Prospects of Graduates of BSCS Program

Our BSCS program ensures that students graduate equipped with a clear understanding of the core concepts and techniques of computer science. You learn how to specify, design and construct computer-based systems, evaluate and recognize potential risks and design creative solutions. Elective courses in the most active areas of research and development differentiate our undergraduate program – our students have the opportunity to explore areas of interest and develop the skills to access relevant positions in industry and academia. Our particular strengths include computer vision, machine learning, multimedia technologies, user experience design and technology for education.

Job Prospects

On completion of the degree requirements, you are ready to take on rewarding roles in the following areas:

  1. Software engineering
  2. Software quality assurance
  3. UI design
  4. Web design
  5. Web development
  6. Embedded systems development
  7. Systems development
  8. Application development
  9. Data science (analysis & visualization)
  10. Robotics
  11. Multimedia experience design and programming
  12. Game design and development
  13. Program language design
  14. Database administration
  15. Business analysis
  16. Enterprise IT consultancy
  17. Information systems manager
  18. Teaching computer studies & mathematics at Secondary and Higher Secondary School

Research and Higher studies

Some graduates choose to continue their studies at postgraduate level, studying a computer science subject in detail via an MSCS or PhD degree program. By achieving excellence in the higher degree, a graduate may prove himself essential for a career in academia and for a range of other careers, for example, developing new technologies and products.

Personality Prospects

You also gain skills in:

  1. Problem-solving;
  2. Research;
  3. Teamwork and leadership;
  4. Communication;
  5. Presenting reasoned arguments;
  6. Negotiation and persuasion;
  7. Time management and organization;
  8. Report writing;
  9. Learn to learn new concepts and technologies;
  10. Familiarity with the real-world applications of computer science – in education, business, government, science, communications, medicine, media, etc.

Skills for your CV

Computing degrees combine theoretical study and practical projects, teaching you subject-specific skills including:

  1. Software engineering;
  2. Programming languages;
  3. Network design and engineering;
  4. Multimedia design;
  5. Software tools and packages;
  6. Hardware architecture and construction

What do our computer science/IT graduates do?

Based upon the previous alumni records, following is distribution of job landings for our CS graduates.

Role / Sector Percentage
Software Industry 64
Services 5
Government 6
Manufacturing 3
SME or Own Business 3
Telecommunication 8
Media 2
Banks 3
Academia 6