Expect approximately 6 hours of work per week. This may include lecture videos, readings, discussions and assessments.
Our Information Systems program is structured as an applied program of study, the application area being business information systems. Computer Science majors may choose a variety of different electives (e.g., programming languages, databases, computer graphics) and take more natural science and mathematics courses, whereas Information Systems majors follow a more focused computing curriculum and take […]
No, school credits are not acceptable.
To declare a specialization, you will need to contact the BCS Undergraduate program Director.
Computer Science is a vital, fun field of study, but it is not for everyone. Because it is such a broad field, your success can depend a great deal on selecting the program of study that best fits your interests. Bachelor in computer science relatively covers most of the topics of computer science so this […]
Yes! We offers you more choices of subjects than you ever imagined. Many students discover a new passion and switch between subjects and faculties. Computing Science is a good place to start, because computing science is something that you can use in any discipline.
To make you a better thinker, a better programmer, a better language designer, and a better understanding of current technology. Our philosophy is to require students to master core subjects and then give them the opportunity to specialize in an applied area of interest.
GRE scores are not required from MS applicants.
The intended audience for the Program are: IT Professionals Data Professionals Data Scientists Professionals looking for a career shift into Computer Science Sector