School of Computer Science

MSc Human-Computer Interaction [9151]

Compulsory Modules to a total of 120 credits

Code Title Autumn Spring Summer
06-25020 Advanced Human Computer Interaction 10 - -
06-23856 Evaluation Methods and Statistics 10 - -
06-25689 Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing (Extended) - 20 -
06-02637 Project - Advanced MSc - - 60
06-06991 Research Skills 10 - -
06-25022 Research Topics in HCI - 10 -

Optional Modules to a total of 30 to 60 credits

Code Title Autumn Spring Summer
06-15255 Compilers & Languages (Extended) 10 - -
06-28206 Computer-Aided Verification (Extended) - 10 -
06-20008 Cryptography 10 - -
06-26944 Distributed and Parallel Computing (Extended) - 10 -
06-26946 Enterprise Systems (Extended) - 20 -
06-07953 First semester mini-project 30 - -
06-19009 Individual Study 2 10 10 -
06-20233 Intelligent Data Analysis (Extended) - 10 -
06-15267 Intelligent Robotics (Extended) 20 - -
06-12412 Introduction to Neural Computation 10 - -
06-20236 Machine Learning (Extended) 10 - -
06-26950 Networks (Extended) 20 - -
06-07954 Second semester mini-project - 30 -
06-20010 Secure Programming - 10 -
06-27822 Security Research Seminar - 10 -
06-27641 Teaching Computer Science in Schools (Extended) - 10 -

Programme Notes:

  1. The Learning & Teaching and Assessment Methods above are not intended to be exclusive, but to indicate the main methods in use. Module Descriptions contain more detail.
  2. It is not intended to admit students to PGCert and PGDip programmes, although these qualifications will be available to students who have met the minimum requirements given in University Regulations.
  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.
  4. Students' individual programmes of study must be approved by the Programme Director (as the nominee of the Head of School).
  5. Project topics must be approved by the Programme Director as being appropriate to the Aims and Learning Outcomes of the programme.