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Department’s Goal

  • To impart innovative teaching to enrich students with sound computing knowledge by utilizing state of the art infrastructure.
  • To prepare students for the job market by strengthening their problem solving and professional skills.
  • To train students by providing an environment for lifelong learning and entrepreneurship.
  • To support faculty and students in multidisciplinary research.
  • To inculcate students with professional ethics and social responsibilities to contribute in society’s economic growth.

Graduate Attributes

These are the following attributes expected from the graduates of the BS Computer Science Program:

  1. Sound computing knowledge
  2. Critical thinking and problem solving
  3. Strong work ethics and continuous professional development
  4. Leadership and teamwork
  5. Effective verbal, non-verbal and digital communication

Department’s Vision

To build a competitive environment in education, research, innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of Computer Science to serve the community.

Department’s Mission

To provide best practices of education, research, innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of Computer Science to contribute in building a vibrant society.

Program Objectivem Objectives:

  1. Students will learn essential concepts of Mathematics, Science and computing to successfully apply them in BCS program.
  2. Students will be equipped with essential skills and knowledge to comprehend, analyze and develop computing system or components for desired needs.
  3. Students will gain independent, critical and creative thinking.
  4. Students will be encouraged to have self-learning skills and will be trained to achieve leadership and entrepreneurship traits.
  5. Students will understand the professional and ethical considerations in the field of Computing Science as well as identify society’s needs.
  6. Students will be trained through specialized training programs to make them available for IT job market.
  7. Students will be encouraged to involve in scientific research and innovative thinking in the field of Computing Science.

Program Learning Outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding:

K1 : Describe the sound knowledge of principles of Computing, Science and Mathematics required in the field of Computer Science.
K2 : Relate recent trends and current research in the field of Computer Science.

S1 : Analyze complex computing problems to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions.
S2 : Evaluate problem-solving strategies to propose a large number of solutions and come up with the best possible solution.
S3 : Design and implement computing-based solutions to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
S4 : Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions.
S5 : Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts for technical and non-technical audiences.

Values, Autonomy, and Responsibility:
V1 : Recognize
professional and social responsibilities to make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles.
V2 : Demonstrate the ability to function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the field of Computer Science.
V3 : Identify the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development and entrepreneurship.


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Excellent Performers

Excellent Performers - 20233

Campus : Computer College, Male Campus Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology Department : Computer Science List of students having cumulative grades from 4.5 to 5 registered in 20233 S. No Name Level GPA 1 AMMAR MAHMOUD

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Exit Exam - Computer Science

Exit Exam - Bachelor in Computer Science

Exit Exam - Schedule Exam Date 24 May 2023 Exam Start Time 10:00 AM Room # G-134 Exam Duration 80 Minutes Questions 70 MCQs With our best wishes for success. College of Computer Science and Information Technology.

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