Computer Science is a highly important field of study that plays a crucial role in researching and solving theoretical problems as well as fundamental techniques of information technology and com. This discipline focuses on studying fundamental knowledge in computing to apply algorithms and mathematics to real-world problems. Specifically, Computer Science addresses various issues such as the principles of computer operation, data structures representation within computers, and basic theories in the field of computing, among others.
A Bachelor of Computer Science has a deep understanding of theory and practical applications in computer science. With foundational knowledge, graduates can engage in various areas within this field, ranging from research, software development, and artificial intelligence, to information technology system architecture. They have specialized knowledge, analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as the ability to create software that meets market demands.
After graduating in Computer Science, students will achieve the following:
- A solid grasp of the principles and theories of computation in computers, how to represent and manage data and knowledge, and the ability to analyze and design algorithms to solve practical problems.
- In-depth knowledge of some areas in the computer science field to come up with optimal solutions to specific problems.
- Proficiency in several popular and modern programming languages, with strong programming skills to address specific issues, and the ability to self-learn new technologies and programming-related tools.
- How to use software development tools to build software products following industrial models and adapting to current trends.
- The ability to access and apply Artificial Intelligence to deep research and real-life applications.
- Sufficient knowledge to become a Chief Information Systems Architect, with the ability to integrate systems, standardize information, and develop comprehensive processes for businesses or organizations using information technology.
- How to establish and program computer network systems such as remote communication, webinars, and other related applications.
- Linear Algebra
- Statistical Probability
- Discrete Mathematics
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Digital Technology
- Programming languages
- Object-oriented Programming
- Computer Architecture
- Operating System Principles
- Computer Networks
- Information Theory and Encoding
- Formal Language and Automata
- Machine Learning
- Introduction to Data Science
- Information System
- Database Management System
- Object-Oriented Analysis And Design
- Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Technology
- Software Engineering
- Software Testing and Quality Assurance
- Software Project Management
- Java Programming
- Net Programming
- Mobile Application Programming
- Modern Issues in Computer Science
- Distributed Database
- Data mining
- Big data
- Advanced Information Systems
- Python Programming
- Information Security
- Network Design and Administration
- Network Security
- Advanced Statistics
POST-GRADUATION JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Graduates in Computer Science can perform various jobs, including:
- Research, deploy, and manage IT infrastructure systems (including software systems, computer networks, and information systems)
- Develop software to meet market demands.
- Work as senior-level programmers.
- Research and develop artificial intelligence algorithms to meet market demands.
- Pursue further studies and conduct advanced research in the field of computer science (Master's, Ph.D.)