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OUR DEPARTMENTS

  • COMPUTER SCIENCE

    Computer science (CS) is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and of practical techniques for their implementation and application in computer systems. Computer science deals mostly with software and software systems which includes their theory, design, development, and application. It focuses on the design and analysis of algorithms to solve programs and study the performance of computer hardware and software.

    Computer Science encompasses theoretical ideas about how information is stored and processed and how we can express the instructions necessary to perform a useful computation. It is also about practical techniques for the creation of new computer software and hardware. Computer science students will learn the fundamentals of different programming languages, networking, database administration, artificial intelligence, operating systems, Linux, and software design and development. Computer Science requires a good knowledge of mathematics, logic, as well as problem solving and critical thinking skills. Computer Science careers include;

    Software Developer,Web Developer,Computer System Analysts,Information Security Analyst,Project Manager,Network Administrator,Database Administrator,IT Architect,Computer Programmer,Hardware Engineer and Systems Engineer.

  • COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

    Computer Technology (CT) is a discipline under computer science which lies on the border-line between pure computer science and computer engineering. Students who study CT are introduced to various programming languages as well as electrical and mechanical skills. This entails things such as working with microcontrollers to build interesting systems and circuitry, building logical systems with integrated circuits, learning about artificial intelligence and various algorithms which could greatly enhance the student’s future career. Career paths include;

    Systems Analyst,Network Administrator,Technician,Software Developer,Computer Hardware Engineers,Computer Network Architects,Computer Programmers,Database Administrators,Network and Computer Systems Administrators.

  • COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEM

    Computer Information System (CIS) is a unique course that introduces you to the business side of the computing world. CIS focuses on the application of computers in a business environment with an emphasis on the analysis and design of business information systems. CIS takes technology and places it in a commercial setting. It is the study of business organizations and the programming, databases and networks that support them.

    Functioning at the intersection of business and technology, it offers an interdisciplinary education that neither discipline alone can provide. In addition, students not only learn how technology works but also how to use the technology to benefit a company. This program offers a solid background in the analysis, design, development, deployment and administration of computer-based information systems within a business management context.

    Students will complement business skills with strong technical skills in databases, systems analysis and design, business processes, organizational behavior, networking and telecommunications, and project management, along with problem solving skills. Graduates will be well prepared for the growing number of opportunities in CIS and information technology.

    Students who major in Computer Information Systems require a strong background in computers and an understanding of software, good programming skills, mathematical and analytical skills, organizational, and communication skills. Career paths include;

    Application analyst,Cyber security analyst,Computer programmer,Data modeler,Data analyst,Data scientist,Database administrator,Information systems manager,IT consultant,IT technical support officer,IT manager,Penetration tester,Systems analyst,Systems developer.

  • SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

    Software engineering is the application of engineering to the development of software in a systematic method. Software Engineering is the study of how software systems are built, including topics such as project management, quality assurance, and software testing. It applies the principles and techniques of computer science, engineering, and mathematical analysis to the design, development, testing, and evaluation of the software and the systems that enable computers to perform their many applications.

    There are various fields in software engineering such as requirements gathering, software design, software construction, software maintenance, software configuration management, software engineering management, software development process management and creation, software engineering models and methods, software quality etc.

    Software engineering involves the design and development of many types of software, including operating systems software, network distribution software, and software for compilers. Software engineering requires strong programming skills as well as knowledge in mathematics, database administration, how operating systems work and how hardware interacts.

    It ensures that applications are built consistently, correctly, on time and on budget and within requirements. The demand of software engineering also emerged to cater to the immense rate of change in user requirements and environment on which applications are supposed to be working. Career paths include;

    Applications Development,Systems Development,Web Development,Embedded Systems Development,System Programmer.

  • Information COmmunication and Technology

    The Information Communication Technology (ICT) program strives to educate students to assume leadership roles where the application of information technology is concerned with the ultimate goal of connecting people, organizations, and communities to enhance their ability to succeed. It is similar to Information Technology (IT), but focuses primarily on communication technologies.

    The course focuses on computer and network configurations, web and application programming, and database design and maintenance.  ICT students should have an understanding of computer systems, hardware and networks as well as problem solving, analytical skills and the ability to grasp large amounts of information and be able to quickly learn and adapt to new technologies and advances in the field.

    Careers in information and communication technology fields include a variety of roles and tasks associated with planning, researching, installing and monitoring the performance of IT systems. Careers in ICT include;

    Application analyst,Cyber security analyst,Data analyst,Database administrator,Information systems manager,IT consultant,IT technical support officer,Information security analyst,Penetration tester,Systems analyst.