Dr Tony Beaumont, Undergraduate Programme Director, MB265F (email@example.com)
As Undergraduate Programme Director, I manage the degree programmes run by the Computer Science subject group. These are:
We hope that you all have an enjoyable experience studying Computer Science at Aston University. The degree qualification you get at the end of your programme will provide you with sound basis on which to develop your own future career.
Should you wish to discuss any academic matter regarding the subjects you are learning, our academic teaching staff provide office hours which you can book through the web calendar: https://wass.aston.ac.uk/pages/login.page.php. Other sources of support can be found by following the links below, but we hope you take the chance to use the office hours to get to know the academic staff who will be teaching you andf discuss your progress with them.
In Computer Science we assign an academic year tutor to each year cohort on each degree programme in addition to your personal tutor. If you have issues which affect your learning caused by matters outside your control, we advise that you see your year tutor. For all other matters, please consult your personal tutor. A list of year tutors can be found by following the link below.
Academic and School Support
Assessment, Coursework and Examinations
MAP, Blackboard and IT
Programme and Module Information (Please see EAS Under/Postgraduate areas on Blackboard for detailed module specifications and access your programme specification via MAP.)
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