School of Computing Science
The degree programme offered at DUC’s School of Computing Science will equip students with advanced skills in information technology, and an understanding of how these can be applied to the challenges of management in a modern organisation.
The programme is designed to assist students to have a thorough grasp of concepts of computing science with a clear understanding of management principles and practice. It is intended to prepare students not only for the technical knowledge of computing, but also for a functional knowledge in leadership as well as management principles and functions as they relate to information and communication technology. The aim is to equip students to apply information systems to the problems encountered in management.
Degree from DUC’s School of Computing Science will therefore provide its graduates with a strong, broad-based education in computing as a scientific and technological discipline with thorough functional understanding of management principles and functions in an organisation. This programme therefore allows students to develop a functional background across a wide range of topics in both Computer Science and management principles.
Presently, the School offers coursework leading to a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Computer Science with Management