Anyways, your course information.
The Part I course consists of 6 modules:
SCC 110: Software Development
SCC 120: Fundamentals of Computer Science
SCC 130: Information Systems
SCC 140: Creative Technology
SCC 150: Digital Systems
SCC 160: Fundamentals of Communications Systems
Normal CS majors take SCC110-130 and SCC 150, and the others are taken if the student wants to as their minor subject (which I assume you are all aware is how Lancaster likes things to be done). Some take MATH101-105, Linguistics or something like that to balance the stuff around, but it's your choice.
the Creative Industries course swaps out 150 for 140, Comms and electronics take only 110 and 160, Managmenet and IT students only take 110 and 140, with system's engineering and minors students taking 110 and 120.
More detail on these modules can be found in the courses handbook here (not needing a password, as it's not on the intranet): http://www.lusi.lancs.ac.uk/OnlineCoursesHandbook/ModuleCatalogue/Listing.aspx?ModuleID=SCC&Year=000111&Category=000622
NB: SCC162 is not a CS course module, it's an adapted module for Electrical Engineering students.
Part II doesn't have that much information about it as of yet, as it's only just been finalised.
However, the core module titles taken with ALL degrees (except Management and IT - will post more details if needed) are as follows:
SCC202 HCI - User interfaces (Except CS&E)
SCC203 Computer Networks
SCC204 So5ware Design
SCC205 Prof. Issues/ Research Method
SCC306 Advanced Internet & Mobile Applications - (third year module)
There are a further set of modules that are taken as part of different degrees. I will just be posting the standard CS ones, any questions for the other schemes can be answered later, so the post isn't too cluttered. Needless to say that CI, CS&E, and SE have differences in second and third year.
SCC211*Operating*Systems*(including threads, concurrency)
SCC212*Advanced*Programming*(likely to be functional programming - suggestion of using Scala)
Third year core:
3rd year options (choose 2)*
I can't give much more detail than that, I've been out of the loop for a year, but I can cover any additonal questions in a PM.