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Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science

Sciences, Technologies, Santé

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 03/12/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    The Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science aims to train students for careers as technicians (Bachelor’s degree), engineers and researchers (Master’s), having a solid base in IT coupled with a broad, general scientific knowledge.

    Course structure

    The degree is spread over three years, or six academic semesters. 
    Each year consists of two teaching semesters each followed by examinations.  Lectures (also known as CM), Tutorials (TD) and Practical Work (TP) are grouped into Teaching Units (TU). Some subjects are compulsory, others are chosen by students from a range of options. These optional papers offer students the chance to study topics of interest from the course in greater detail and/or to discover topics from other disciplines and to explore inter-disciplinary approaches.
    The course can be supplemented with a professional training internship.

    The first year of the degree (L1) trains students in the fundamentals, the second year (L2) develops these skills and prepares students for specialisation, and during the last year (L3) students begin to specialise.

     

    Voir les parcours L3

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies :

    • An introductory course before the start of their degree,
    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • Regular testing in order to know if any academic support within the discipline is necessary,
    • Assistance in identifying potential sectors of employment through the Personal Professional Plan (PPP),
    • Assistance in reorientation provided by the teaching staff, the Department of Information and Orientation of High School Students and Undergraduates (PIOLE),
    • The chance to obtain professional skills in the short-term (Professional degree)
    • Certificates in languages and information technology as part of your degree (CLES, C21).

     

     

     

    Employment opportunities

    After L3 :

    The final year of study (L3) prepares students for careers in IT.  Depending on the options they choose students will find opportunities in various professional sectors, such as software development, network administration, or company IT.

     

    Further study

    Further studies at the University of Evry-Val-d’Essonne

    Students may opt for a professional bachelor’s degree leading straight into employment, (bac + 3) or pursue further studies up to Master’s level (bac + 5) and beyond.

     

    Terms of admission

    To be admitted to L1, candidates must have at least one of the following :

    • A Baccalaureate diploma
    • An Access to Higher Education certificate (Diplôme d’Accès aux Etudes Universitaires, DAEU)
    • A diploma from France or recognised overseas, recognised as equivalent to the Baccalaureate in accordance with national regulations
    • One of the validation certificates established by articles L.613-3, L.613-4 et L.613-5 of the Educational Code, recognising the applicant’s past studies, professional experience or personal strengths with a view to embarking on a course of higher education. 

    For admission to the second year (L2) students must have :

    • 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of this course,
    • or, 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of another course and the formal agreement of the course director.

     

    Practical Information

    • Team :

      Teaching supervisors :

      • Melliti Tarek: supervisor in L1
      • Hutzler Guillaume: supervisor in L2

       

       

      Registrar's office

      Semester 1

      • Lect:  Lectures
      • Tut:  Tutorials
      • Pract:  Practical Work
      • TU: Teaching unit

      Teaching units

      Components of the teaching unit

      Lect

      Tut

      Pract

      TU0 Introductory units

       

       

       

       

       

       

      110 General computer science

      9

      12

       

      M10 Basic mathematics

      9

      12

       

      + 2 options from: Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Economics

      2*6

      2*9

      2.4

      TU1a: Fundamental modules

       

       

       

       

       

      English

       

      18

       

      M11: Real analysis 1

      24

      24

       

      I11: Mathematical notation

      12

      12

       

      TU2a: Further modules

       

       

       

       

       

       

      I13: General computer science 2

      9

      9

       

      I14: Introduction to algorithms and imperative programming 1

      12

      12

      9

      TU3a: Introductory sciences

      Students choose 2TUs from the following:

       

       

       

       

       

      B11: Cellular biology

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      C11: Material structure

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      C12: Organic chemistry

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      P11: Mechanics

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      P12: Electricity

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      EMI11: Principles of modern economics 1

      10.5

      10.5

      8

      TU4a: Professional preparation

       

       

       

       

      Pr11: Personal professional plan

       

      18

       

      TU5a: Methodology of academic work

       

       

       

       

       

      MU11: Techniques and tools for academic work 1

       

      10.5

       

      TU6a: Free choice of module

      Choose 1 TU from:

       

       

       

       

      Choice from the academic list

       

      18

       

       

      Modern language 2

       

      18

       

       

       

       

      Semester 2

      Teaching units

      Components of the teaching unit

      Lect

      Tut

      Pract

      TU1b: Fundamental modules

       

       

       

       

       

       

      English

       

      18

       

      M21: Linear algebra and geometry

      39

      39

       

      U2b: Further modules

       

       

       

       

      Prerequisite: I14

      I14: Introduction to algorithms and imperative programming 2

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I22: Web tools

      19.5

      19.5

       

      TU3b: Introduction to the sciences

      Students choose 2TUs from the following:

       

       

       

       

      B21:  Structural biology

      16.5

      16.5

      12

      B22: Plant biology

      16.5

      16.5

      12

      C21: Thermodynamic and kinetic chemistry

      15

      15

      12

      C22: Chemistry of solutions

      15

      15

      12

      M24: Digital analysis

      15

      15

      12

      Prerequisite: P12

      P21: Mechanics 2

      15

      15

      12

       

      P22: Thermodynamics

      15

      15

      12

      Combined with E22

      E21: Principles of modern economics 2

      36

      18

       

      Combined with E21

      E22: History of economic events

       

      18

       

      Unix and systems

      19.5

      19.5

       

      TU4b: Professional preparation

       

       

       

       

       

      Pr21: Office automation anf the internet: C21

       

      18

       

      TU5b: Free choice of module

      Choose 1 TU from:

       

       

       

       

      Choice from the academic list

       

      18

       

       

      Modern language 2

       

      18

       

       

       

      Semester 3

      Teaching units

      Components of one teaching unit

      CM

      TD

      TP

      TU1a: Fundamental learning

       

       

       

       

       

       

      M32: Probability and statistics

      19.5

      19.5

       

      Prerequisite: M21

      M33: Algebra and arithmetic

      39

      39

       

       

      English

       

      18

       

      U2a: Further modules

       

       

       

       

       

      I32: Introduction to language theory

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I31: Functional programming 1

      19.5

      19.5

       

      TU3a: Introductory sciences

      Students choose 2TUs from the following:

       

       

       

       

      B33: Genetics 1

      16.5

      16.5

      12

      P31: Electromagnetism

      16.5

      16.5

      12

      Prerequisite: C12

      C32: Organic chemistry

      16.5

      16.5

      12

      Prerequisite: C11

      C33: Inorganic chemistry

      16.5

      16.5

      12

       

      E33: Economics 1

      19.5

      19.5

       

      I33: Material architecture and software 1

      19.5

      19.5

       

      I34: Symbolic calculation

      19.5

      19.5

       

      I35: Programming C

      19.5

      19.5

       

      TU4a: Professional preparation

       

       

      18

       

      Pr31: Personal professional plan

       

      18

       

      TU5a: Free choice of module

      Choose 1 TU from:

       

       

       

       

      Choice from the academic list

       

      18

       

       

      Modern language 2

       

      18

       

       

       

      Semester 4

      Teaching units

      Components of one teaching unit

      CM

      TD

      TP

      TU1b: Fundamental modules

       

       

       

       

      Prerequisite: M32

      M43: Probability

      19.5

      19.5

       

      English

       

      18

       

      U2b: Discipline learning

       

       

       

       

       

      I41: Base logic

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I42: Object orientated programming

      19.5

      19.5

      18

      TU3b: Introduction to the sciences

      Students choose 2TUs from the following:

       

       

       

      Prerequisite: M33

      M42: Linear algebra

      19.5

      19.5

       

      Prerequisite: E33

      E43: Economics 2

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I43: Functional programming 2

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I44: Material architecture and software 2

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      I45: Networks

      19.5

      19.5

       

      TU4b: Professional preparation

       

      19.5

      19.5

       

       

      Pr41: Personal project

      1

       

      24

      TU5b: Free choice of module

      Choose 1 TU from:

       

       

       

       

      Choice from the list of options

       

      18

       

       

      Modern language 2

       

      18

       

       

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Bachelor degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of a Bachelor’s degree includes examinations for each semester of the course, comprising :

      • A system of continuous assessment (which may be based on marks awarded for coursework) for the subjects taught via tutorials and/or practical work;
      • A final examination;
      • Or a combination of both methods

      Nonetheless, the continuous assessment method is prioritised as much as possible
      Two distinct examination sessions are organised over the course of the academic year.
       The first examination sessions take place after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       


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