London Center: Computer Science
You will take all of your courses at Syracuse University's Faraday House in London. Expect to be deeply immersed in both your studies and the host culture. You'll take two computer science courses (3 credits each) and pair them with one Arts & Sciences course and one Visual & Performing Arts course.
Computer Science Courses Offered
CIS 473: Automata and Computability
Countable and uncountable sets; diagonalization proofs; finite state automata; regular, context-free, context-sensitive, recursive, and r. e. languages; Turing machines; relationships between classes of languages and machines; the halting problem; proof methods for decidability and undecidabilty.
Prerequisites: CIS 375 or MAT 275
CIS 477: Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms
Mathematical modeling of computational problems; searching and sorting algorithms; search trees, heaps, and hash tables; divide-and-conquer, dynamic programming, and greedy choice design techniques; graph algorithms; NP-completeness; and selected topics.
Prerequisites: CIS 375 and CIS 351
The Campus in London: Faraday House
- Minimum GPA: 3.0 (Students with a 2.5 GPA or above may petition to enroll in the program)
- Open to visiting students
- Credit hours: 12-19
Situated mid-town, between the West End and downtown, Faraday House is on the edge of the Bloomsbury area, London's university quarter. The features of our facility are augmented by the University of London, including first-rate academic library and subsidized student union facilities.To get a feel for what life is like on campus, check out the SU London website
Signature Seminar - Not Offered Fall 2017
(3 credits; optional for all London students)
SU London offers students the opportunity to participate in a Signature Seminar
, "Sustainability and Environmental Justice in Europe."
Sustainability and Environmental Justice travels to Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, where students see how progress towards sustainable development goals made in the Nordic countries compares to other parts of the region and the world.
The cost of the SU London program includes SU tuition and a program fee. Financial aid is available
. For a complete breakdown of costs, we have prepared a budget sheet (London Planning Budget 2017-18.pdf
) for students and their families.
Hear from SU London Alumni!
Talk to our SU London global ambassadors
if you have any questions about the program - they are students who have just recently returned from a semester in London. You can also check out our program reviews on GoOverseas.com
Caitlin Jarvis, admissions counselor for SU London: firstname.lastname@example.org
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