(i) To develop manpower with skills and knowledge needed to meet the requirements of a rapidly advancing and challenging field of IT and Management.
(ii) To produce graduates with IT skills and prepare them for global competitiveness
(iii) To produce managers with the spirit of self-reliance and encourage them to adopt holistic approach in professional pursuit.
(iv) To develop human capital with emphasis on creating a knowledge-based society.
(v) To develop manpower to pursue careers in a wide range of professions including software development, web design, and system administration.
To graduate from the 4-year Bachelor of Science degree programme in Computer Science, students must have successfully completed a minimum of 163 Credit Units as shown below.
Graduating Required Units for B.Sc. Computer Science Programme
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ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR B.SC. COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAMME
Credit level pass in five (5) subjects in the SSCE/GCE/NECO O/L or their equivalent must be obtained at not more than two sittings and must include Mathematics, English Language, Physics, Chemistry and either Biology or Agricultural Science.