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BSc, MSci

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4 Years

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About Computer Science with Mathematics at Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds

Do you enjoy logical and creative thinking for solving puzzles and practical problems? Do you want to break boundaries and make discoveries with real-world impacts? With a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics, you will be in an excellent position to master the latest developments in algorithms, artificial intelligence, data analytics, computational science and much more.

This MSci, BSc programme is co-taught by the School of Computing and School of Mathematics, with the aim of preparing the next generation to meet some of the major challenges facing the modern world. You’ll gain the skills to pursue opportunities across a wide range of application areas, from games to cyber-security, from finance to analysis of business and networks, from engineering to medicine.

We place equal weight on both subjects to allow you to gain strong foundations as well as practical expertise. Mathematics and computer science offer complementary insights into topics such as logic, algorithms, graph theory, optimisation and machine learning, scientific computing and big data, all of which you will explore in this degree.

You will study among experts in specialist facilities, benefiting from world-class expertise in both schools. You will also apply what you’ve learned to an individual research project, helping you to develop the range of skills and experience you will need for a professional or academic career.

Research excellence

Our teaching is closely informed by research and innovation across algorithms and complexity, artificial intelligence, computational science engineering, distributed systems engineering and applied computing in biology, medicine and health. This offers a wide range of exciting areas for your final year project, where you will work on a cutting-edge topic of your choice under close expert supervision.

Researchers in the School of Computing and the School of Mathematics collaborate closely across a number of areas and are involved with:

Specialist facilities

You will have access to specialist facilities including well-equipped labs containing Linux and Microsoft platforms. For final-year project work you will also be able to make the most of our research facilities, such as a 53-megapixel Powerwall display and dedicated 3D virtual reality suite, a new testbed for cloud computing and dedicated labs with high-spec, dual-display Linux workstations, iPad, Mac and Android development areas, as well as access to world-class robotics labs.

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