1 Programme Specification (Postgraduate) Date amended: Feb 06. Programme Title(s): Sc and Postgraduate Diploma in Software Engineering for Financial Services, Sc Software Engineering for Financial Services with Industry Note the Postgraduate Graduate Certificate in Advanced Computer Science is an exit award. Awarding body or institution: University of Leicester 3. a) ode of study Full-time b) Type of study Campus Based 4. Registration periods: a) Sc October Intake The normal period of registration is months The maximum period of registration is 4 months b) January Intake The normal period of registration is 6 months The maximum period of registration is 8 months c) Sc with Industry October Intake The normal period of registration is months The maximum period of registration is 33 months d) Sc with Industry January Intake The normal period of registration is 4 months The maximum period of registration is 36 months. Typical entry requirements: The same entry requirements that apply to all Sc programmes in Computer Science apply. Specifically, candidates should have, or expect to gain, at least a good second class honours BSc degree or qualification of equivalent standard recognised by the University in a subject with a substantial element of Computing. Applicants for the with Industry variant should have or expect to gain at least a very good second class honours BSc degree or qualification of equivalent standard recognised by the University in a subject with a substantial element of Computing. Because applications are treated on an individual basis, alternative qualifications may be considered, especially in the case of candidates with relevant work experience. Alternative qualifications are usually considered when a student holds an acceptable degree, but in a slightly different subject area and has through work experience moved into a field relevant for the programme they have applied for. In this case we would expect the experience to be significant (several years) and expect the candidate to provide details about this experience (e.g. details of the job they have been conducting in Industry) in addition to evaluating employer s statements for evaluation by the admissions team. Where English is not the first language of the candidate, the successful applicant must have IELTS 6.0.
2 6. Accreditation of Prior Learning: n/a 7. Programme aims: The general aims of the programme are to: Develop a deep understanding of the nature and impact of current challenges faced by the IT industry, so that students know what is expected from them as mature professionals. Develop an awareness of the methodologies and technologies that are available within computer science to address these challenges, so that students can evaluate and analyse specific situations and make informed choices. Develop an understanding of the financial sector, in particular the terminology and basic concepts required to understand financial domain experts. Train students in the design, analysis and engineering of the new generation of architectures and IT infrastructures for the financial service industry. To foster confidence, convey knowledge and develop practical skills in the use of some of these technologies, including both fundamental concepts and state-of-the-art support tools. Provide experience of both team-based and individual project work. Encourage students to develop their interpersonal, communication, decision-making, and problem-solving skills, and to use these in an imaginative way. Secure knowledge and research skills so that students are able to take their studies further to do a PhD, in case they complete the full Sc. In addition to the aims above, the with Industry variant of the programme aims to: Enable first-hand experience of the requirements, opportunities and modes of operation of the programme related software engineering and computer industry; Place students on challenging and relevant industrial placements; Enable students to use and develop the knowledge and skills gained during the taught part of the programme; Develop students career management and development skills. 8. Reference points used to inform the programme specification: QAA Benchmark Computing (0) QAA Frameworks for Higher Education Qualifications in England Wales and Northern Ireland QAA aster s Degree Characteristics PDR report (January 00) University Learning Strategy University Employability Strategy Graduate Survey (04) First Destination Survey External Examiner s Reports 9. Programme Outcomes: Sc students are undertaking an individual project, which will require much deeper exploration and application of the learned skills than they would demonstrate in the PG Cert or PG Diploma. (Sc) and (PGDip) in the table below will indicate the LOs, methods and demonstration for aspects specific to the Sc or PG Diploma Programmes. Students qualifying with a PGCert in Software engineering for Financial services would have demonstrated learning outcomes that are covering aspects from Software Engineering or Financial services or a mixture.
3 Learning Outcomes Teaching ethods How Demonstrated Subject and Professional Skills Knowledge Demonstrate knowledge and mastery of a [wide (Sc)(PGDip)] range of advanced computer science subjects and the way they relate to IT practice. Integration of knowledge across subjects. Demonstrate understanding of the core elements of industrial practice and organisation ( with Industry ). Demonstrate enhanced grasp of principles of computer science methodology and technology. Independent research (Sc), lectures, and the seminar/discussion groups that are part of the Personal and Group Skills module. Work placement. Concepts Independent research, lectures, seminars, group-discussions. Written examinations, oral presentations, participation in group discussions, essays/demos, project planning and dissertation (Sc). Work placement report Written examinations, assessed coursework, group essays, oral presentations, dissertation(sc) and reports. aster advanced modelling and design techniques for the development of distributed, software intensive, and webbased systems. Engineer and follow software development processes, make use of model-based techniques, target service-oriented architectures. Use problem-solving techniques, and select and apply suitable technologies in different application areas. Apply current technologies in distributed systems engineering. aster research methods and project planning techniques (Sc). Work as a Computer Scientist and Computer Engineer in an industrial or commercial setting ( with Industry ). Techniques Independent research, lectures, seminars, group-discussions, along with laboratory work and individual project(sc). Personal and Group Skills module, and individual project (Sc). Work placement Written examinations, assessed coursework, group essays, oral presentations, dissertation(sc) and reports. As Above. Individual project Components (Sc); group discussions and essays. Work placement report.
4 Learning Outcomes Teaching ethods How Demonstrated Subject and Professional Skills Critical analysis Apply understanding of concepts and techniques with independence, rigour & selfreflexivity. Independent research, lectures, Personal and Group Skills module, and individual project(sc). Oral presentations, participation in group discussions, essays/demos, project plan, dissertation(sc), and work placement report. Critically appraise problem solutions, and project work. Demonstrate consideration of professional issues. Organise research material and/or technology demonstration; distinguish between relevant and nonrelevant material; write-up and deliver oral reports on findings to a professional standard; engage in scientific discussion with peers. These aspects are explored in more depth and with greater rigour by students studying for the Sc or PGDip. Analyse and assess a variety of requirements for system development and/or engineering. Assess the relevance and quality of proposed methods, techniques and technologies. ount (PGDip, Sc) and sustain (Sc) an independent level of inquiry at an advanced level. Respond to scientific questions with accurate and concise answers. Demonstrate fluent and sustained scientific and technical communication. Write concise and accurate summaries of scientific knowledge, and solutions to problems, in a variety of different formats. Presentation Lectures, seminars, group discussions. Personal and Group Skills module. Work placement. Appraisal of evidence Independent research, lectures, seminars, group-discussion, and the Personal and Group Skills module. Transferable skills Communication skills Lectures, seminars, moderated group discussions, and individual project supervision (Sc). Workshops delivered by the Student Learning Centre. Work placement. Lectures. Detailed solutions provided in problem classes. Workshops delivered by the Student Learning Centre. Individual project supervision (Sc). Oral presentations, participation in group discussions, essays/demos, project plan, and dissertation (Sc). Oral presentations, participation in group discussions, essays/demos, project plan, and dissertation (Sc). Group discussions and individual project presentations, individual project oral examinations (Sc), work placement presentation. Written examinations, assessed coursework, group essay, intermediate individual project reports (Sc) and dissertation (Sc).
5 Learning Outcomes Teaching ethods How Demonstrated Transferable skills Communication skills Produce properly structured, clear, advanced technical reports or dissertations (Sc). Organise and present information gathered through research clearly and effectively using appropriate IT resources. Know how and when to draw on the knowledge & expertise of others; contribute and comment on ideas in syndicate Conduct [significant (Sc, PGDip)] background research and literature surveys, organise and marshal evidence, report on findings, analyse complex ideas and construct [sophisticated (Sc)] critical arguments. Demonstrate independence and time management skills. Data presentation Independent research. Lectures. Workshops delivered by the Student Learning Centre. Work placement. Working relationships Lectures. Group discussions and collective essay. Work placement. Research skills Project supervision (Sc). Seminars, group discussions, collective essay, and specific workshops delivered by the Student Learning Centre. anaging learning Tutor system. Career development workshop delivered by the Student Learning Centre. Group essay. Intermediate individual project reports and dissertation (Sc). Oral presentations, essays/demos, work placement report, and dissertation (Sc). Oral presentations, participation in group discussions, work placement report. Collective essay, group discussions, and individual project reports and dissertation (Sc). eeting coursework deadlines. Collective essay. Identifying a credible research project, drawing up a realistic research time-table, reflecting on and writing up results. Design a long-term personal career plan (Sc). Project supervision (Sc). Individual project topic choice and plan, intermediate reports and dissertation (Sc). 0. Special features: The programme shares the compulsory Personal and Group Skills module with our current offering. This module combines attendance of seminars especially commissioned from speakers selected for their presentation skills and state-of-the-art research, group discussions and collective essay writing on topics selected for the seminars, as well as a series of workshops on transferable skills and career planning run by the Student Learning Centre of the university. This module forms a highly praised (by previous referees and the external examiners) component of the existing Sc offering in the department and is well liked by the students. This Sc programme concentrates on architectures for building scalable financial software systems, thus preparing software engineers for a plethora of jobs in the financial industry. In particular it considers technologies and techniques that are of particular relevance for the challenges of the financial market, predominantly a need to migrate from mission-critical, monolithic legacy systems to more flexible architectures that allow speedy reaction to customer and business partner s needs. As these technical aspect must be seen in the context of the business environment, where software engineers typically interact with a world of financial jargon and departments with specialised
6 roles and needs a good understanding of finance is required and the programme addresses this by combining modules on finance, modules on software engineering and a dedicated module into an integrated whole.. Indications of programme quality: QAA subject review; external examiners report.. Scheme of Assessment This programme follows the rules and procedures set by the University for postgraduate programmes. See: Senate Regulation 6 governing taught postgraduate programmes Students who do not gain sufficient credit to obtain an Sc or PG Diploma but fulfil the University requirements for a PG Certificate may be awarded either a PG Certificate in Software Engineering for Financial Services or a PGCert in Advanced Computer Science, depending on their individual module profile and the learning outcomes achieved. 3. Progression points The programme will follow the standard University progression rules, as defined in the Scheme of Assessment. See: Senate Regulation 6 governing taught postgraduate programmes In cases where a student has failed to meet a requirement to progress he or she will be required to withdraw from the course and a recommendation will be made to the Board of Examiners for an intermediate award where appropriate. Additionally, students on the with Industry programme are subject to the following two rules: () If students do not achieve an overall merit level or fail exams at the end of their first taught semester they will revert to the degree without industry. () If students fail to acquire a placement they will revert to the degree without industry. 4. Rules relating to re-sits or re-submissions: Resits may only be taken when the exam for the module to be resat is offered again. Resit examinations for modules examined in January are schedule in the idsummer exam period and all modules are offered in the January and exams from the idsummer exam periods, irrespective of the semester in which the module was taught are offered in September.. Additional information [e.g. timetable for admissions] Admissions are in September and January. Students admitted in September undertake their individual project during the summer of the following year and submit their dissertation in September ( months in total). Students admitted in January start by following semester modules and break during the summer; in September they follow semester modules and start their project in the second half of February of the following year, submitting their dissertation at the end of ay. Although this implies 6 months in total, only are actually spent in the course. Examinations are taken in January for first semester modules and in ay/june for second semester ones. Additionally, With Industry programmes will be longer as the placement, which can be can be either of 3, 6 or 8 months length depending on the interest of the student and the placement that can be secured, is an integral part of the programme and hence adds the respective time to the programme length. Students will automatically be registered as if they were to take an 8 month placement and the length of study will be corrected when the placement is secured and the actual length of the
7 placement is decided upon.
8 Students may transfer from this programme to other Sc programmes offered by the Department of Computer Science, with the permission of the programme director and under advice from their personal tutor until week of each semester. Transfers should normally only take place when a student wishes to study modules that are not compatible with the specialisation chosen at registration or when the student wishes to take an individual project outside their specialization chosen at registration. 6. External Examiners The details of the External Examiner(s) for this programme and the most recent External Examiners reports can be found here. Appendix : Programme structure (programme regulations) In line with the other Sc offerings in the Department of Computer Science, there are three kinds of modules in the programmes. Details of the modules, including the semesters when they are delivered are shown in Table. Personal and Group Skills (PGS) ( credits) This module is offered in both semesters and provides students with skills that are way up the value chain of any IT employer. Students attend a series of seminars given by researchers from universities or companies followed by group discussions moderated by a member of staff. Each group prepares a joint essay based on the seminar and the discussions. Students also attend workshops organised by the Student Learning Centre on topics like project planning, writing and presentation skills, as well as career management. Taught odules (0 credits) Taught modules are taken to a total of 0 credits. The programme requires 60 credits of core modules, as indicated in Table (with C). The remaining 4 credits are filled by selecting three more options from the remaining modules shown below, with up to stemming from the Economics offering. This allows students to shape their profile to be either more management/ finance system oriented or be more technical which in term meets the spectrum of skills required in the market. Optional modules are chosen, with the approval of the personal tutor, before the end of the second teaching week of each semester. Some optional modules may have pre-requisites (e.g. experience in certain programming languages or mathematical maturity) and, therefore, unadvisable to certain students. Any such pre-requisite will be explicitly stated in the corresponding module form available in the student s handbook. Individual Project (60 credits) Candidates entitled to proceed to a full Sc degree undertake, after examinations, an individual project on an approved topic according to the profile of each course, leading to the submission of a,000 word dissertation. The project is expected to contain some element of original work, and may involve informal collaboration with other organisations, subject to the previous approval of the project supervisor. Employability Programme (with industry only, compulsory but non-credit bearing) Candidates on with Industry variants of the programmes will be required to undertake study of two additional modules that equip them with skills and knowledge about the labour market and preparing them for applying for and undertaking placements. CO760 and CO76 are compulsory for with industry students.
9 odule Code Level Semester offered odule Title Core Corporate Finance EC706 International oney and Finance EC707 Principles of Finance Principles of Banking EC7084 EC7093 Software Process Engineering 3 CO709 Cryptography and Information Security 3 CO7099 Advanced C++ Programming Individual Project 6 0 CO70 CO70 Advanced System Design CO70 System Re-engineering Generative Development Personal and Group Skills Game Theory in Computer Science Service-Oriented Architectures + CO706 CO707 CO70 CO7 CO74 Advanced Web Technologies Agile Cloud Automation CO7 CO77 Financial Services Information Systems CO78 Internet and Cloud Computing CO79
10 Programme Structure Sc in Software Engineering for Financial Services September Entry: SEESTER Core odules CO706 SYSTE RE-ENGINEERING EC7084 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE Optional odules 30 credits selected from: CO70 PERSONAL AND GROUP SKILLS* CO709 SOFTWARE EASUREENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE CO70 ADVANCED C++ PROGRAING CO70 ADVANCED SYSTE DESIGN CO79 INTERNET AND CLOUD COPUTING CO7 ADVANCED WEB TECHNOLOGIES CO77 Agile Cloud Automation EC7093 PRINCIPLES OF BANKING Semester Total 60 SEESTER Core odules CO78 FINANCIAL SERVICES INFORATION SYSTES CO74 SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURES Optional odules 30 credits selected from: CO70 PERSONAL AND GROUP SKILLS* (if not selected in semester ) C07099 CRYPTOGRAPHY AND INTERNET SECURITY C0707 GENERATIVE DEVELOPENT CO7 GAE THEORY IN COPUTER SCIENCE EC706 CORPORATE FINANCE EC707 INTERNATIONAL ONEY AND FINANCE Semester Total 60 SUER Core odules CO70 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 60 Total 80 * All students are required to study CO70, however may select to study it in either semester or semester January Entry SEESTER Core odules CO78 FINANCIAL SERVICES INFORATION SYSTES CO74 SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURES Optional odules 30 credits selected from: CO70 PERSONAL AND GROUP SKILLS* C07099 CRYPTOGRAPHY AND INTERNET SECURITY
11 C0707 GENERATIVE DEVELOPENT CO7 GAE THEORY IN COPUTER SCIENCE EC706 CORPORATE FINANCE EC707 INTERNATIONAL ONEY AND FINANCE Semester Total 60 SEESTER Core odules CO706 SYSTE RE-ENGINEERING EC7084 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE Optional odules 30 credits selected from: CO70 PERSONAL AND GROUP SKILLS* (if not selected in semester ) CO709 SOFTWARE EASUREENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE CO70 ADVANCED C++ PROGRAING CO70 ADVANCED SYSTE DESIGN CO79 INTERNET AND CLOUD COPUTING CO7 ADVANCED WEB TECHNOLOGIES CO77 Agile Cloud Automation EC7093 PRINCIPLES OF BANKING Semester Total 60 JANUARY TO APRIL Core odules CO70 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 60 Total 80 * All students are required to study CO70, however may select to study it in either semester or semester Sc in Software Engineering for Financial Services with industry The taught modules for the programme are the same as for the Sc in Software Engineering for Financial Services programme, with the additional undertaking of: October entry Semester CO760 Employability Core Skills 0 Semester CO76 Employability Placement Preparations 0 January entry Semester CO760 Employability Core Skills 0 Semester CO76 Employability Placement Preparations 0 A l l students on the with Industry variant will undertake a 3, 6 or 8 month placement between completion of the taught element of the programme and commencement of the project. The placement will be assessed on a pass or fail basis according to the approved and published criteria. Students who are deemed to have passed the industrial placement and subsequently pass the individual project will be eligible to be considered for the award of an Sc in Software Engineering for Financial Services with Industry. Students who fail to pass the industrial placement will revert to the non-industry variant of the programme. Appendix : odule Specifications See module specification database
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