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Joint Honours Courses

Only modules offered by the School of Computer Science are mentioned below; the courses that joint honours students take in their other school/department are not defined in this document. Joint honours students should also consult the course documentation produced by their other school/department. Some timetable clashes for joint honours students are unavoidable. You are strongly advised to select courses so as to avoid conflicts.

Joint honours students taking the System Design Project are strongly advised to plan their timetable so as to avoid other major commitments in the first half of the summer term; such commitments might include modules that are examined at the beginning of the summer term (e.g., in AI4). The System Design Project is a team effort and team members are expected to work full-time on the project, with the exception of attendance at Professional Issues lectures (some joint degree students will also attend a small number of required classes in their joint degree department).

Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, the System Design Project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least one red module.

Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science Ordinary Course

Students take three CS3 technical modules, one major project, and Professional Issues. There are no restrictions on the choice from within the CS3 syllabus. The project may be from AI or CS. (Thus, in total, students take six technical modules evenly distributed between AI and CS, one project from either AI or CS, and Professional Issues.)

Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, the System Design Project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least one green module.

Computer Science and Electronics 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, a CS3 major project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least two yellow modules.


Computer Science and Management Science 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, a CS3 major project, and Professional Issues. There are no restrictions on the choice from within the Computer Science 3 syllabus. Students must take Management Science and Operational Planning and Management Science and Information Systems, if they have not already done so. They may not take Quantitative Research Methods.1

Computer Science and Mathematics 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, a CS3 major project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least two red modules.

Computer Science and Physics 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, a CS3 major project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least one red and at least one yellow module.

Electronics and Software Engineering 3

Students take four CS3 technical modules, a CS3 major project, and Professional Issues. The choice must include at least one yellow module and at least one green module.


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