Year 3, Academic year 2016/17, Starting month: August
Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.
These lists include courses at level 9 (code INFR09xxx) and level 10 (code INFR10xxx). In general, level 10 courses will contain more advanced material and be taught at a higher level than level 9 courses; you should take account of this when planning your course combination. Each entry links to a matching page in the University course catalogue, where you can find a description of the course content and information about any specific entry requirements.
Students seeking BCS accreditation must select Professional Issues (Level 10), normally in 3rd Year, and must also select the Informatics Honours Project in 4th Year.
COMPULSORY COURSES
This DPT has 0
compulsory course(s).
Code 
Course Name 
Period 
Credits 
COURSE OPTIONS
This DPT has 6
set(s) of course options with the following rules.
Overarching rule collection group: A
Select exactly 120 credits
from these collections:
Select
a minimum of 20 credits and maximum of 40 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
Code 
Course Name 
Credits 
INFR09032

System Design Project

20

INFR09044

Computer Science Large Practical

20

INFR09045

Software Engineering Large Practical

20

AND
Select
a minimum of 20 credits and maximum of 60 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
Notes: These are the Computer Science courses at level 9 or 10 open to thirdyear undergraduate students.
AND
Select
a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 10 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
Code 
Course Name 
Credits 
INFR10022

Professional Issues (Level 10)

10

AND
Select
a minimum of 40 credits and maximum of 80 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
AND
Select
a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 40 credits
from
Level 9 and 10 courses in Schedule P, as available
Notes: These are courses in the School of Mathematics. Level 10 courses are only permitted under this option when the "normal year taken" is "year 3 undergraduate".
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: These are courses in all schools other than Medicine or Veterinary Studies, and include courses normally taken by 4thyear students. In the case that this DPT option is chosen, you are advised to obtain permission to take the course from the course organiser, and have the course choice approved by your personal tutor.

Year 4, Academic year 2016/17, Starting month: August
Notes: Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.
These lists include courses at level 10 (code INFR10xxx) and level 11 (code INFR11xxx). In general, level 11 courses will contain more advanced material and be taught at a higher level than level 10 courses; you should take account of this when planning your course combination. Each entry links to a matching page in the University course catalogue, where you can find a description of the course content and information about any specific entry requirements.
You should choose an Honours Project from either Informatics or Mathematics.
Students seeking BCS accreditation must take the Informatics Honours Project.
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.
Overarching rule collection group: A
Select exactly 120 credits
from these collections:
Select
exactly 40 credits
course level 10, as available
INFR10044
Honours Project (Informatics)
(40 credits)
AND
Select
a minimum of 30 credits and maximum of 40 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
Code 
Course Name 
Credits 
INFR10052

Algorithms and Data Structures

10

INFR11020

Algorithmic Game Theory and its Applications

10

INFR11021

Computer Graphics (Level 11)

10

INFR11049

Computer Networking (Level 11)

10

INFR11032

Compiler Optimisation (Level 11)

10

INFR11022

Distributed Systems (Level 11)

10

INFR11017

HumanComputer Interaction (Level 11)

10

INFR10059

Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science

10

INFR11024

Parallel Architectures (Level 11)

10

INFR11023

Parallel Programming Languages and Systems (Level 11)

10

INFR11038

Software Architecture, Process, and Management (Level 11)

10

INFR10057

Software Testing

10

INFR11088

Extreme Computing

10

INFR11111

Computer Algebra

10

INFR11098

Secure Programming

10

INFR11120

Embedded Systems

10

INFR10061

Elements of Programming Languages

10

INFR11124

Social and Technological Networks

10

INFR11114

Types and Semantics for Programming Languages

10

INFR10065

Compiling Techniques

20

INFR10070

Database Systems

20

INFR10067

Computer Security

20

INFR10069

Introductory Applied Machine Learning

20

INFR11130

Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition

20

INFR11011

Advanced Databases (Level 11)

10

INFR11082

Performance Modelling (Level 11)

10

INFR11101

Advances in Programming Languages

10

INFR11123

Scalable Data Management Systems

10

INFR11128

Categories and Quantum Informatics

10

INFR11129

Formal Verification

10

INFR11131

Introduction to Modern Cryptography

10

INFR11099

Introduction to Quantum Computing

10

INFR11089

Randomness and Computation

10

INFR11132

Machine Learning Practical

20

Notes: These are Computer Science courses at level 10 or 11 open to fourthyear undergraduate students.
AND
Select
a minimum of 40 credits and maximum of 50 credits
from
Level 10 and 11 courses in Schedule P, as available
Notes: These are courses in the School of Mathematics. Level 11 courses are only permitted under this option when the "normal year taken" is "year 4 undergraduate".
AND
Select
a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 10 credits
from
Level 10 and 11 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W, as available
Notes: These are courses in all schools other than Medicine or Veterinary Studies, and include courses normally taken by postgraduate students. In the case that this DPT option is chosen, you are advised to obtain permission to take the course from the course organiser, and have the course choice approved by your personal tutor.
OR
Overarching rule collection group: B
Select exactly 120 credits
from these collections:
Select
exactly 40 credits
course level 10, as available
MATH10031
Project in Mathematics (Double)
(40 credits)
AND
Select
a minimum of 30 credits and maximum of 40 credits
from
Level 10 courses in Schedule P, as available
Notes: These are courses in the School of Mathematics. Level 11 courses are only permitted under this option when the "normal year taken" is "year 4 undergraduate".
AND
Select
a minimum of 40 credits and maximum of 50 credits
from the following list of courses, as available
Code 
Course Name 
Credits 
INFR10052

Algorithms and Data Structures

10

INFR11020

Algorithmic Game Theory and its Applications

10

INFR11021

Computer Graphics (Level 11)

10

INFR11049

Computer Networking (Level 11)

10

INFR11032

Compiler Optimisation (Level 11)

10

INFR11022

Distributed Systems (Level 11)

10

INFR11017

HumanComputer Interaction (Level 11)

10

INFR10059

Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science

10

INFR11024

Parallel Architectures (Level 11)

10

INFR11023

Parallel Programming Languages and Systems (Level 11)

10

INFR11038

Software Architecture, Process, and Management (Level 11)

10

INFR10057

Software Testing

10

INFR11088

Extreme Computing

10

INFR11111

Computer Algebra

10

INFR11098

Secure Programming

10

INFR11120

Embedded Systems

10

INFR10061

Elements of Programming Languages

10

INFR11124

Social and Technological Networks

10

INFR11114

Types and Semantics for Programming Languages

10

INFR10065

Compiling Techniques

20

INFR10070

Database Systems

20

INFR10067

Computer Security

20

INFR10069

Introductory Applied Machine Learning

20

INFR11130

Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition

20

INFR11011

Advanced Databases (Level 11)

10

INFR11082

Performance Modelling (Level 11)

10

INFR11101

Advances in Programming Languages

10

INFR11123

Scalable Data Management Systems

10

INFR11128

Categories and Quantum Informatics

10

INFR11129

Formal Verification

10

INFR11131

Introduction to Modern Cryptography

10

INFR11099

Introduction to Quantum Computing

10

INFR11089

Randomness and Computation

10

INFR11132

Machine Learning Practical

20

Notes: These are Computer Science courses at level 10 or 11 open to fourthyear undergraduate students.
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: These are courses in all schools other than Medicine or Veterinary Studies, and include courses normally taken by postgraduate students. In the case that this DPT option is chosen, you are advised to obtain permission to take the course from the course organiser, and have the course choice approved by your personal tutor.

