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For Courses formerly in the Department of Computer Science
OLD RULES OF ASSESSMENT FOR 3-YEAR HONOURS DEGREE COURSES 2008-09
These rules take effect for students repeating the FINAL year in October 2008, or returning to the
final year after intermitting in 07/08.
SINGLE HONOURS SCHEMES
In order to achieve programme outcomes and be eligible for the award of a degree, students will be required
to achieve:
(a)
an overall weighted degree mark of 40% or more across all the modules taken, and
(b)
a final aggregate mark of 40% or more in designated modules for the degree courses as listed in
Table 3.
If a student failed to meet the requirements for the award of a degree on one of the following endorsed
courses:
Computer Science (Software Engineering)
Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)
Computer Science (Embedded Systems and Robotics)
Computer Science (Internet Technology)
but had satisfied the criteria for the BSc Computer Science degree (G400), he or she would be eligible for the
award of BSc Computer Science.
JOINT DEGREE SCHEMES
In order to achieve programme outcomes and be eligible for the award of a degree, students will be required
to achieve:
(a)
an overall weighted degree mark of 40% or more across all the modules taken, and
(b)
a final aggregate mark in designated modules for the degree course, as listed in Table 4.
WEIGHTING OF SECOND AND FINAL YEARS
The second year will contribute 40%, and the final year will contribute 60% towards the overall assessment
for the degree.
Table 3 – Single Honours Courses - designated modules for final year students
Degree course
Module code
Minimum Final
Aggregate Mark
Required
Computer Science G400
CC301
40%
Computer Science
(Software Engineering) G600
CC301
40%
CC371
40%
CC372
40%
CC373
40%
CC301
40%
CC383
40%
CC384
40%
CC385
40%
CC301
40%
CC361
40%
CC362
40%
CC363
40%
CC301
40%
CC391
40%
CC392
40%
EE313
40%
Computer Science
(Artificial Intelligence) G700
Computer Science
(Embedded Systems and Robotics) G4G7
Computer Science
(Internet Technology) G4N1
Table 4 – Joint Degree Courses - designated modules for final year students
Degree course
Module code
Minimum Final
Aggregate Mark
Required
Computing and Management G4N3
CC301
40%