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Internet Applications

NOTE: Where the 2014 requirements for a programme differ from those previously published, care will be taken to ensure existing students are not disadvantaged.

The Internet is now a accepted part of people's lives. We expect to be able to communicate, shop and access information from the convenience of our homes, or via smartphones or tablets when we are travelling. This area of specialisation will enable you to understand and use the software that makes it all possible; from building individual web pages, through client and server scripting to provide interactivity, to the methods of identifying people visiting a website and storing information that will enable you to construct web based information systems.

Requirements

We list the Internet Applications requirements in the form of a "degree planner". Where semesters are shown they refer to the 2014 schedule.



YEAR 1 – 120 POINTS
COMP103A/B
Introduction to Computer Science 1
COMP104B
Introduction to Computer Science 2
MATH102A/B
Introduction to Algebra
STAT121A†
Introduction to Statistical Methods

__________
or
STAT111B†
Statistics for Science
100 LEVEL*
(Science Paper)
100 LEVEL*
(Science Paper)
100 LEVEL*
(Science Paper)
100 LEVEL


YEAR 2 – 120 POINTS
COMP200A
Computer Systems

 
__________
 
COMP203A
Programming with Data Structures
COMP202B
Computer Communications

__________
 
COMP204B
Object Oriented Program Design
COMP235B
Logic and Computation
COMP233B
Internet Applications
COMP219A
Database Practice and Experience
200 LEVEL


YEAR 3 – 120 POINTS
COMP333A
Web Applications Development
COMP325B
Human-Computer Interaction
COMP3ZZ
 
Recommended:
COMP312A
Computer Networks
300 LEVEL 200 LEVEL 200 LEVEL

† BSc regulation 8 requires 105 points across at least four science subjects. STAT121 will help satisfy these requirements and is strongly recommended in its own right. It also helps students keep their options open for changing to another major with the Faculty if desired.

* BSc regulation 8 requires 105 points across at least four science subjects. These elective 100 level papers should be recognised Science papers, which are all papers offered by the Faculty of Science and Engineering, all COMP, STAT and MATH papers (except MATH168), and PHIL102, PSYC102 and PSYC103.

Elective papers may be replaced by papers at a higher level.

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