Computer Science Overview
Put industry experience and technical skills at the heart of your learning by studying computer science. Our Computer Science degree will help you to develop academically, professionally and personally.
We want to inspire and develop the next generation of software developers, designers, testers, analysts and project managers through our innovative approach. Our course has been designed in collaboration with the tech industry in Leeds, teaching you the skills and attributes that employers told us they wanted and with assessment designed to replicate industry practices.
Our course will help you develop technical skills but, more importantly, it will help you understand how to use and apply them to solve real-world problems. You will work with employers throughout your degree, gaining hands-on experience through professional work placements and developing your skills on live employer challenges and projects.
“There is a good mix between practical elements and lectures. I also find that the lecturers are very helpful and make themselves available if you’re struggling.”
Computer Science BA (Hons)
Do you enjoy working creatively and collaboratively? Do you want to build apps, websites and new products to solve real-world problems?
Our Computer Science course places a strong emphasis on the creative and soft skills that will enable you to thrive in a sector that is constantly evolving.
To respond to the growing demand for digital graduates with a blend of technical and transferable skills, we’ve designed our Computer Science degree in partnership with leading tech employers such as Sky and Infinity Works.
UCAS tariff points
Full time (3 years)
With Foundation year (4 years)
Your Subject Focus Day
Your Computing Science Subject Focus Day will be delivered to you by Sorrel Harriet Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Antesar Shabut and Aliyu Lawal Lecturers in Computer Science.
Read through the instructions before starting your activity. If you encounter any issues with accessing the documents below then please email SCLHello@leedstrinity.ac.uk.
- Please open the worksheet, this will provide you some extra information on the following tasks.
- In the first video you will be doing an online exercise - mapping your skills with careers in this area.
- In the second video you will be learning some principles of programming while creating an animation in p5.js.
- Next go to video 3, Plenary, where Sorrel reflects on the main activity.
- Then listen to Antesar Shabut (video 4) as she outlines the task and competition, we would like you to enter -more information about how you enter can be found at the bottom of this page, in the competition section.
- The session finishes with video 5 and some bonus footage ‘Meeting with Aliyu Lawal Aliyu’ where he talks through building a rotating 3D object in p5.
Computer Science Worksheet
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Computer Science Interactive Subject Session: Starter
Computer Science Interactive Subject Session: Main Activity
Computer Science Interactive Subject Session: Plenary
Computer Science Interactive Subject Session: Competition
Meeting with Aliyu Lawal Aliyu
We hope you enjoyed the activity and you were able to increase your knowledge and understanding of the subject area. The competition instructions are provided in the activity above, please refer back to this for more information. Please submit your entry to the competition by emailing SCLCompetitions@leedstrinity.ac.uk.
By entering the competition, you will be entered into a prize draw. There will be a £20 Amazon voucher for the winner and a £10 Amazon voucher for two runners-up. The closing date for entries will be Friday 23rd July. Terms and conditions of the competition can be found here.