This guide provides a detailed overview of final-year undergraduate computing projects within the School of Architecture: Computer Science Assignment, UOC, UK

This guide provides a detailed overview of final-year undergraduate computing projects within the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering. All final-year project students on computing-based programmes within ACE should read this study guide and follow the guidelines contained herein.

The final year project is the single most important element of your degree programme, requiring you to solve a significant problem within the area of computing. The project will allow you to apply a range of skills that you have acquired over the course of your degree programme and enable you to demonstrate your competence as a computing professional.

The project is intended as an opportunity for you to demonstrate your problem-solving skills and it must therefore include a substantial amount of computing/scientific/engineering content.

Your project should involve elements such as software or application development, mathematical modelling, empirical investigation or other scientific or engineering methodologies related to the area of computing.

The content of projects will vary from one student to another although projects will typically include an analysis of a software and/or hardware-related problem followed by the design, implementation, testing, validation and evaluation of a solution to the analysed problem.

This study guide will also highlight the key deadlines and milestones that you must meet during your final year project.

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