Faculty of Computingand Informatics

The Faculty of Computing and Informatics (FCI) established in 1997, under the Faculty of Science and shifted later to the Faculty of Development Studies as a department of Computer Science. In 2006, the department was elevated to the Institute of Computer Science. In 2016, the Institute was further transformed to the Faculty of Computing and Informatics which currently offers a dimension of programmes including – Bachelor of Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, short courses and postgraduate courses – MSc Information Systems, Health Informatics.Read more

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