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Why study Computer Science and Software Engineering

Computer Science and Software Engineering gives a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of computation and software development and can lead to careers with large multinational companies and companies developing specialised software.

Multimedia, Mobile and Web Development includes design and programming for the growing area of mobile and web applications. All options include teamwork, a major project and a six-month industrial placement (subject to availability) as well as modules in advanced topics such as computer vision, theoretical computer science, robotics, cryptography and neurocomputation.

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Undergraduate Degrees

Qualification & Course Title CAO Code
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE MH201
BSc COMPUTATIONAL THINKING MH603
BSc COMPUTER SCI & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (CSS) MH602
BSc COMPUTER SCI & SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (ARTS) (CSA) MH601
BSC IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING (MALAYSIA)
BSc MULTIMEDIA, MOBILE & WEB DEVELOPMENT (ARTS) (MWA) MH601
BSc MULTIMEDIA, MOBILE & WEB DEVELOPMENT (MWS) MH602

Taught Masters, Diplomas & Certificates

Qualification & Course Title PAC Code
ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MSC IN ADVANCED SOFTWARE SYSTEMS DEPENDABILITY MHG72
ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MSC IN ADVANCED SOFTWARE SYSTEMS DEPENDABILITY TAUGHT MASTERS (9)
EUROPEAN DOUBLE MSC IN DEPENDABLE SOFTWARE SYSTEMS’ MHG60
HIGHER DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MHG54
HIGHER DIPLOMA IN SCIENCE (COMPUTER SCIENCE) MHG58
MSc COMPUTER SCIENCE (APPLIED) MHG68
MSc GEOCOMPUTATION MH50B
MSC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (SOFTWARE ENGINEERING). MHG50

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