I'm trying to contact the university with the question, however I'll post it here in case I don't get a reply as hopefully someone else can tell me:
For UCAS I'm considering picking Computer Science (G400) at Kingston as my firm choice, however I had a quick question that wasn't covered on the open day.
For this course how much maths will be taught or required, and what level will it be taught at? Will there be modules in this course that focus*just*on maths, or will a lot of maths be taught in the different modules?*
While I'm not a novice at programming, from what I have heard maths is often taught with programming (such as writing a program to*calculate*a complicated maths equation), or as part of other modules for a Computer Science degree. *While I can handle basic maths, I am worried that some of the more advanced maths which might be taught in this course I might not understand (if it's harder than GCSE maths).
I really like Kingston, and I hope that I can study there, however as I am not very confident with maths I would rather know how much will be taught on the course and at what level.
For lazy people I'm asking if maths will be taught a lot for the course, and if so what level the maths will be (GCSE, A-Level, degree level etc...).
...or just paranoid?