This program is available only to students in program 3978 who are recipients of a co-op scholarship.
UOC denotes Units of Credit, a measure of the amount of work required in a course.
|YEAR 1||S1 UOC||S2 UOC|
|Higher Mathematics 1A or
|Higher Mathematics 1B or
|YEAR 2||S1 UOC||S2 UOC|
|COMP2911||Engineering Design in Computing||6||-|
|COMP2121||Microprocessors and Interfacing||6||-|
|COMP4904||Industrial Training 1||-||18|
|YEAR 3||S1 UOC||S2 UOC|
|Management and Ethics or
Software Project Management *
|COMP4905||Industrial Training 2||-||15|
|YEAR 4||S1 UOC||S2 UOC|
|COMP4906||Industrial Training 3||15||-|
|Level 3/4 Computer Science Electives||-||24|
* COMP3711 will be replaced by COMP4920 from s2, 2012 onwards. If it suits timetabling requirements, students may still take COMP3711 in s1 or COMP4920 in s2.
Electives are selected from any other discipline where pre-requisites are met. Studetns should observe the followoing restrictions:
Recommended Coop electives are COMP3121 Algorithms & Programming Techniques and COMP3331 Computer Networks & Applications.
Full list of COMP courses available here.
UNSW wants all students to develop skills in a broad range of areas, not just in their specific study discipline, and so students in all degrees are required to undertake a number of general studies courses outside their discipline. Students should select courses from disciplines that are not available in their program as core or elective courses.
See UNSW on General Educaiton for more information.
Computer Science Honours takes one year full-time or two years part-time of study. Normally, students are expected to have attained an average mark of 65 (according to the myUNSW calculations) to qualify for entry to the honours year. Students who do not meet this expectation may be admitted in special circumstances.
Students who have graduated with a three year computer science degree from the University of NSW or another university can apply for admission to honours.
Detailed information about the program is available on the Honours website.