The study of computers and computing, as well as their theoretical and practical applications, is known as computer science.
The principles of mathematics, engineering, and logic are used in a wide range of activities in computer science, including algorithm creation, software and hardware development, and artificial intelligence.
Students would employ technology learning to solve problems and plan for the future. They would also construct applications by writing and programming software. Their main focus, however, is on validating and developing models for human-computer or software-device interaction
andidates are admitted for the above course on the basis of their paper qualification and work experience. However, the general admissions into National Diploma programmes are:
The general requirement for a National Diploma is 5 o/level credits (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB or equivalents) in not more than two sittings and a pass in JAMB UTME for the appropriate year of entry. Another mode of entry is a pass of the NVC (National Vocational Certificate) from an approved institution.