Computer Science is the root of Information and Communication Technology.
BSCS graduates will have extensive knowledge on the basic principles and foundations such as data structures, operating systems, programming, theory of computation, algorithm and other major subjects which will facilitate in solving scientific, engineering and commercial problems.
They have knowledge both in hardware and software with emphasis of the later. Graduates will address the increasing worldwide importance of computer software in many important and challenging applications
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science aims to equip students with one or more of the basic principles and foundations that underlie the science of that field.
Checklist for SY 2014-2015 CS SE 2013-2014
Checklist for SY 2014-2015 CS 2014-2015 (3rd-4th yrs)
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