Computer science majors need to be able to think analytically in order to devise systems and programs, but must also be sufficiently detail-oriented to troubleshoot problems. They must be able to communicate well with non-technical people to assess their needs and convey technical information in plain language. 

Students of a computer science program can expect to take classes in networks, algorithms and programming languages. In addition, different concentrations within the computer science field are available and include network security, computer forensics, software engineering and cryptography 

Computer technologies are integral to modern life, so you’re likely to find your computer science skills in high demand across many different industries. These include financial organizations, management consultancy firms, software houses, communications companies, data warehouses, multinational companies, governmental agencies, universities and hospitals. 


Courses Available 

  • Computer Science    
  • Computer Science (Software Engineering)    
  • Computer Science (Networks)    
  • Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence)    
  • Information Technology    
  • Computer Technology and Networks    
  • Information Technology     
  • Information Technology Management for Business    
  • Engineering with Management