BSc in Computer Science with Business Management [5914]

First Year, 2004/05

Next Year's Version

Please read the notes below the module table.

Follow the link from the module code to see the full Syllabus Page for each of the modules taught by the School of Computer Science.
(Any links to modules taught outside the School are to the Academic Office web site, and may not work.)

Students take the following modules to an overall total of 120 credits.


Compulsory Modules to a total of 120 credits
06 18186Design & Media Team [New module for 2004/05] 10
06 18187Foundations of Computer Science [New module for 2004/05]1010
06 18188Introduction to AI [New module for 2004/05]10 
06 11224Introduction to Software Engineering 10
06 18190Software Workshop 1 [New module for 2004/05]2010
07 14505Introduction to Financial Analysis [Note 1]10 
07 14507Business Organisation & Management [Note 1]10 
07 02720Introduction to Economics [Note 1] 10
07 02694The International Economy [Note 1] 10


  1. More information about the business modules will be found on the Business Management Minor web page. As of 20/5/04, at least one of the links above to the module descriptions was wrong; the Business School web pages seem more likely to be correct.
  2. Progress Decisions For information on progression, see Assessment in Bachelors Programmes.
  3. Module Failure The School of Computer Science has special rules on when resits are allowed for some failed workshop or programming modules. These modules require a mark of at least 30% to allow a resit; below this mark a repeat is compulsory. The Syllabus web page for every module defines the resit rules if they are different from the first attempt -- follow the links under the module code. For further information on module assessment, select the correct "Assessment of Modules" link from the Assessment web page.

Undergraduate Degree Programmes for 2004/05

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Content last updated:20 May 2004