Master of Science in Computing Science

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Develop evidence-based solutions to real world Information Communication Technology (ICT) problems.
  2. Compile and organise data, and construct models to solve a variety of complex real-world problems.
  3. Explain ICT-related research concepts and contexts effectively in written and verbal forms appropriate to stakeholder expectations.
  4. Apply ethical principles throughout the development phases for ICT solutions
  5. Apply appropriate methodology to address complex problems in computing or cognate fields.
  6. Analyse, design and develop solutions in computing or cognate fields by independently investigating the knowledge gaps in the current or emerging trends.
  7. Discuss research outcomes effectively in written and oral forms with other computing professionals and scholars employing a range of ICT tools.”



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