This programme will be taught through a series of lectures, seminars, tutorials, lab sessions, practicals, online activity and independent study.
It will be assessed through a combination of written and oral examinations, class tests, individual and group coursework, projects, presentations and practical assessments.
Dr Sylvia Wong
Dr Wong has been in the School of Engineering & Applied Science (EAS) at Aston University since October 2001 where she has taught a range of programming-related courses, including software engineering, data structures and algorithm, Java programming, client-side Internet computing and natural language processing. She has also supervised PhD students and been a champion for pedagogical research for EAS.
Dr Wong has a strong interest in promoting student learning and improving student learning experience.