Department of Computer Science
Aim of Computer Science
To ensure that students have a good grasp of those basic techniques which any professional in the subject would be expected to know.
• To offer high quality courses on a wide range of topics from the whole spectrum of Computer Science.
• Components of the degree programmes are designed to provide students with the following transferable skills:
o Abstraction, numeracy and programming, communication and teamwork.
o To prepare students for higher education and advanced research.
Scope of Computer Applications
Computing and technology departments often offer service courses in Computer Literacy that provide the entire academic community with the opportunity to develop skills in the use of computers. Real industry projects and teamwork can have a great impact on student learning and commitment, but provision of these features also produces significant challenges for academic assessment. The development of new technologies leads to demand for various kinds of technologists. The expanding integration of internet technologies into businesses, for example, has resulted in a growing need for specialists who can develop and support Internet and intranet applications.
Job Prospects and Career options
As technology becomes more sophisticated and complex, Computer Scientists and DataBase Administrators positions will demand a higher level of skill and expertise on the part of the employees.
• Individuals with an advanced degree in computer science or computer engineering or with an MBA with a concentration in information systems should enjoy favorable employment prospects
• Employers continue to seek computer specialists who can combine strong technical skills with good business skills, individuals with a combination of experience inside and outside the IT arena will have the best job prospects