Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the science of mimicking human intelligence using computers. The Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence degree course is a computing degree that allows students to specialise in AI through their project work and a number of specialist AI modules. The Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence course contains broad coverage of all major Computer Science topics as well as specialist modules in artificial intelligence, taught by world leading experts. Our research constantly feeds into our teaching curriculum meaning you will learn cutting edge techniques of this fascinating topic. The first two years of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence course are identical to those of the Computer Science course. This provides sound foundations for the third year when topics such as robotics, intelligent agents, reasoning in uncertain systems, computer vision and neural networks are studied to an advanced level. Other third year options allow staff to teach to their own particular interests, which enables students to learn about the latest developments in established and emerging areas in the field. An additional year of professional placement is an available option highly recommended by both the Department and former students.