# Preliminary Examinations, Mathematics and Computer Science

In the first year of the Mathematics & Computer Science degree, you will take 11 lecture courses; five in Computer Science and six taught in conjunction with Mathematics (with lectures organised by the Mathematical Institute). You will also attend the course Ethics and Responsible Innovation.

- Introduction to University Level Maths - 8 lectures in MT
- Introduction to Complex Numbers - 2 lectures in MT
- Linear Algebra - 14 lectures in MT; 8 lectures in HT
- Analysis - 14 lectures in MT; 16 lectures in HT; 8 lectures in TT
- Probability - 16 lectures in MT
- Groups and Group Actions - 8 lectures in HT; 8 lectures in TT

**Computer Science**

- Ethics and Responsible Innovation Michaelmas Term 2022, Hilary Term 2023
- Functional Programming Michaelmas Term 2022
- Continuous Mathematics Hilary Term 2023
- Design and Analysis of Algorithms Hilary Term 2023
- Imperative Programming Parts 1 and 2 Hilary Term 2023
- Imperative Programming Part 3 Trinity Term 2023