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    Hello, I've just completed year 1 of the BSc Computing course at Coventry University and I'm thinking to transfer to Computer Science from year 2. I have read several articles differentiating the two courses but I am still unsure as to which would be a better option.
    Could someone (with experience in this uni and course) explain me the basic difference between the two and what your recommendation would be. Thank you
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    These are the modules taught in both the courses:

    Year 1 (All modules are the same for both courses)
    -Computer Architecture and Networks
    -Introduction to Computing
    -Logic and Sets
    -Introduction to Algorithms
    -Enterprise Information Systems
    -Designing for Usability 1


    Year 2
    Computing and CS
    -Programming, Algorithms and Data Structures
    -Data and Information Retrieval
    -Technology and its Social, Legal and Ethical Context
    -Real World Project

    CS
    -Operating Systems, Security and Networks
    -Software Engineering

    Computing
    -Designing forusability
    -Developing themodern web 1


    Year 3 (Choose 5 from optional modules)
    Computing
    -Developing themodern web 2
    -Interactivepervasivecomputing
    -Intelligent agents
    -Mobile applicationdevelopment
    -Open sourcedevelopment
    -Individual project
    -Agile development

    CS
    -Software Quality and Process Management
    -Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science
    -Intelligent Agents
    -iOS Application Development
    -Android Applications Development
    -Open Source Development
    -Individual Project
    -Agile Development
    -Developing the Modern Web 2
    -Concurrent and Parallel Programming: Theory and Implementation
 
 
 
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