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Faculty of Computing

Breaking new ground in the theory and practice of computational systems and their applications, the Faculty of Computer Science is a progressive, inclusive department, providing specialist teaching and conducting world-leading research in fundamental and applied computer science. Skillnet Campus Faculty of Computing has been established in collaboration with Arizona University USA and OBS UK to offer Diploma and Degree programmes in Computing/ IT. Programme gives equal emphasis on theory and practice of computing. Emphasis on project work towards the later part of the programme is a distinctive feature of the Computer Science Degrees. Skillnet Campus work with both local and global companies on student projects and to offer work placements. 

The Computer Science degree programme aims to develop professional skills as well as sound practical grounding in the chosen area of study. All the specializations provide prospects of employment in a wide spectrum of Computing/IT and cater for the growing demand in industry for professions such as System Analysts, Software Engineers, Quality assurance specialists, Network engineers, Project Managers, Database Administrators, Analyst Programmers and Data scientists. The variety of choices off­ered provides more flexibility within the area of computing as it gives a broad view of the computer systems, hardware, software and information systems supplemented by professional issues. At the later stage of the awards the students develop an artifact showing expertise in a chosen area.


Level 3 – A level University entry

Progress onto University First Year

Level 4 & 5 – University 1st and 2nd year

Progress onto University final Year