About This Course
Subject available through multiple programmes
See Fees and Costs for full details.
Refer to CK101 See Requirements for full details.
Computer Science is a relatively young field and is showing rapid growth in terms of scientific and technological advancement and in terms of impact on diverse aspects of human existence.
First Year Module:
CS1202 Introduction to Computer Systems (15 credits)
Teaching methods used in the Department of Computer Science ensure a meaningful integration of the theoretical and practical aspects of computing. A coordinated series of lectures, tutorials, practicals and project assignment work are used for individual courses as appropriate.
Why Choose This Course
Placement or Study Abroad Information
Study abroad: If you are studying through the BA International, you will spend Year 3 studying at one of our partner universities abroad. We currently have links with universities in: Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden Mexico, and the USA.
Non-EU candidates are expected to have educational qualifications of a standard equivalent to the Irish Leaving Certificate. In addition, where such candidates are non-native speakers of the English language they must satisfy the university of their competency in the English language.
To verify if you meet the minimum academic and language requirements for this programme please visit our qualification comparison pages.
For more detailed entry requirement information please refer to the International website.
Mature Students Requirements
Please refer to the mature student entry requirements for details.
Fees and Costs
The Undergraduate Fees Schedule is available here.
How Do I Apply
Refer to CK101 and CK108.
Applicants who are interested in applying for the programme can apply online.
For full details of the non-EU application procedure visit our how to apply pages for international students.
**All Applicants please note: modules listed in the course outline above are indicative of the current set of modules for this course, but these are subject to change from year to year. Please check the college calendar for the full academic content of any given course for the current year.
In UCC, we use the term programme and course interchangeably to describe what a person has registered to study in UCC and its constituent colleges, schools and departments.