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BSc Computer Science

Bachelor in Science (Hons) in Computer Science

[MOHE Approval Code: (N/0613/6/0004)(06/2029)(MQA/PA14674)]

The BSc Computer Science will allow you to develop a wide and practical skillset in computing, with strong programming and mathematics skills, as well as softer skills in project management, presentation and teamwork. You will also have a portfolio of work that you can present to potential employers. The Degree comprises of modules from specialisations such as data science, games development, virtual reality, web and mobile development, machine learning & artificial intelligence and physical computing & internet of things. 

With the BSc Computer Science, you will be qualified for a range of computational and mathematical jobs in the creative industries, business, finance, education, medicine, engineering and science. Typical job titles include application programmer, software engineer, creative coder, video game developer and systems analyst.

Goldsmiths, University of London

The academic content for the BSc Computer Science degree has been developed by the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths, one of the UK's top creative universities. 


World-renowned teaching 

Founded in 1891, Goldsmiths is world-renowned for teaching and research in creative, cultural and computational disciplines. Goldsmiths encourages students to explore ideas, challenge boundaries, investigate fresh ways of thinking, and stretch themselves intellectually and creatively. The Department of Computing at Goldsmiths is driven by a view of computer science that captures this spirit. 

Interactive degree

Goldsmiths believes that studying computer science is learning by doing and experimenting. The department uses a project-based style of teaching for a range of topics from computer and data science all the way through to art, music, social science and journalism. 

This ethos has created highly interactive degrees that make use of the latest technology and education. You will learn from experts in computing, whose experience spans many regions and industries.

Besides computer science, Goldsmiths' Department of Computing research and teaching also covers an array of topics including computational art, virtual reality, computer music, digital sociology and education technology.

An Innovative Degree designed by Leading Academics at Goldsmiths

Goldsmiths is one of the UK's top creative universities. The BSc Computer Science from the University of London gives you the skills to achieve your career goals. The degree which is powered by Coursera (the world's leading MOOC's), use creative interactive approaches to provide immersive learning experiences that will help you build the technical and transferable skills you need for a fulfilling career. Your learning journey will also be supported by the lecturing team at Crescendo.

Career Focused

Whether you want to work with the latest digital technologies, artificial intelligence or develop the next hit video game, the BSc Computer Science degree will help you learn through project work, developing the skills and portfolio you need to boost your job prospects.

Final year in London

 

Optional 

Students have the option to study on campus at Goldsmiths in the final year.*

*Terms & Conditions apply

Software Engineer Application Developer Systems Analyst
Mobile Software Engineer Games Developer Data Engineer
Computer Programmer Machine Learning Engineer Data Analyst

September

2 passes in A Level (Grade A~D) + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. English & Additional Mathematics)

A pass in Matriculation with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. English & Additional Mathematics)

2 passes in STPM (A~C) + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. English & Additional Mathematics)*

Foundation Programme accredited by MQA with a minimum CGPA of 2.50 + 5 Credits in SPM (incl. English & Additional Mathematics)

Diploma in Computer Science or equivalent with a minimum CGPA of 2.8 + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. English & Additional Mathematics)

Note:Candidates without a credit in Additional Mathematics at SPM level or its equivalent may be admitted if the Diploma programme contains subjects in mathematics that are equivalent to Additional Mathematics at SPM level. 

5 Credits (A~B) in UEC (incl. Additional Mathematics) + 3 Credits in SPM (incl. Mathematics & English)*

*Subjects must be different or "non-overlapping" and are acceptable to the University of London.