Module materials for Developing concurrent distributed systems (M362) just arrived and I’m a little daunted. I completed the now discontinued Object-oriented programming with Java (M255) in 2008 so I think it would be wise to read over the module notes – thankfully I still have them as PDF.
With ten years remaining in my contract and the government’s intentions unclear, I’ve decided to get my finger out and focus on completing the BSc (Honours) Computing and IT (B62). It can use 120 points from four completed modules – M150, T175, MST121 and M255 as well as 30 points from MS221, which I have already started.
At level two I’m taking two courses on top of MS221 which I intend to study concurrently, so as to be half way through by the end of next year:
- T215 – Communication and information technologies (60)
- MT264 – Designing applications with Visual Basic (30)
Leaving 120 points at level 3:
- M359 – Relational databases: theory and practice (30)
- M364 – Fundamentals of interaction design (30)
- M366 – Natural and artificial intelligence (30)
- TM470 – The computing and IT project (30)