Gain the technical skills needed to break into the high demand industry of computer science with this conversion degree.
Mode of Study
11 Jan 2022
About the Programme
Designed for students from a non-computing background, this programme explores the fundamentals of computer science and software development. You will build your knowledge of key trends and themes within the field, while expanding your horizons with specialist modules in artificial intelligence.
Computer science at the University of Liverpool is research-driven and internationally renowned for its cutting-edge work. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework rated 97% of our research as being world-leading or internationally excellent – the highest proportion for any computer science department in the UK. We are especially well-regarded for our expertise in artificial intelligence, and our Digital Innovation Facility, opening in 2021, will provide a further hub for our collaborative research in emerging technologies.
You will have access to an online development environment to practice and refine your new technical skills, which also contains all of the technologies and software you will need for the course – inclusive within your tuition fee.
What is computer science?
Computer science is the study of computers and technology, as well as their applications in our day-to-day lives. Any piece of technology you use in your daily life is the result of the work of dedicated computer scientists who research, develop and improve ICT equipment for use in all kinds of sectors across the world.
From engineers working on algorithmic processes, technicians working with computational machines, and software developers coding digital experiences, there are all kinds of computer science jobs. A computer science degree can fast-track you onto your chosen career path, giving you skills that can last you across a lifetime of computer science.
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