3 years
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About this course

Computer science is the science of analysis, conception, and implementation of information processing systems.  With foundational concepts such as algorithms, information, architecture, complexity, and efficiency, the statistical structure and dynamic behavior of such systems can be described and investigated.

Computer science contains mathematical elements (qualitative and quantitative classification of problems and algorithms, correctness proofs for programs) as well as engineering elements (the solution to concrete and complex practical problems within optimal use of resources on hand).

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Entry Requirements

  • Relevant qualifications accepted by the University.