Dear Glyndŵr University,
I'd like to request the mean, maximum and minimum mark for all papers that were sat by (i) MSc Computer Science (Online), (ii) MSc Computer Science with Big Data Analytics (Online), (iii) MSc Computer Science with Cyber Security (Online), (iv) MSc Computer Science with Software Engineering (Online) & (v) MSc Computer Science with Networking (Online)candidates in the academic years 18/19 and 19/20
Ref: 062_mihai_computer programme marks
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