The Computer Sciences And Communication Systems program at Universidad Europea de Madrid is a study program that introduces and prepares students for careers in computer systems maintenance and administration. Students in this program learn through certification programs on how to configure and maintain the operation of a secure and stable computer systems network. Some of the studies in the program include database management, hardware fundamentals, operating systems implementation network security and network and internet. This program is specifically for students with an interest in working in the computer sciences sector. Career projections include systems administration technician, network technician, systems supervisor, and technical support personnel.
Graduates with a degree in computer science are highly sort in the international job market. SLU students master a selection of skills, such as software analysis, design and build, computer hardware and architecture, database design and applications and networking technologies.
The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science requires 107 credit hours of coursework and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science requires 113 credit hours of coursework.
Students often combine the Bachelor of Arts degree with another major or minor, providing students with a good understanding of the application and impact of computer sciences on society. The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science major requires 107 credit hours of coursework.
Computer scientists benefit from some of the biggest salaries and top job opportunities in the world. Studying in a major high-tech centre gives Suffolk majors an extra edge. Many of Suffolk University graduates move on to jobs in engineering and software development. Corporations like Amazon, Google and Yahoo have offices close to Suffolk’s Boston campus in Kendall Square, Cambridge.
Suffolk’s computer science major is extremely hands-on. From the beginning of the program, students will get significant experience with device-level programming and direct exposure to networks, computer structural design and programming for a complete understanding of software and hardware systems.
Many Suffolk majors go on to professions beyond software development. Advertising, television and film production, engineering and video-game design are all alternative careers that need computational expertise. A lot of students combine the computer science major with courses in art, math, engineering and design.
Bircham University’s Computer Science program delivers a wide coverage of the computer science field. This coverage is based on a generic viewpoint rather than a particular programming language. The program is suitable for all the students who are fascinated in learning how computers work, how computers are built and how they connect with other computers or with their human users. The Computer Science program provides a user-training on the up-to-date available software, in addition to material on data compression, network security, encryption, study of algorithms and database systems. It finally examines some of the ethical, legal and practical problems in this field.
Subjects covered on this course include: Computer Technology, Operating Systems, Computation & Data Structure, Programming Languages, Computer Science, Computer & Human Interaction, Database Management, Computer Architecture, Computer Systems, Computer Networks, Internet Technology, Web Administration & Security, Network Systems Management, Software & Hardware Management, Management Information Systems and Management Information Technology.
The Computer Science course is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.