On this programme in computer science, specialising in network computing, you will gain a good understanding of computer science and a grasp of the important elements of a computer system. You’ll also learn how to build different types of software from web-based systems to mobile solutions. In the final year you’ll take compulsory modules in advanced computer science and choose options from a range of computing topics. Network computing graduates have a wide range of careers open to them. Perhaps you’ll start by becoming a general analyst/ programmer, or join a consultancy firm – often just a first step toward setting up your own business.
The aim of all undergraduate programmes offered by Department of Computer Science is primarily to equip our graduates with appropriate knowledge and skills required for their mainly commercial careers, making them highly employable.
Computer Science (Network Computing) programme graduates will be able to:
• Display an in-depth knowledge of the challenges and ways distributed information systems work and apply their development and implementation skills to the production of such artefacts.
Varies depending on country.
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