Cyfrifiadureg gyda blwyddyn mewn diwydiant (BSc)
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Mae’r byd diddorol a deinamig o gyfrifiadureg wrth galon nifer o agweddau o fywyd modern. Mae’r BSc Cyfrifiadureg yn rhoi gwybodaeth ymarferol a damcaniaethol sydd ei angen i fod yn rhan o’r byd yma.
The exciting and dynamic world of computer science is at the heart of many aspects of modern life, and the BSc Computer Science will give you both the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to become a part of that world.
Students on this course will develop transferable technical, analytical and professional skills, supported by a broad awareness of current technology trends. The course covers a mixture of core techniques and concepts and evolving, technology-based subject matter.
Graduates are able to objectively analyse problems and develop appropriate computational solutions. Your detailed understanding of technology will make you suitable for a range of professional careers and sought-after by employers.
The course does not require any prior knowledge or experience of computer science. You will begin your studies with a month-long module which establishes core concepts and competencies and supports the transition to studying at a university. You will have the opportunity to develop your interest in specialist areas of computer science through project work and module options.
This degree offers the opportunity to take an industrial placement between taught years two and three.
|Nifer Myfyrwyr newydd nesaf||Medi 2017|
|Ffurf||Llawn amser gyda blwyddyn ryngosod|
|Achrediadau||"BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT"|
|Lleoedd sydd ar gael fel arfer||The School typically has around 120 places available.|
|Nifer y ceisiadau a dderbynnir fel arfer||The School typically receives around 1,000 applications.|
|Cynnig Lefel A nodweddiadol||ABB-AAB|
|Cynnig CBC nodweddiadol||WBQ core will be accepted in lieu of one A-level (at the grades specified above), excluding Mathematics where required.|
|Cynnig Bagloriaeth Rhyngwladol nodweddiadol||33 points.|
|Cymwysterau amge||Gallai cymwysterau amgen gael eu derbyn. Cewch ragor o wybodaeth am ofynion mynediad ar dudalen meini prawf derbyn Ysgol Cyfrifiadureg a Gwybodeg.|
|Gofynion Iaith Saesneg||Os ydych yn ymgeisydd tramor ac nid Saesneg yw eich iaith gyntaf, ewch i'n tudalen am ofynion Iaith Saesneg i gael rhagor o wybodaeth am ba gymwysterau y byddwn yn eu derbyn.|
|Gofynion eraill||Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome. Specific admissions and selection criteria for this degree programme can be found online.|
This four-year course begins by introducing basic computing skills and concepts which will underpin the degree. Short projects in year one are followed by a substantial team project in year two, when you use new skills and knowledge to design and implement a software system. You will spend year three undertaking a salaried placement. In year four you focus on emerging technologies and research-led options, and undertake an individual project centred on your own interests. Computer Science is a fast-moving discipline. Minor revisions to the core module structure and options are currently being finalised in order to provide increased coverage of topics including ubiquitous, data-rich and cloud-based systems.
Mae'r modiwlau a ddangosir yn esiampl o'r cwricwlwm arferol. Byddant yn cael eu hadolygu cyn blwyddyn academaidd 2017/18. Bydd y modiwlau terfynol yn cael eu cyhoeddi erbyn mis Medi 2017
Modules taught in the first two semesters will introduce fundamental computing skills and concepts that form the basis of your degree. This includes the programming of algorithms using languages such as Python and Java™, an understanding of Internet and web technologies, computer architecture and operating systems, software engineering principles and mathematics for computer science. You will be expected to develop new technical and professional skills, and to demonstrate individual creativity and originality throughout the year.
|Teitl modiwl||Côd modiwl||Credydau|
|Computational Thinking||CM1101||20 credydau|
|Web Applications||CM1102||20 credydau|
|Problem Solving With Python||CM1103||20 credydau|
|Developing Quality Software||CM1202||20 credydau|
|Architecture and Operating Systems||CM1205||10 credydau|
|Maths for Computer Science||CM1208||10 credydau|
|Object Oriented Java Programming||CM1210||20 credydau|
Core modules taught in year two introduce advanced topics; some choice is introduced into the degree through optional modules. The structure and processing of data is further explored and simple algorithms are expanded into applications that are able to communicate via networks. Skills developed so far are applied during a team project to professionally design and implement a software system.
Blwyddyn tri: Blwyddyn Ryngosod
If you choose to take our Year in Industry option as part of your degree, preparation begins during year two when you will be supported by our dedicated Placement Officer and other university services to help secure an appropriate salaried post, and ensure you have access to a broad variety of relevant placement opportunities. The School will also provide support and guidance during your placement year, in which you will be given the opportunity to enhance your CV and boost your employment prospects by gaining the valuable experience and skills that employers require.
In year four you will focus on emerging technologies and advanced topics which are often informed by the School’s research. There are a number of optional modules to choose from depending on your specific interests. Contemporary topics taught include computer security and forensics investigation, high performance computing, artificial intelligence, computer vision, graphics, and multimedia. You will complete an individual project under staff supervision, driven by your interests.
|Teitl modiwl||Côd modiwl||Credydau|
|High Performance Computing||CM3103||20 credydau|
|Large-Scale Databases||CM3104||20 credydau|
|Knowledge Management||CM3107||20 credydau|
|Combinatorial Optimisation||CM3109||10 credydau|
|Artificial Intelligence||CM3112||10 credydau|
|Computer Vision||CM3113||10 credydau|
Sut caf fy addysgu?
The School of Computer Science & Informatics has a strong and active research culture, which informs and directs our teaching. We are committed to providing teaching of the highest standard. We received an excellent report in the most recent Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) review and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, regularly reviews and accredits our undergraduate degree courses.
Key skills such as programming are taught through a combination of lectures and lab-based practical sessions. Further support mechanisms are used to help digest material. These include example classes, tutorials and help sessions, amounting to a total of between 15-20 formal contact hours a week in year one.
Teaching delivery in years two and four mirrors that of year one, but there are fewer formal contact hours as you will have acquired the skills needed to take control of your own learning by these latter stages of the course.
You will undertake project work throughout the course, with the opportunity to exercise increasing independence at each level.
In year one, you will participate in team project work. The tasks are well defined and enable you to put into practice knowledge and skills acquired earlier in the academic year.
In year two, you will undertake a group project fostering systems design, interpersonal and presentation skills. Each group is monitored by a supervisor with whom the group must keep in regular contact.
Year four individual projects give you the chance to demonstrate your ability to build upon and exploit knowledge and skills gained in earlier years.
Sut y caf fy nghefnogi?
The course makes use of Cardiff University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Learning Central to provide course materials, and additional information is provided online.
The School prides itself on offering a comprehensive support structure to ensure positive student/staff relationships. You will be assigned a member of staff to act as your personal tutor, who will serve as a point of contact to advise on both academic and personal matters in an informal and confidential manner.
You will see your personal tutor on average once a month during your first year of study. During years two and three there is a reduced schedule of contact sessions, which takes into account the increasing academic and time demands as you progress. Outside scheduled tutor sessions, senior personal tutors run an open door policy and will be available to advise and respond to any personal matters.
Sut caf fy asesu?
Progress in each module will be assessed during or at the end of the semester in which it is taught. All modules include assessments, including written examinations or assessed coursework, or a combination of both. The format of the assessments depends on the learning outcomes of each specific module.
Most modules include coursework elements for assessment. The importance of good referencing, use of libraries and web-based information retrieval as a prelude to critical, independent study is developed. Assessed essays and reports are used to encourage knowledge and understanding, critical analysis, development of reasoned argument and synthesis of conclusions.
Practical assignments assess programming and design skills. These typically address small, well-defined problems at the start of the course, and become progressively open-ended. Tests are also used to assess knowledge, skills and techniques, which a professional may be expected to use in a time-constrained situation. You can also be assessed by poster presentation.
Feedback on assessed work will normally be made available no later than four working weeks after the assessment deadline. We recognise the importance not only of assessing the quality of the work submitted, but also of giving useful feedback which will help you in your understanding of the subject being assessed.
Feedback is used to identify what has been done well, why a particular mark was given, and what can be done to improve in the future. Feedback is given in a variety of ways including oral feedback given by staff on an informal, ongoing basis; written feedback on individual submissions, and written or oral feedback given to students as a group in tutorials, discussion classes and problems classes.
Pa sgiliau bydda i’n eu hymarfer a’u datblygu?
You will acquire and develop both discipline specific skills and important ‘employability skills’. These include:
- information literacy skills;
- career development planning and lifelong learning;
- ability to study independently.
Skilled computer scientists are in extremely high demand. This means the employment prospects for graduates in the computing and ICT industry are very strong. You will be equipped with transferrable skills that open doors to careers in many sectors.
In recent years, approximately 90% of the School’s graduates were in employment or engaged in further study within six months of graduation.
Recent statistics show that the vast majority of our graduates are following their chosen career paths in roles such as Software Engineer, Web Developer, Computer Programmer, Associate Software Developer, Business Analyst and Systems Development Officer. They go on to work for companies including Airbus Group, Amazon, BBC, BT, Cardiff University, Capgemini, Confused.com, GCHQ, IBM, Lloyds Banking Group, MoD, Morgan Stanley, Sky, South Wales Police and Thomson Reuters. Others have chosen further study or research at Cardiff or other top universities.
Myfyrwyr y DU ac UE (2017/18)
Bydd lefelau ffioedd dysgu i israddedigion amser llawn o'r DU a'r UE sy'n byw yng Nghymru ac sy'n dechrau eu gradd yn 2017 yn parhau i fod yn £9,000 y flwyddyn drwy gydol eu cwrs. Ewch i'n tudalennau ffioedd dysgu i gael y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf.
Gallai cymorth ariannol fod ar gael ar gyfer unigolion sy'n bodloni rhai meini prawf. Cewch ragor o wybodaeth yn ein hadran arian. Dim ond hyn a hyn o gymorth ariannol y gall y ffynonellau hyn eu cynnig, felly ni allwn warantu y bydd pawb sy'n bodloni'r meini prawf yn cael arian.
Myfyrwyr tu allan i'r UE (2017/18)
Caiff y ffioedd i fyfyrwyr rhyngwladol eu pennu ar gyfer y mwyafrif o gyrsiau israddedig tair blynedd o hyd. Mae hyn yn golygu y byddwch yn talu'r un pris ym mlwyddyn un ag y byddwch chi ym mlynyddoedd dau a thri. Mae rhai cyrsiau wedi'u heithrio, yn cynnwys rhaglenni pedair a phum mlynedd o hyd. Cysylltwch â ni am eglurhad llawn.
Costau blynyddoedd rhyngosod
Yn ystod blwyddyn ryngosod, (e.e. blwyddyn mewn diwydiant, blwyddyn ar leoliad neu flwyddyn dramor), bydd y ffi yn is. Cewch fanylion llawn ar ein tudalennau ffioedd.
Preparation for the placement begins during year two when you will be supported by the School's dedicated Placement Officer and other university services to help you secure an appropriate salaried post, and ensure you have access to a broad variety of relevant placement opportunities. The School will also provide support and guidance during your placement year, in which you will be given the opportunity to enhance your CV and boost your employment prospects by gaining the valuable experience and skills that employers require.
Mae Setiau Gwybodaeth Allweddol (KIS) yn ei gwneud hi’n hawdd i ddarpar fyfyrwyr i gymharu gwybodaeth am gyrsiau israddedig llawn neu ran amser ac maent ar gael ar wefan Unistats.