Computer Science & IT

Computer Science & IT

If you enjoy working with computers, designing programs and applications, or working with advancing technologies such as digital forensics, IT security, cybercrime, or multimedia design, then a career in computer science and IT might be the one for you. Computer science focuses primarily on the use of mathematical algorithms to program computers efficiently. An IT profession includes the installation, management, and maintenance of computer systems, and the design and operation of networks and databases. Students pursuing Computer Science and IT degrees will develop good knowledge in computer use, computer coding, written and oral communication skills, analytical thinking, problem solving abilities and various required organizational skills. Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Computer Science & IT cover a broad range of specializations–from programming, video games, and multimedia to human-machine interaction, IT security , health information, cloud technology, and much more. They cover concepts of programming, software, hardware, and operating systems, mathematics and algorithms, in their curricula. Students who enroll in these programs should be detail-oriented and have a competence for mathematics since mathematics is the programming language. You can also understand how proper software development will make the difference between a good product and a total failure when developing a software. Computer Science graduates are among employers' most wanted employees, so you'll have plenty of career openings to choose from, and the wages to match them. Some Computer Science and It jobs include: application developer, computer security expert, game designer, IT consultant, software engineer, web developer, software developer, system manager and many more.

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a wide-ranging computer science branch that develops smart machines that can perform tasks that usually require human intelligence. AI is an interdisciplinary science with multiple approaches that also refers to any computer that demonstrates human mind-related characteristics such as learning and problem-solving. Some of the subjects you can expect to learn during a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence are: computer vision, natural language processing, speech recognition, principles of software engineering, autonomous systems, machine learning, image analysis, signal and sound processing, AI ethics and social consequences, and others. In Artificial Intelligence, you need to have advanced knowledge of mathematics, algorithms, statistics, probabilities and good knowledge in computer programming. Graduates in AI can find jobs such as: AI researchers, AI experts, machine learning developers, computational linguists, robotics engineers, data scientists and many more.
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Information Technology (IT)

Information Technology is the use of technology to solve large-scale enterprise or organizational problems. Regardless of the position, an IT department member works with others to solve technology problems, large as well as small. You will need to be good at subjects like mathematics and algorithms to be a successful programmer, which you'll use most of the time. During your IT degree, you will learn how to turn algorithms into code, how to design software that integrates well with different operating systems and discover how digital networks function and connect users and also understand how proper software development can make the difference between a successful product and a complete failure. IT graduates can work as: application developer, cyber security analyst, game designer, IT consultant, software engineer, web developer and others.
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Business Information Systems

Business information systems are collections of interrelated procedures that use IT infrastructure to produce and disseminate desired information in a business enterprise. Field professionals evaluate, develop and implement information and communication technologies to improve business processes and enhance the overall performance of an organization. Their focus is on measuring the effects and changes occurring in operational activities following the implementation of new information technologies. Students can develop the ability to design software and execute strategies that generate value and an organizational competitive advantage. Based on a thorough review and understanding of business data and procedures, they would be able to recognize key points and threats of information systems. Graduates in Business Management System can work as: system trainer, support specialist, information resource manager, technology consultant, enterprise systems manager and many more.
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Cyber Security

Cyber security refers to the collection of technologies, procedures, and practices that are designed to protect networks, computers, programs, and data from attack, harm, or unauthorized access. It may also be referred as to Information Technology (IT). Some of the subjects you can expect to learn during your Bachelor's or Master's degree in cyber security are: basic concepts of computer architecture, components of IT systems, programming of scripts, cryptography, cyber threats, forensic accounting, legal and ethical concerns and others. Cyber security professionals secure confidential data from various fields for companies, such as banking, retail, health care, education, social media, etc. Some of the skills a good IT security professional needs include research and problem solving, decision making, planning and time management, attention to information, communication and imagination. Graduates in cyber security can find jobs such as cryptographers, information security officers, software researchers, penetration testers, forensic specialists, network managers, ethical hackers, and others.
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Networking

Networking is a branch of Computer Science and IT that deals with the technical and administrative skills needed to build and use computer networks for a number of purposes. The subject or topics covered by networking are security, multimedia, programming languages, system design, network management, project management, databases, and much more. Students enrolled in networking degrees gain a complete understanding of how computer networks are developed and implemented, they will also be given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience by incorporating their lessons in real world apps. Graduates can work as: network specialist, network manager, network engineer, network solution architect and many more.
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Data Science & Big Data

Data Science and Big Security is a branch of computer science with an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates expertise from statistics, analytics, and programming tools. It deals with collecting large amounts of data and analyzing user behavior. The information is then used to draw conclusions, to make plans, make better plans and policies and implement them, and to make other necessary decisions. Students learn how to collect and store large amounts of data and how to organize it efficiently so that information can be easily accessed and analyzed. You will also learn how to evaluate the quality of the data, determine when something goes wrong and error checking information to prevent any future errors. Graduates can work as: data scientist, decision support, statistician and many more.
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Software Engineering

Software engineering is a branch of Engineering that deals with evaluating user requirements and then developing, constructing, and testing software applications that will meet those needs. Topics such as: computer programming, algorithms, data structures, human-computer interaction, web development, software project management, architecture and operating systems, security and usability, social responsibility and ethics and others are included in degree programs of Software Engineering. Since technology and software applications are used in almost every industry, the role of software engineers has become more important. Software engineering is mostly about teamwork and taking projects of building various software for different fields. Graduates can work a: software engineers, application developers, database administrators, game developers, multimedia programmers, web designers, and others.
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Video Games & Multimedia

Video Games and Multimedia course focuses on game design theories and principles and on the development of interactive content on different platform forms. Video content development is the most critical process in the production of video games as part of the digital entertainment industry. Elements of graphic design, computer science, and information technology are combined together for the creation of video games and multimedia. Courses offered in video games and multimedia knowledge and relevant information on topics such as: three dimensional graphics, games analysis design, entertainment technology, game animation, applications of virtual reality. Students will develop programming skills and will be able to use their creativity and knowledge to design concepts and solutions using specialized computer software. Graduates can work as: graphic designers, animators, software developers, multimedia creators and others.
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Web Technologies & Cloud Computing

Web technologies create interfaces between web servers and clients, and ensure the safe use of internet-based applications as well as permanent information access. Cloud computing is a natural evolution of widespread virtualization adoption, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand over the Internet. Students will gain relevant knowledge on: Web design and development, programming principles, development of information systems, practical cloud systems, and more. You will also learn to evaluate data storage models and to design efficient web applications, become experienced in programming languages and in configuring networks, along with gaining project management skills, learn to make critical evaluations and establish timelines for fulfill and achieve required goals. Graduates in Web Technology and Cloud Computing can find job opportunities as: computer programmer, cloud architect, web developer, applications architect and many more.
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3D Arts and Animation

3D Art and Animation prepares you for a career in visual communication, animation and visual effects. This course introduces students to the principles of 3D modeling, surface treatment and animation. Some topics included in 3D Art and Animation Bachelor’s degree are: scripting, storyboarding, 2D and 3D animation, digital imaging, history of animation, character development and others. Students will develop creativity and technical skills and learn more about visual communication, visual effects, and animation, to model and texture objects, write and light images, animate and create as films, video games learning techniques, architectural and medical animation, television and feature films and many more. Graduates in 3D Art and Animation can find career opportunities such as: graphic designer, video production, cinematography, web programming and many more.
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Computer Science

The study of computers and numerical structures used for dealing with various computer applications is computer science. Computer scientists primarily deal with software and information systems, including their theory, design, development and implementation. The key areas of computer sciences are: artificial intelligence, computer systems and networks, security, database systems, human computer interaction, vision and graphics, numerical analysis, programming languages, software engineering, bioinformatics and theory of computing and others. You'll learn everything there is to know about designing and developing computer applications while pursuing degrees in computer science. It will also help you develop great technological, analytical and problem-solving skills that are vital to your future career. Computer Science graduates are among companies' most wanted workers, so you'll have plenty of career opportunities to choose from, and the wages to match them. Graduates in computer science can work as: software developer, database administrator, computer hardware engineer, web developer and many more.
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