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MEng in Electronic and Software Engineering [0592]

Fourth Year, 2011/12

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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.)

For the School of Computer Science part of their degree programme, students take the following modules to an overall total of 40 to 70 credits.

Credits
Code Module Sem1 Sem2

Optional Modules to a total of 40 to 70 credits
Either 0 or 60 credits chosen from:
06 02456 Project - E&SE/MEng [Note 1] 30 30
Between 10 and 40 credits chosen from:
06 15255 Compilers & Languages (Extended)   10
06 23899 Computer Security 20  
06 20008 Cryptography 10  
06 19009 Individual Study 2 [May be taken in either Sem1 or Sem2 but not both] 10 10
06 20233 Intelligent Data Analysis (Extended)   10
06 22753 Introduction to Evolutionary Computation 10  
06 12412 Introduction to Neural Computation 10  
06 20236 Machine Learning (Extended) 10  
06 12418 Nature Inspired Design   10
06 12416 Nature Inspired Optimisation [Not offered in 2011/12]   10
06 23640 Networks and Distributed Systems (Extended) 20  
06 23900 Network Security   20
06 23635 Operating Systems with C/C++ (Extended) 20  
06 20234 Planning (Extended) [Not offered in 2011/12]   10
06 22457 Quantum Computing and Cryptography [Not offered in 2011/12]   10
06 20010 Secure Programming   10

Notes

  1. Students must take a project in one of their two disciplines.
  2. MEng students should note when choosing options that some topics may be studied either in the third year or in the fourth year but not both. Hence it is important to plan option choices across both years. Module descriptions for each module list the prohibited combinations.
  3. Not all options may be available in any particular year. Some option combinations are only available if the timetable permits. As students may have to make preliminary option choices before timetables are available, changes may be needed later if there are clashes. In selecting options, students need to pay attention to pre- and co-requisites.

Undergraduate Degree Programmes for 2011/12