Computer Science is a young and exciting discipline. As undergraduate students move through our first-, second- and third-year modules, they are exposed to a wide range of subject matter within the discipline of Computer Science. Our degree modules give students a deeper understanding of the many diverse and interesting areas of computer science, preparing them for an industry or research oriented career path.Find out more
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The Department of Computer Science offers a number of exciting undergraduate and postgraduate study plans to prospective students.
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We have a large number of experienced and highly skilled lecturers and professors working in our department, many of whom have obtained doctorate’s in Computer Science.
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This module introduces imperative computer programming, which is a fundamental building block of computer science.
This module introduces concepts and terminology related to the computer science discipline.
The focus is on object-oriented (OO) programming. Concepts including inheritance and multiple inheritance, polymorphism, operator overloading, memory …