The Department of Computer Science was established in 1970 in order to meet the nation’s need for skilled manpower in this rapidly expanding field.
A study of the requirements of industry, commerce, government and research organizations was carried out and several meetings were held with practitioners in the field.
Admission to Year one is by Joint Matriculation Examination (JME). To be eligible to take the examination, candidate must normally have the West African School Certificate or its equivalent, with credits in at least 5 subjects including English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
Student may be eligible for admission to Part II if they have any of the following, in addition to the University/Faculty General Admission requirements:
(I) Good Pass at the G.C.E. Advanced level or equivalent in Chemistry, Physics, Pure Mathematics or Applied Mathematics (Combined) OR
003 Software Engineering Laboratory
004 Process Control
005 Instrumentation and Telecomunication Lab
006 Digital Laboratory
007 Microprocessor Laboratory
M32 Cloud Computing Center
M37 Grid Laboratory
We would like you to meet some of our University students, graduates and staff who have strived for excellence in teaching, learning and research. You can also learn about our successful projects that have made a difference in the community and industry.
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Success story in pictures. We are the record breakers because we break and set new records. Enjoy!!!
Room 204: Exam Processing Room
Room 205-206: Head of Department’s office
Room 209: Departmental Board Room
Room M017: NACOSS Secretariat
Room 008: Departmental Reading Room