The BSc Software Engineering degree at Swansea University concentrates on the skills needed for a career in the software industry and focusses on the process of building software to a specification.
Students on our Software Engineering degree scheme will study the fundamental elements of computer science before progressing on to team working skills in year two. Students will be involved in real-world concepts like completing work started by other teams, and also working collaboratively with other teams – all of which are things that are common practice in industry.
In year three, students undertake a 40 credit project, two compulsory modules on Software Testing and Design Patterns and Generic Programming, and 60 credits of options. The project you undertake must be practical, and you must build a software system.