Mathematics and Computer Science are disciplines central to almost everything we do, from everyday finance to scientific discovery. In addition, our undergraduate mathematics degrees (BSc Mathematics, BSc Mathematical Sciences and BSc Industrial Mathematics) are accredited by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) – the chartered institute for mathematics. Also, our degrees in Computing and Computer Science are accredited by the BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT. To support our students we have developed excellent specialist facilities including the Computer Games and Computer Networking labs.
The School of Mathematics & Computer Science has launched a new degree in Cybersecurity. Principal Lecturer Tony Proctor, a Consultant and Information Security Researcher in the School, gives his insight on the new course below. Click here for more information on the course.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering officially launched the Alan Turing Building on Wednesday 29th March with a series of exciting events.
Click here to visit the homepage of the Mathematics group at the University of Wolverhampton. The research interests of the group include Cybermetrics, Statistics, Computational Algebra and Solar Physics. The Mathematics group are committed to excellence in teaching and consistently receive excellent scores in the National Student Survey. They recently received a score of 100% for overall student satisfaction! The Mathematics degree programmes are designed around the core areas of Mathematics, Statistics and Cybermetrics. Find out more here.
Our Mathematics and Computing degree courses have been developed in close consultation with industry practitioners so that you have the up to date technical knowledge and design flair to work in today’s ever changing industry. View all of our courses here.
Our postgraduate courses have been designed to reflect current and emerging practices in industry and to expand your technological awareness such that you can play a pivotal role in your chosen profession. View all of our courses here.
Working with EmployabilityUK, students on the M.Sc. Computer Science were tasked with creating a platform in which students could have an effective way to communicate with their tutors. Find out more below.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering offers Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the form of UK and International short courses focused on best professional practice. These courses have been carefully designed to meet the requirements of learning professionals, business managers, policy makers. CPD Opportunities
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