Your course directors are Raphaël Clifford and Ashley Montanaro.

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Unit Code | CP | Unit Title | GG41 | GGK1 |
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COMS10001 | 20 | Programming and Algorithms II | c | c |

COMS10002 | 20 | Programming and Algorithms I | c | c |

MATH11005 | 20 | Linear Algebra and Geometry | c | c |

MATH11006 | 20 | Analysis 1 | c | c |

MATH11007 | 20 | Calculus 1 | c | c |

MATH11300 | 10 | Probability 1 | c | c |

MATH11511 | 10 | Number Theory and Group Theory | c | c |

Key: c - Core Choice

Unit Code | CP | Unit Title | GG41 | GGK1 |
---|---|---|---|---|

COMS12600 | 10 | Introduction to Computer Architecture | o | o |

COMS20600 | 10 | Concurrency | c | c |

COMS21103 | 20 | Data Structures and Algorithms | c | c |

COMS21202 | 20 | Symbols, Patterns and Signals | c | c |

COMS22303 | 10 | Language Engineering | c | c |

Key: o - Option Choice, c - Core Choice

As well as the compulsory units, you must choose one of Computer Networks or Intro to Computer Architecture, plus a further 40 credits of Maths options (including at least 20 credits at level 2.)Unit Code | CP | Unit Title | GG41 | GGK1 |
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COMS30002 | 10 | Cryptography A | o | o |

COMS30106 | 10 | Artificial Intelligence with Logic Programming | o | o |

COMS30115 | 10 | Computer Graphics | o | o |

COMS30121 | 10 | Image Processing and Computer Vision | o | o |

COMS30127 | 10 | Computational Neuroscience | o | o |

COMS30301 | 10 | Introduction to Machine Learning | o | o |

COMS30500 | 40 | Individual Project | o | - |

COMS30501 | 20 | Individual Short Project | - | o |

COMS30901 | 10 | Applied Security | o | o |

COMS31000 | 10 | Character and Set Design | o | o |

COMS31700 | 10 | Design Verification | o | o |

COMS31900 | 10 | Advanced Algorithms | o | o |

COMS32500 | 10 | Web Technologies | o | o |

COMS35101 | 10 | High Performance Computing | o | o |

COMS35102 | 10 | Embedded System Integration | o | o |

Key: o - Option Choice

For GG14, in addition to one of the 40 credit point project units, you must take 40 credit points of Computer Science options and 40 credit points of Mathematics options, all at level three. The programme director can approve exceptions to the level three rule, and can also approve other units (e.g. from the Engineering Maths or Electrical Engineering departments) to replace either CS or Maths options.

For GG1K, you must take one of the two 20 credit project units, bearing in mind that the opposite topic must be chosen next year. In total, including the project, you should choose 60 credits of units from each department, all at level three. The programme director can approve exceptions to the level three rule, and can also approve other units (e.g. from the Engineering Maths or Electrical Engineering departments) to replace either CS or Maths options.

Unit Code | CP | Unit Title | GGK1 |
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COMSM0001 | 10 | Production Project | o |

COMSM0007 | 10 | Cryptography B | o |

COMSM0109 | 10 | Advanced Computer Architecture | o |

COMSM0125 | 10 | Fault Tolerant Computing and VLSI Testing | o |

COMSM0130 | 40 | Individual Project | o |

COMSM0305 | 10 | Learning in Autonomous Systems | o |

COMSM1105 | 10 | Animation Production | o |

COMSM1500 | 10 | Systems Security | o |

COMSM2001 | 10 | Server Software | o |

COMSM2006 | 10 | Algorithmic and Economic Aspects of the Internet | o |

COMSM4111 | 10 | Robotic Systems | o |

Key: o - Option Choice

You must take a 40 credit point project either in Mathematics or in Computer Science. This needs to be chosen so that over the third and fourth years you have taken one project in Mathematics and one project in Computer Science. In addition, you should choose 40 credit points of level M units from each department. The programme director can approve exceptions to the level M rule, but normally you need to take 120 credits at level M over the third and fourth years. The programme director can approve other units (e.g. from the Engineering Maths or Electrical Engineering departments) to replace either CS or Maths options.