The Bachelor with Honours in Computing Science course has a practical, problem solving approach. Students will be taught how to design effective solutions to complex problems such as how to design, build and analyse computer systems. Students will also develop a firm understanding of how computers work as well as effective computer Programming. This course provides a firm foundation in the design and development of software and information systems with particular emphasis on networking, data communications, databases, computer systems, software engineering, multimedia and HCI which is more suited for global and local need of the market. The course is accredited and recognized by British Computer Society (BCS).
The programme aims to produce graduates that are able to demonstrate a detailed understanding, knowledge and experience of the theory, practice and applications of computing science. They will be equipped to apply appropriate scientific and engineering practices in the development and construction of computer-based systems for the solution of practical problems. Graduates will be adaptable with good communication skills and have a firm understanding of computing in order to meet the changing demands of the real world and a modern technological society. They will appreciate the requirement for continuing their professional development and the recognition of the importance of lifelong learning. The programme will provide graduates with an understanding of the professional standards and responsibilities demanded of the computer professional by industry, commerce and society.