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Computing Science and Mathematics (Joint Honours)

EngineeringAston University
Undergraduate
4 years full time
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GBP 14,800


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Computing Science is the exciting and rapidly evolving discipline that provides the foundation for our computers everywhere world. It includes how computer systems are organised, how computer applications are developed, and a whole range of tools and techniques like databases, networking, websites, multimedia, computer graphics, and artificial intelligence, i.e. using computers for human activities like vision and reasoning. By studying Computing Science you will be well placed for numerous challenging and rewarding career opportunities. Surveys in the UK and abroad predict a shortage of computing professionals for the foreseeable future. Our course is designed to enable students to acquire a high level of technical expertise so they can contribute to the production of quality computer applications.

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