Short Courses in Computer Science & IT

Computer Sciences


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Computers are sophisticated machines but they are not smart... yet. That is why the world needs computer scientists to programme computers and make them do all sorts of magical things. The work of a computer engineer is pure gold: just think of the numerous games and apps they create! Computer Sciences is a broad field of study that deals with learning programming languages, and algorithms, while developing skills in creating software, applications and web pages

Bachelor and Master degrees in Computer Sciences focus on teaching you how to go through thousands of code lines and identify software errors or computer bugs. Students are also equipped to maintain databases and designing user interfaces.

Computer Sciences include a variety of sub-disciplines including:

• Information sciences
• Human computer interaction
• Web technologies
• Video games and multimedia

Students who graduate from a Computer Science degree pursue career opportunities like:

• Game developer
• Software engineer
• IT consultant
• Database administrator

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