Undergraduate degree programmes

The Department offers two undergraduate degree programmes, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Single-Major (3:2:1:1) and Major-Minor (3:2:2:1) as well as Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.


To qualify for admission into Computer Science programmes at Level 200, candidates must have taken the following courses at Level 100:

  • MATH 121: Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 122: Calculus I CSCD 101: Introduction to Computer Science I
  • CSCD 102: Introduction to Computer Science II


Every student in the Department of Computer Science must own his or her laptop with minimum specification of:

  • i3 64-bit Processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • 500GB HD or 256 SSD

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