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Degrees and Degree Requirements

All students take a subset of the CS3 modules and projects, subject to the rules presented in this section. It is your responsibility to make sure that your module selection is correct. Before the end of week 1 of terms 1 and 2 you are required to submit a binding choice of the technical modules you intend to take during that term.

At the discretion of the Head of Division, and subject to timetabling constraints, it may be possible to vary the rules described below. Discuss this with your director of studies to begin with.

In order to simplify the description of the requirements for each of the courses, certain subsets of technical modules are identified and assigned colours.

There are also two major projects. The System Design Project is a group project, and is uniform over the various degrees. The Individual Project comes in two flavours: Computer Science (CS) and Software Engineering (SE). All references to the Individual Project (IP) below should be taken to mean CSIP for students registered for CS degrees and SEIP for students registered for SE degrees. All references to ``both major projects'' should be taken to mean the System Design Project together with the appropriate flavour of Individual Project. It is not permitted for students to count both CSIP and SEIP for credit towards a degree.



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