1st or 2nd class Honours degree or equivalent in science, engineering or mathematics.
A standard module normally consists of a 1-week course of lectures and practical sessions followed by the equivalent of 1 week of assessed directed study; standard modules offered include: introduction to numerical methods (core); introduction to programming in Fortran 95 (core 2 ); programming and software development in C (alternative core 2); computer graphics; intelligent systems; neural networks; high performance and parallel computing; computational methods for ordinary differential equations; computational partial differential equations; optimisation; statistical analysis and trials; the standard module in computer graphics is also offered using distance learning as an alternative to the normal mode of delivery; this creates a blended learning variant for part-time students; advanced modules, which enable students to explore some areas in greater depth, are offered in most of these topics; these advanced modules involve an additional 2 weeks of assessed directed study.
Assessment methods include continuous assessment, examinations and thesis.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Shrivenham||Swindon||SN6 8LA||South West|
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