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UNIVERSITY OF GHANA IT COURSES

This is the Information Technology age and at its core is Computer Science. The study of computer science is therefore critical if society is to take full advantage of the benefits Information Technology has to offer and make rapid economic advances.

Computer science involves the study and development of applications that allow for our everyday use of computers, the software systems that support these applications, and the means and methods used to produce both applications and systems that behave reliably, correctly and ethically.

At the heart of Computer Science lies the skill of computer programming and employers who hire Computer Scientists expect adept programmers with knowledge of current techniques and tools and the ability to apply sound engineering principles to the development, construction and maintenance of computer programs.

The range of courses available in the department and the skills acquired by students enable them to find employment in many diverse fields of the economy and prepare our graduates for the computing industry, working in a project team (or research and development team), and to enable the graduate to bring specialist skills to that team.

The course also provides the platform for further study or research through exposure to established and emerging technologies and methods, and to active fields of research in Computer Science.

The Department offers two undergraduate degree programmes, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Single-Major (3:2:1:1) and Major-Minor (3:2:2:1) as well as Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

Department of Computer Science : I.T Professional Certificate Short Courses

The Department of Computer Science is organizing one month, evening and week end I.T. programs on various courses from 31ST. January, 2017. 

Undergraduate degree programmes

The Department offers two undergraduate degree programmes, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Single-Major (3:2:1:1) and Major-Minor (3:2:2:1) as well as Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

To qualify for admission into Computer Science programmes at Level 200, candidates must have taken the following courses at Level 100:

  • MATH 121: Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 122: Calculus I CSCD 101: Introduction to Computer Science I
  • CSCD 102: Introduction to Computer Science II

Every student in the Department of Computer Science must own his or her laptop with minimum specification of:

  • i3 64-bit Processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • 500GB HD or 256 SSD

Undergraduate Courses
Computer Science
Level 100
First Semester
UGRC 150 Critical Thinking and Practical Reasoning
MATH 121 Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 123 Vectors and Geometry
DCIT 101 Introduction to Computer Science
DCIT 103 Office Productivity Tools
STAT 111 Introduction to Statistics and Probability I

Second Semester
UGRC 110 Academic Writing I
UGRC 131-136 Understanding Human Society
MATH 122 Calculus I
MATH 126 Algebra and Geometry
STAT 112 Introduction to Statistics and Probability II
DCIT 104 Programming
DCIT 102 Computer Hardware Fund. and Circuits
Level 200
Level 300
Level 400

First Semester

UGRC 150Critical Thinking and Practical Reasoning
DCIT 101Introduction to Computer Science
DCIT 103Office Productivity Tools
DCIT 105Mathematics for IT Professionals
STAT 111Introduction to Statistics and Probability I
ELECTIVES:
MATH 121Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 123Vectors and Geometry
ECON 101Introduction to Economics I

Second Semester

UGRC 110Academic Writing I
UGRC 131-136Understanding Human Society
MATH 122Calculus I
MATH 126Algebra and Geometry
STAT 112Introduction to Statistics and Probability II
DCIT 104Programming
DCIT 102Computer Hardware Fund. and Circuits

Level 200Level 300Level 400

Our Organization

The University of Ghana is one of Africa’s most preeminent public universities. The impact on individuals, our region, and the world is profound. whether we are launching young people into a boundless future or confronting the grand challenges of our time through dauntless research. UG educates more than 38,000students annually, with approximately 2.64% being computer science students. We turn ideas into impact and transform the world around us. For more about our impact, visit our news site, UG News.

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