The department currently offers the following undergraduate programmes:

  1. Bachelor of Science in Informatics.
  2. Bachelor of Science with Education (Informatics and Mathematics)

The programme aims to:

  1. Provide students with the educational experiences that will enable them to cope with the rapidly changing subject of Computing and Information Management.
  2. Provide students with up-to-date training in the discipline so as to prepare them to take on entry level positions in the local computing and information management sector and to grow into other positions. 
  3. Provide students with a sufficiently broad range of courses to enable them to be successful in postgraduate programmes anywhere in the world.
  4. Employ a range of assessment methods and techniques and to enable students to demonstrate the depth of their understanding and their capacity for independent thought.
  5. Give students support and guidance in what, for most students, is a new discipline.


Entry requirements

Two principal passes in Advanced level Mathematics and any other science subject in the Advanced certificate of secondary Education OR relevant Diploma in ICT and related fields. Pass in Mathematics at O-level and Diploma level is mandatory OR Passes at Diploma OR at least credit OR second class at Certificate in Diploma/Certificate in ICT and related fields and must have passes in Geography, Physics, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry.


Course Structure