THE UNIVERSITY of EDINBURGH

DEGREE REGULATIONS & PROGRAMMES OF STUDY 2020/2021

Information in the Degree Programme Tables may still be subject to change in response to Covid-19

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Jump to: Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4

Year 1 Academic year: 2020/21, Starting in: September

Notes:
Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.

Please note that all students must pass INF1A (Informatics 1 - Introduction to Computation INFR08025), and INF1B (Informatics 1 - Object-Orientated Programming INFR08029), before they are allowed to progress into Year 2 of this degree.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Level 7 and 8 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W

Notes:
These are courses in all schools other than Medicine, Veterinary Studies, or the Centre for Open Learning.

Year 2 Academic year: 2020/21, Starting in: August

Notes:
Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Year 3 Academic year: 2020/21, Starting in: August

Notes:
Before making your course choices, make sure you have discussed them with your Personal Tutor.

Some third year courses are prerequisites for specific fourth year courses, and you are advised to consider your plans for fourth year when making your course choices.

Sometimes a course may appear on more than one list, if it relates to multiple subject areas: where this happens you can still only select that course once.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Group A

Select exactly 30 credits in this group.

Informatics Hons 3rd Year AI Courses

Select between 10 and 30 credits of the following courses
Notes:
These are AI courses at level 9 or 10 open to third-year undergraduate students.
AND

Informatics Hons 3rd Year CS Courses

Select between 10 and 30 credits of the following courses
Notes:
These are the Computer Science courses at level 9 or 10 open to third-year undergraduate students.
AND

Level 9 and 10 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W

Select between 0 and 10 credits from Level 9 and 10 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W
Notes:
These are courses in all schools other than Medicine, Veterinary Studies, or the Centre for Open Learning, and include courses normally taken by 4th-year 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: 2020/21, Starting in: 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.

Sometimes a course may appear on more than one list, if it relates to multiple subject areas: where this happens you can still only select that course once.

Compulsory courses

You must take these courses

Course options

Group A

Select exactly 80 credits in this group.

Informatics Hons 4th Year AI Courses

Select between 30 and 50 credits of the following courses
Notes:
These are AI courses at level 10 or 11 open to fourth-year undergraduate students.
AND

Informatics Hons 4th Year CS Courses

Select between 30 and 50 credits of the following courses
Notes:
These are Computer Science courses at level 10 or 11 open to fourth-year undergraduate students.
AND

Level 10 and 11 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W

Select between 0 and 10 credits from Level 10 and 11 courses in Schedules A to Q, T and W
Notes:
These are courses in all schools other than Medicine, Veterinary Studies, or the Centre for Open Learning, 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.

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