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Introduction to BS (Computer Science) Program

Program Overview

Our Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program offers a comprehensive curriculum that combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills. Students will gain a deep understanding of the principles, methodologies, and technologies that drive the world of computing.

Curriculum Highlights

Our curriculum is carefully designed to cover a wide range of computer science topics, ensuring that students acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field. Here are some key areas of study:

Programming Fundamentals
Students will learn core programming concepts and languages, enabling them to write efficient and reliable code. They will develop problem-solving skills and gain hands-on experience through programming assignments and projects.

Data Structures and Algorithms
This course focuses on the fundamental data structures and algorithms used in software development. Students will learn how to analyze, design, and implement efficient algorithms to solve real-world problems.

Computer Architecture
Students will explore the inner workings of computer systems, including processor design, memory management, and input/output operations. They will gain insights into the hardware-software interface and understand how computer components interact.

Software Engineering
This course emphasizes the principles and practices of software development. Students will learn about the software development life cycle, project management, testing, and software maintenance. They will also work collaboratively on team projects to simulate real-world development environments.

Artificial Intelligence
Students will be introduced to the field of artificial intelligence, covering topics such as machine learning, natural language processing, and intelligent systems. They will explore algorithms and techniques used to create intelligent software and study the societal impact of AI.

This course focuses on the design, implementation, and management of databases. Students will learn SQL and gain practical experience in designing and querying databases. They will also study concepts such as data normalization and database security.

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