The department offers PhD, MPhil, MS (IST), M.Sc. and BS degrees
Each degree programme has a specific objective and focus.
The course of study and syllabi for each degree is updated and is inline its objectives.
The department offers PhD, MPhil, MS (Information Science & Technology), M.Sc. and BS degrees. Each degree programme has a specific objective and focus. The course of study and syllabi for each degree is updated and is inline its objectives
PhD is highest degree awarded in an academic discipline and is the most satisfying and rewarding educational experience. Students work closely with a faculty member, performing original research, and tackling challenging and unsolved problems.(More Details)
The objective of M.Phil Computer Science programme is to train students to initiate research work. The duration of M.Phil programme is two years (4 semesters).MPhil is of 50 credit hours, 24 credit hours for the course work and 26 credit hours for research work. Each course is of 3 credit hours.(More Details)
In today's Information Society, expertise in all forms of information is required for progress in science, business, and education. The main aim of MS programme in Information Science & Technology (IST) is to design and develop information related applications using information technology by understanding relationship between digital information, people and technology. The MS programme intends to bring together Computer Science and collaborative environment of how people and society interact with digital information MS (Information Science & Technology) Part Time (with 6 credit hours per semester) M.Sc.(Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology) or 4 years BS (Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology) with experience in digital information management.(More Details)
The overall aim of M.Sc. Computer Science is to develop in the students the ability to construct reliable software products by applying sound scientific, management and engineering principles. During the M.Sc. students will be exposed to current and future issues affecting the development of computer-based systems. The requirement of the degree programme is completion of 60 credits in at least four semesters. Each course is of 3 credits except the project (6 credits). The remaining 15 credits could be earned by taking 3 optional courses and project for specialization. Students having acquired 60 credits of study will be awarded the M.Sc. degree along with a transcript which identifies the courses studied.(More Details)
BS Computer Science at QAU is oriented to construct reliable, robust and usable software. The progarmme provides a well-integrated balance of theoretical and practical experience required in building software tools for different fields. Student will be able to design, implement and manage systems combining rich scientific, computational, communication and multimedia facilities in different domains. The main objective of the programme is to provide students with a balanced breadth and depth of knowledge in computer science that enable them to begin their professional career in software industry or they can continue their education at graduate level. g discipline through foundation courses, and will build their knowledge of the discipline through core courses. (More Details)