Welcome to the Department of Computing and Information Technology
The Department of Computing & Information Technology is responsible for research and degree programs in the areas of Computer Science and Information Technology. We offer B.Sc. programs in Computer Science, Computer Science & Management, and in Information Technology. We offer M.Sc. in Computer Science and M.Phil. and Ph.D. research degrees in several exciting research areas of Computing. Teaching and research are supported by state-of-the-art computer laboratory facilities which provide students with hands-on practical experience. For more information click here
2014/2015 SEMESTER 1 Advising Schedule
Advising Schedule for Undergraduate New, Undergradaute Returning and Postgradaute students.
List of Orals
2013/2014 Academic Year - Sem. II
Regulation on Oral Examination:
"A student may be granted permission by the Board of Examiners to sit supplementary oral examinations in failed Level II/III courses accounting for not more than (8) credits provided that the candidate has completed all Level 1 requirements and passed a minimum of 30 Levels II/III credits."
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