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University of London’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Earn a University of London degree in Computer Science and apply your creativity

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    Earn a University of London degree in Computer Science and apply your creativity to in-demand technology.
    Open the door to sought-after technology careers with a world-class online Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Computer Science degree from the University of London. You’ll master in-demand computing skills, solve complex problems, and hone your innovation and creativity. The hands-on project-based approach will help develop the technical and transferable skills needed for a fulfilling career in your field.

    AT A GLANCE
    In addition to core computer science foundations, students will work with cutting-edge topics like Machine Learning and AI, Data Science, Web and Mobile Development, Physical Computing and the Internet of Things, Games Development, VR, and User Experience.

    Who is this degree for:
    The University of London Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree is designed to provide those passionate about computing with instruction in computer science fundamentals. Whether you have high school qualifications or you’re already working in a computer science field, you can earn a valuable degree that will help move your career forward.
    The course material ranges from entry-level subjects to specialized topics. If you already have a degree outside of computer science, the curriculum will give you the chance to stay up to date and learn commercial applications of computing practices.
    The degree programme is designed to fit around work, family, and other commitments in your life. You can study on your own schedule from anywhere via the web or your mobile device.

    Tuition:
    The total cost of the programme is between £10,088 - £15,132, depending upon geographic location. You won’t be billed upfront for the whole degree. Instead, pay as you go - each time you take a module, you’ll pay the tuition just for that module. If you need to take a term off, you won’t be charged during that term.

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    Try a Course
    The University of London offers a number of online taster courses and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), designed to introduce themes that are included in degree programmes. The University is running three open courses that explore topics covered in the BSc Computer Science degrees.

    Introduction to Computer Programming This course provides the foundational skillset required to write computer programs. You’ll learn how to write interactive, graphical programs from an introductory level in a real programming language. The course uses the Javascript language and the p5.js.library.

    How Computers Work This course is designed for people who use computers, smartphones and the internet regularly and want to understand more about how they work. It is for beginners in computer science and people interested in a more formal study of computer science. This course covers fundamental concepts that can be applied to any software or computer system, and how to apply concepts to solve everyday problems.

    Mathematics for Computer Science This course covers the mathematical foundations needed to work in computer science in any of its strands, from business to visual digital arts, music, games. At any stage of the problem solving and modelling stage you will need proper numerical and computational tools. Learn binary and other number bases, tools to understand sequences of numbers, how to represent space numerical using coordinates, and study variations of quantities via functions and their graphs. Solve computing and everyday life problems using these tools, from sending secret messages to designing computer graphics.

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