About Sub Group: Computer Science
The objectives of the undergraduate degree program in Computer Science are as follow:
a. to expose students to current theories in Computer Science so that they acquire fundamental competency in working across many disciplines.
b. to prepare applicants for a variety of professions.
c. to nurture a style of thinking in studentsthat emerges from the experience obtained through study of the field and professional practice
Potential: Computer Science
Upon successful completion of the program graduates will be able to:
a. get an understanding of a number of common themes and principles in computer science
b. appropriate the interplay between theory and practice
c. to understand how to apply the knowledge they have gained to solve problems
d. to design and improve a system based on a quantitative and qualitative assessment of its functionality
e. to recognize social, legal, ethical, and cultural issues inherent in the discipline of computing.
f. to understand that computing interacts with many different domains. Solutions to many problems require both computing skills and specialized knowledge.
Importance: Computer Science
Given the pervasiveness of computer technology in society today, there are many different job opportunities for computer science majors. Those who have obtained a bachelor’s or master’s degree may go on to work as system analysts, database administrators, computer programmers and testers; while those with master’s or doctoral degrees may go into post-secondary education or computer research and development.
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