Gain a rock-solid grounding in the fundamentals of computing, information science and informatics. Develop the skills to write code, create and manage software projects using the latest agile development methods. And learn about test-driven development and DevOps.
Then specialise in the areas that interest you most – ending with a major individual software project. Previous topics include a wind farm simulation, modelling a self-driving car and an app to find and join live, location-based events.
You’ll learn within industry-standard facilities, including high-performance workstations, gigabit networking, 3D printers, robots, a 3D immersive cube, motion capture, AR, VR and MR.
Take a full placement year – which gives you outstanding tech industry experience – as a recognised part of your degree.
You could compete in international events like the Microsoft Imagine Cup. Or rise to the challenge of creating a computer game over a weekend in our Three Thing Game. Plus, benefit from our strong links with companies like EA, Sony and Black Marble with frequent talks by experts in the trade.