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Meeting with continuing students 2 June 2004. Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Outline programmes progression and degree results.

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1 Meeting with continuing students 2 June 2004

2 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Outline programmes progression and degree results transfers good practice

3 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Programmes

4 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year1 computing programmes same courses computing and design programme one different course (1cu) no choices

5 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year1 CISCSICCDW Mathematics for Computing1102 Mathematics for Computing2102 Introduction to Computing and the Internet1110 Introduction to Computing and the Internet2110 Introduction to Java and OO Programming1109 Introduction to Java and OO Programming2109 Information Systems; Foundations of Ebusiness1108 Information Systems; Foundations of Ebusiness2108 Design Practice and Meaning for the WWW1D109 Design Practice and Meaning for the WWW2D109

6 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 2 all programmes same half (2cu) computing programmes maximum difference of 1cu computing and design its own course (1cu) no choices

7 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 2 CISCSICCDW Database Systems1209 Database Systems2209 Software Projects: Software Engineering1224 Software Projects: Research Methods2224 Graphical OO Programming in Java1219220 219 Internet Programming in Java2220 Website Design Implementation and Management2219221219 Data Communications1222223221 Enterprise Networks2222 Algorithms2223 Design Problems and Innovation1D210 Design Problems and Innovation2D210

8 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 final year project computing programmes Computing Project – 1cu computing and design Computing and Design project – 2cu

9 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 compulsory/optional courses (in ½ cu) CIS 3 opt (sem1) | 3 opt (sem2) CS 1 comp + 2 opt (sem1) | 1 comp + 2 opt (sem2) IC 1 comp + 2 opt (sem1) | 1 comp + 2 opt (sem2) CDW 2 opt (sem1) | 1 comp + 1 opt (sem2)

10 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 colour code compulsory purple-red optional green default option blue

11 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 CISCSICCDW Logic Programming (335)1ocoo E-Commerce (323)1ooco Neural Networks (311)1oooo Computer Security (326)1oooo Decisions Support Systems (319)1oooo Data Compression (325)1oooo Language Design and Implementation (324)2oc/ooo Artificial Intelligence (341)2oc/ooo User Interface Design (322)2oocc Advanced Databases: Data Mining and Warehousing2oooo Internet Programming in Java2oo Website Design Implementation and Management2o Enterprise Networks2ooo Algorithms2ooo

12 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 students for course choices refer to intranet – course choices deadline 14 June 2004 possible alterations the info provided on the web is not final check your email or the web page for possible updates

13 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 year 3 students – project allocation http://www.mcs.gold.ac.uk/~mas01sd/alloc1/ who is not on the list should email Sebastian choice of supervisor each member of staff has allocated a fixed number of projects

14 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Progression and Degree

15 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Progression pass overall cw and exam mark: above 35% first year (ft) no re-sit: 3 cu at level 1 re-sit: 4 cu at level 1 second year (ft) no re-sit: 3 cu at level 2 re-sit: 4 cu at level 2

16 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Degree rough formula 6 best ½ cu at level 1 (w1) 6 best ½ cu at level 3 (w5) 8 best ½ cu at level 2 and (remaining) 3 (w3) 1cu == 2 * ½ cu of the same mark final year project must be considered final assessment: 10 cu must pass: 9(old)/10(new) cu must have proper attempt to all 12 cu

17 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Results

18 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Results letter from college marks advice on failed modules (how to retake) by August 1 st department database results will not be published on your profile until after the college has sent the letters

19 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Transfers

20 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Transfers end of level 1 must pass year 1 straightforward between computing programmes from computing to CDW must lose 1 year from CDW to computing: probably must lose 1 year may be possible to take exam in IS and E-Business at end of year 2

21 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Transfers end of level 2 must pass year 2 between computing programmes options available (some will become compulsory) to make up for the unattended courses prevent re-doing material already studied at level 2 from computing to CDW must lose 1 year; do both Design modules + nformally work on project from CDW to computing: must lose 1 year; do both lost cu + informally work on project

22 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Good Practice

23 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Good Practice a few points cw submission / excuses formal evidence normally required problems contact PT (or someone else DST, DOS, Secretary) asap this may become proof of extenuating circumstances keep good contact with PT meetings with staff surgeries ask for appointments check your college email regularly make sure we have your correct contact details

24 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Good Practice a few points temporary withdrawals does not excuse from resits deferred assessment (including project) only in exceptional circumstances must be flagged early, generally otherwise, awarded only by exam sub-board

25 Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College 2 June 2004 Questions


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