This program provides the understanding of hardware and software concepts of computing and information transfer. It covers the design and analysis of algorithms, computer architecture, operating systems, structure of programming languages, and advanced techniques in programming. The program includes courses for Cisco Certified Network Associates (CCNA) and employs a track-based curriculum where the students can choose from Advanced Cisco Networking, Database Management Systems, Solaris and Java Technology, HP UNIX Technology, and Microsoft .NET Technology as their field of specialization.
This program involves the study and use of concepts, principles, and techniques of computing in the design and development of multimedia products and solutions. The game development specialization track is the study and application of fundamental and advanced theories in game design, scientific simulations, use and development of gaming technology and tools, and production of commercially acceptable digital games and viable solutions for use in entertainment and scientific applications.
This program deals with the study and development of the use of hardware, software, firmware, services, and supporting infrastructure to provide business solutions. It includes courses for CCNA and employs a track-based curriculum where the students can choose from Advanced Cisco Networking, Database Management Systems, Solaris and Java Technology, HP UNIX Technology, and Microsoft .NET Technology as their field of specialization.
This program provides students with the required skills and competencies in the field of information technology necessary for effective management of work activities related to planning, creation, organization, and storage and protection of information. It focuses on integration of information systems and technologies in the organization and business processes to provide business solutions and competitive advantage. The program includes courses for CCNA and employs a track-based curriculum where the students can choose from IT Service Management, Data Management Systems, Business Analytics, and IT Audit and Control as their field of specialization.
The Master of Science in Computer Science (MS CS) aims to provide both breadth and in-depth knowledge in the concepts and techniques related to the design, implementation, and application of computer systems. It emphasizes comprehension and understanding of the principles and concepts needed for designing and formulating new tools for applications development as well as generating new knowledge in the field.
Master in Information Technology (MIT) emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies preparing and enabling the student for industrial practice of systems, integration, systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its components. The program aims to develop among its students the knowledge of information technology (IT) concepts, techniques, and principles, and skills in using IT to provide solutions to problems of organization and society.
Master in Business Analytics (MBAn) enables the student to understand and solve complex business analytics problems using appropriate tools and techniques. Graduates will be able to devise, refine and apply business analytics tools and techniques competently in solving analytical problems of different industries and sectors. Ultimately, this will lead to an appreciation of the current business analytics problems of the industry and foster confidence in contributing to problem resolutions.
Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science (PhD CS) emphasizes/focuses on the study and depth of specific areas in Computer Science. The program is completed primarily through a supervised research that contributes to new knowledge, theory or technology. The program aims to develop among its students the skills to perform research on original work, to initiate ideas, designs and concepts, or to develop advanced implementations on matters relating to the field of Computer Science.