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Computer Science with Foundation BSc (Hons)

Durham University

The first year of this course is spent with the Foundation Centre developing the skills and subject knowledge required for successful study at degree level. On successful completion of the Foundation Year, students progress to the first year of their degree course. This course is focussed on non-traditional and international students and the modes of teaching and learning are designed to provide and facilitate high quality teaching and learning in a supportive and productive environment which encourages self-awareness, reflective practice and cross-cultural awareness. The course is delivered through a mixture of lectures, tutorials/workshops and practical classes. Typically, lectures provide key information on a particular area and this is consolidated through tutorials and/or workshops and practical classes where appropriate, particularly for laboratory and IT skills. ...
دوره های کارشناسی Full time including foundation سال4 سال
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Computer Science PhD

Durham University

A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) usually takes three and a half years to complete. Upon arrival at Computer Science in Durham, you will be assigned academic supervisors who are international experts in their field. Our research students receive the majority of their generic training via University-level courses, Department-specific research training by academics and technical staff, as well as both student and academic seminars. As a PhD student, you will be a member of one of Research Groups in the Department and monitored through frequent meetings with your supervisors. Throughout your time with us, you will contribute to Research Group activities such as seminar programmes and discussions about research topics. Moreover, you will receive many opportunities to contribute to teaching and developing skills of use beyond your PhD. All students present their work at events such as our annual Research Day, providing excellent experience of presenting to an audience of peers and academics. ...
دوره دکتری 36 months
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Computer Science MSc by Research

Durham University

In the MSc programme, you have the option of attending advanced taught courses across all topics covered by Computer Science. You are not directly examined in these courses but through a research thesis and the choice of which courses to take will be in conjunction with your academic advisers. Our Department's research evolves in relation to the changing directions in the discipline but aligns with the Computer Science research groups. Research students receive the majority of their generic training via University-level courses, but Department-specific research training is offered by academics and technical staff, as well as through both student and academic seminars. At Durham Computer Science we pride ourselves on being a small to medium sized department that conducts focused research in a number of key collaborative areas, and with a strong record of successful technology transfer. ...
دوره کارشناسی ارشد 12 months
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Computer Science MEng (Hons)

Durham University

Course Learning and Teaching: The programme is mainly delivered through a mixture of lectures, practical and problem classes. Typically lectures provide key information on a particular field of study and identify the main areas for discussion and debate among Computer Scientists. You will be introduced to both basic and advanced concepts, techniques and methods in Computer Science through lectures with associated written and multimedia presentations, and your knowledge and understanding are reinforced in practical and problem classes and through summative and formative assignments. The balance of these types of activities changes over the course of the programme, as you develop your knowledge and the ability as an independent learner. In Year 1 you will take five core Computer Science modules which are 10 hours a week of lectures, and five, two-hour practicals each week. You will also study an elective module selected from those offered by any Board of Studies across the University. Outside timetabled contact hours, you are also expected to undertake your own independent study to prepare for your classes and broaden your subject knowledge. The balance starts to shift in the Year 2 as you develop your abilities as an independent learner. Lectures, typically 12 hours a week, still play an important role in supporting you in developing your knowledge and skills. Associated with the lecture series you normally attend six, two-hour practical classes a week. This move towards greater emphasis on independent learning continues in the third year with the basic material and techniques learned throughout Year 1 and 2 being applied and extended with material in Year 3 being at a much more advanced level. Some Year 3 teaching is research-led and reflective of not only the research expertise of academic staff at Durham, but also cutting-edge advances in the industry. You will typically have eight hours a week of lectures and depending on your choice of modules can have two hours of problem classes or practicals a week. You will undertake an individual project which is a detailed study of a particular area resulting in a significant piece of independent research. This project gives you the opportunity to pursue a chosen topic under the supervision of a member of academic staff with whom you will typically have a minimum of 11 hours of one-to-one supervisory meetings across the academic year. You will normally attend five hours of workshops which prepare you for this work. Year 4 involves an even more significant amount of self-study than in Year 3. Again, you are expected to drive your own learning and your progress is monitored and supported by 11 hours of individual project supervision for your research and development advanced project, and approximately eight hours of problem classes associated with each chosen module. Less emphasis is placed on supervised practical work but this reduction of supervised learning time enables you to better direct and evaluate your own learning. Learning at this level is geared towards critical, independent and innovative thinking. Throughout the programme, you will have access to an Academic Adviser who will provide you with academic support and guidance. Typically you will meet with your adviser once or twice per term, in addition to which all members of teaching staff have weekly office hours when they are available to meet with students on a ‘drop-in’ basis. This course is Accredited by the British Computer Society, the Chartered Institute for IT for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered IT Professional. ...
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Computer Science BSc (Hons)

Durham University

Course Learning and Teaching: The programme is mainly delivered through a mixture of lectures, practical and problem classes. Typically lectures provide key information on a particular field of study and identify the main areas for discussion and debate among Computer Scientists. You will be introduced to both basic and advanced concepts, techniques and methods in Computer Science through lectures with associated written and multimedia presentations, and your knowledge and understanding are reinforced in practical and problem classes and through summative and formative assignments. The balance of these types of activities changes over the course of the programme, as you develop your knowledge and ability as an independent learner. In Year 1 you will take five core Computer Science modules which normally is 10 hours a week of lectures, and five two-hour practicals each week. You will also study an elective module selected from those offered by any Board of Studies across the University. Outside timetabled contact hours, you are also expected to undertake your own independent study to prepare for your classes and broaden your subject knowledge. The balance starts to shift in Year 2 as you develop your abilities as independent learners. Lectures, typically 12 hours a week, still play an important role in supporting you in developing your knowledge and skills. Associated with the lecture series you will normally attend six two-hour practical classes a week. This move towards greater emphasis on independent learning continues in the third year with the basic material and techniques learned throughout Year 1 and 2 being applied and extended with material in Year 3 being at a much more advanced level. Some Year 3 teaching is research-led and reflective of not only the research expertise of academic staff at Durham, but also cutting-edge advances in industry. You will normally have eight hours a week of lectures and depending on your choice of modules can have two hours of problem classes or practicals a week. You will undertake an individual project which is a detailed study of a particular area resulting in a significant piece of independent research. This project gives you the opportunity to pursue a chosen topic under the supervision of a member of academic staff with whom you will typically have a minimum of 11 hours of one-to-one supervisory meetings across the academic year. You will normally attend five hours of workshops which prepare you for this work. Throughout the programme, all students have access to an Academic Adviser who will provide them with academic support and guidance. Typically you will meet with your adviser once or twice per term, in addition to which all members of teaching staff have weekly office hours when they are available to meet with students on a ‘drop-in’ basis. ...
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