The BSc (Hons) Computer Science degree provides students with the opportunity to develop the experience, skills and knowledge to design and develop a variety of software and hardware computing solutions for real-world problems. Particular attention is paid to cutting-edge topics, such as artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction, in addition to core computer science disciplines. This aims to ensure that students' studies are at the forefront of research in the field and meeting the needs of the computing industry. In addition, students are encouraged to work with academics on research projects.
The MComp Computer Science degree is a four-year, integrated Master's degree designed to develop the experience, skills and knowledge to research, design and develop a variety of software and hardware computing solutions for real-world problems.
The BSc (Hons) Games Computing programme at Lincoln aims to develop the skills and attributes required for roles in the competitive computing sector. The course is designed to help students develop as versatile professionals, capable of thriving in a wide range of post-university employment destinations. Students also have the opportunity to develop skills that lend themselves to the ever-growing, multi-billion pound video games industry.
The MComp Games Computing is a four-year degree programme designed to enhance and extend the BSc (Hons) programme with an additional year of Master's level study. It provides the opportunity to study a range of modules in more detail and to complete a substantive project in an area of specific personal interest. Studying at Master’s level can enable students to both deepen and broaden their knowledge and understanding.