The course concentrates on creating links between theory and practice. It covers a wide variety of software and hardware technologies and their applications. We are looking for students with a real flair for mathematics, which you will develop into skills that can be used both for reasoning rigorously about the behavior of programs and computer systems and for applications such as scientific computing. You will also gain practical problem-solving and program design skills; the majority of subjects within the course are linked with practical work in KNU well-equipped laboratories.
The vision of the DCSC is to be among the region’s premier small research and teaching Computer Science programs for undergraduates. Also, DCSE envisions to build the student's personality from several aspects in an integrated manner to be a distinguished graduate of this department at all levels and has a scientific and professional ability which qualifies them for success in their career as computer experts to serve their communities.
To create, share, and apply knowledge in Computer Science, including in interdisciplinary areas that extend the scope of Computer Science and benefit humanity; to educate students to be successful, ethical, and effective problem-solvers and life-long learners who will contribute positively to the economic well-being of our region and wider and who are prepared to tackle complex 21st Century challenges facing their communities and the world in general.
There are several different jobs in the area of Computer Science. The advantages of Computer
Science as a job include high pay, job security, an environment of change, and innovation. Some
of the top job prospects after graduating from the Department of Computer Science include:
• Software Developer.
• Database Administrator. • Web Developer.
• Computer and Information Systems Managers
• IT Project Manager