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Introduction to B.Sc.(Hons.) Computer Science and Entrepreneurship

Introduction to B.Sc.(Hons.) Computer Science and Entrepreneurship

Computing and Information & Communications Technology are an integral part of today’s modern society, playing a significant role economically and politically while acting as a vehicle for information in many sectors. This 3-year program is intended to bridge the gap between students’ academic knowledge in computing and the real life world of business in computer science. This will be done through hands-on and interactive projects that provide opportunities to engage with potential customers

This program has been specifically designed to offer students the unique opportunity to develop a well-rounded and thorough understanding of computing as an entrepreneur. This program incorporates self-directed projects encouraging entrepreneurial development through innovative creation. The proposed program aims to develop students’ computing knowledge and skills, and provides them with a platform to plan, start, develop and run their own software business. Graduates of the program will be able to start their own software/ IT business, join an incubator program to further develop their ideas and skills or work in a dynamic software development environment.

As a foundation, the program aims to develop students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills, enabling them to analyze, specify, design, develop, and test efficient and innovative computer-based systems. In this program you will with a number of specialist topics including databases, programming language design and implementation, operating systems, logic, security, component technology, software engineering, artificial intelligence and computer graphics. The entrepreneurial side of the program will help you gain an understanding of the behaviour of people and organizations; and integrative study of business and management and the external context in which organizations operate and an awareness of the key internal functions and processes that shape, and are shaped, y strategic choice. You can expect to engage with a number of specialist topics like Strategic Management, Scenario Thinking, Consumer Behaviour and the influence of Advertising, Corporate Social Accountability, Sustainable Development, International Banking, International Business and International Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management.
A major in Sociology and Anthropology lays the foundation for career in Social Welfare, Law, Physical and Mental Health, Environmental Problem Solving and Assessment, Urban Planning, Education, Development, Foreign Aid and Agricultural Development.
The student should have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks or equivalent grade in 10+2, in any discipline, to be eligible for this program.


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Dr. Priyanka Banerji
Dr. Priyanka Banerji

Department of Art,Media,Humanities and Social Sciences
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Dr. Nandani Sharma
Dr. Nandani Sharma

Department of Art,Media,Humanities and Social Sciences
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