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Each of the statements on the questionnaire are scored from 1 to 5. The number indicating the extent to which the respondent agrees with a particular statement. A score of 5 indicates the strongest agreement and is the most positive response. A score of 1 or 2 is a disagreement, 3 is indifference and 4 or 5 is agreement.
A total of 385 questionnaires have been selected.

Score0123454.51

A score of 1 or 2 is a disagreement or a negative response. If a questionnaire has a negative response it is counted in the chart below. The negative responses are grouped to give an indication of where the concerns lie.

With ConcernsAnyLecturersand tutorsLecturesExercisesMaterialsAdministra…

Responsed with a score of 1 or 2 to a statement on their questionnaire015304560

Has Concerns with the course Any Lecturers and tutors Lectures Exercises Materials Administration
Responsed with a score of 1 or 2 to a statement on their questionnaire 57 30 40 25 25 15
Distribution of all responses.

Score FrequencyScore of 1Score of 2Score of 3Score of 4Score of 56.2%18.3%

70.2%

Score Frequency
Score of 1 99
Score of 2 146
Score of 3 286
Score of 4 845
Score of 5 3,244

Score FrequencyFrequency

Score of 1Score of 2Score of 3Score of 4Score of 501,0002,0003,0004,000

Score Frequency
Score of 1 99
Score of 2 146
Score of 3 286
Score of 4 845
Score of 5 3,244
Statement 1. The lectures added significant value to the course material
Statement 2. The lecturer took the time needed to explain the key concepts
Statement 3. The lectures included valuable contributions from the other students in the class
Statement 4. The lecturer was helpful and ready to answer questions
Statement 5. The exercises helped me to understand the topics covered in the lectures
Statement 6. The lecturer or tutor was knowledgeable and encouraging
Statement 7. Help was available – from the lecturer or tutor – when I needed it
Statement 8. Issues raised were adequately addressed – through model solutions or discussion
Statement 9. I think that the techniques taught during the course will be valuable to me in the future
Statement 10. The course was well constructed: the varous components worked well together
Statement 11. The course material was appropriate, and of good quality
Statement 12. The course administration was efficient and effective

Average Score By QuestionScore

Statement 1Statement 2Statement 3Statement 4Statement 5Statement 6Statement 7Statement 8Statement 9Statement 10Statement 11Statement 124.24.44.64.85.0

Question Score
Statement 1 4.51
Statement 2 4.57
Statement 3 4.41
Statement 4 4.7
Statement 5 4.39
Statement 6 4.69
Statement 7 4.7
Statement 8 4.52
Statement 9 4.3
Statement 10 4.37
Statement 11 4.41
Statement 12 4.52

Average Score Over TimeAverage scoreover timeAll score average

2019-09-022019-09-162019-10-072019-10-212019-11-042019-11-252020-01-062020-01-202020-02-032020-02-170.01.53.04.56.0

Date Average score over time All score average
2019-09-02 4.66 4.51
2019-09-09 4.54 4.51
2019-09-16 4.6 4.51
2019-09-23 4.79 4.51
2019-10-07 4.68 4.51
2019-10-14 4.6 4.51
2019-10-21 4.81 4.51
2019-10-28 4.4 4.51
2019-11-04 4.7 4.51
2019-11-11 4.63 4.51
2019-11-25 4.79 4.51
2019-12-02 4.18 4.51
2020-01-06 4.93 4.51
2020-01-13 4.54 4.51
2020-01-20 4.65 4.51
2020-01-27 3.68 4.51
2020-02-03 4.54 4.51
2020-02-10 4.65 4.51
2020-02-17 2.43 4.51

Average Score Over Time Per SubjectScore averageFunctional ProgrammingTrusted Computing InfrastructureManaging Risk and QualityUnderstanding and Mitigating MalwarePeople and SecuritySoftware Process Quality andImprovementForensicsObject-Oriented ProgrammingSecurity PrinciplesMSc Week for projectsData Security and PrivacyBuilding Information GovernanceAgile MethodsNetwork SecuritySoftware Development ManagementSecurity Risk Analysis andManagementSoftware Engineering MathematicsDeep Neural NetworksService Oriented ArchitectureDatabase DesignDesign for SecuritySafety Critical SystemsSecurity in Wireless NetworksDesign PatternsCloud SecurityEmbedded Software and SystemsSecurity & Incident Management

2019-09-022019-09-022019-09-092019-09-092019-09-162019-09-232019-09-232019-10-072019-10-072019-10-142019-10-212019-10-282019-10-282019-11-042019-11-042019-11-112019-11-112019-11-252019-11-252019-12-022020-01-062020-01-132020-01-202020-01-202020-01-272020-02-032020-02-032020-02-102020-02-102020-02-170.01.53.04.56.0

Date Score average Functional Programming Trusted Computing Infrastructure Managing Risk and Quality Understanding and Mitigating Malware People and Security Software Process Quality and Improvement Forensics Object-Oriented Programming Security Principles MSc Week for projects Data Security and Privacy Building Information Governance Agile Methods Network Security Software Development Management Security Risk Analysis and Management Software Engineering Mathematics Deep Neural Networks Service Oriented Architecture Database Design Design for Security Safety Critical Systems Security in Wireless Networks Design Patterns Cloud Security Embedded Software and Systems Security & Incident Management
2019-09-02 4.51 4.57
2019-09-02 4.51 4.75
2019-09-09 4.51 4.61
2019-09-09 4.51 4.5
2019-09-16 4.51 4.6
2019-09-23 4.51 4.71
2019-09-23 4.51 4.89
2019-10-07 4.51 4.67
2019-10-07 4.51 4.69
2019-10-14 4.51 4.6
2019-10-21 4.51 4.81
2019-10-28 4.51 4.8
2019-10-28 4.51 4.06
2019-11-04 4.51 4.91
2019-11-04 4.51 4.2
2019-11-11 4.51 4.67
2019-11-11 4.51 4.58
2019-11-25 4.51 4.72
2019-11-25 4.51 4.86
2019-12-02 4.51 4.18
2020-01-06 4.51 4.93
2020-01-13 4.51 4.54
2020-01-20 4.51 4.85
2020-01-20 4.51 4.52
2020-01-27 4.51 3.68
2020-02-03 4.51 4.38
2020-02-03 4.51 4.78
2020-02-10 4.51 4.51
2020-02-10 4.51 4.75
2020-02-17 4.51 2.43

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