Computer Science with Business & Management with Industrial Experience (4 Years) [BSc]


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CS with Business Management BSc

Taught jointly by the School of Computer Science and Manchester Business School, this interdisciplinary course combines the study of computer systems development (67% of the course) with the study of the underlying principles and practices of business and management (33% of the course).

These business aspects will give you an appreciation of the whole business environment, from management and marketing, through the financial aspects and human resource management, to the development of technology for application to new products, processes and services. We combine these with core computer science topics in programming, software development and database management, and give you the opportunity to study topics from specialised areas, such as distributed computing and artificial intelligence.


 

Course variants

You can study this course in the following variants:

Course unit choices

The following table provides an indication of the typical choice of course units available to students studying Computer Science with Business Management wIE BSc (Hons).
For a detailed explanation of course units available to current students please refer to the options page of the School's intranet for current students.

Study year 1 course units

Students take a set of course units from the following list. Some units are compulsory and some are optional. Other external course units may be available. For full details of the see the options page of the School's intranet for current students.

Course unit codeTitle
COMP10120First Year Team Project
COMP11120Mathematical Techniques for Computer Science
COMP16121Object Oriented Programming with Java 1
COMP16212Object Oriented Programming with Java 2
BMAN10011Fundamentals of Management
BMAN10552Fundamentals of Finance
BMAN10621BFundamentals of Financial Reporting
COMP11212Fundamentals of Computation
COMP14112Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
COMP18112Fundamentals of Distributed Systems

Study year 2 course units

Students take a set of course units from the following list. Some units are compulsory and some are optional. Other external course units may be available. For full details of the see the options page of the School's intranet for current students.

Course unit codeTitle
COMP23311Software Engineering 1
COMP23412Software Engineering 2
COMP26120Algorithms and Imperative Programming
BMAN20821New Product Development and Innovation
COMP21111Logic and Modelling
COMP23111Fundamentals of Databases
COMP24111Machine Learning and Optimisation
COMP25111Operating Systems
BMAN10632Fundamentals of Accounting
BMAN20792Technology Strategy & Innovation 1
BMAN21012Global Contexts of Business and Management
COMP24412Symbolic AI
COMP25212System Architecture
COMP27112Computer Graphics and Image Processing
COMP28112Distributed Computing

Study year 3 course units

Students take a set of course units from the following list. Some units are compulsory and some are optional. Other external course units may be available. For full details of the see the options page of the School's intranet for current students.

Course unit codeTitle
COMP300303rd Year Project (Joint Hons 30 Credits)
BMAN30010Management of Knowledge and Innovation
BMAN30021Marketing
BMAN30022Strategy
COMP33511User Experience
COMP33711Agile Software Engineering
COMP36111Advanced Algorithms 1
COMP37111Advanced Computer Graphics
COMP38411Cryptography and Network Security
COMP34412Natural Language Systems
COMP35112Chip Multiprocessors
COMP36212Advanced Algorithms 2
COMP36512Compilers
COMP37212Computer Vision
COMP32412The Internet of Things: Architectures and Applications
COMP34120AI and Games
COMP38120Documents, Services and Data on the Web
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