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Our programmes span a wide range of computer science subject areas including Data Science, Digital Security, Information Technology, Logic and Computation, and more.
Computer Science is the study of computers and computer concepts: their systems, design, development and use.
This undergraduate programme teaches you how to use data to understand biological systems, evolution and relationships.
If you're interested in managing and analysing big data and driving innovation across all industries, data science might be for you.
Our postgraduate programme in Digital Security focuses on the online protection of assets, personal identity and technology.
Taught jointly with the Faculty of Business, this programme combines computing skills with current business practice.
At postgraduate level, learn the technical skills and business awareness essential to the design and security of today's digital devices.
Study of the development of computer languages and investigate their laws and methods. Taught jointly with the Faculty of Arts.