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Object Oriented Programming

In this course, students will learn: (i) Object oriented design and software development by performing and discussing OO design for re-use of general purpose applications and small Java applets; (ii) Demonstrate correct use of the basic Java features in a working program: objects, classes, methods,   handling, decisions  and iterations; (iii) Demonstrate correct use of the following advanced Java features in a working program:  in heritance, encapsulation, over loading, polymorphism, abstract classes and interfaces; and (iv) Demonstrate knowledge of GUI-based event-driven programming in a w



The course introduces learners to the techniques of developing and managing database. It will also focus on appropriate skills for information retrieval.AimTo enable learners acquire techniques of developing and managing databases and retrieving information   



Designed to equip students with techniques of managing health records and data. It covers health information terminologies, filing methods, sources of data, data capture and data protection acts   



Aim: To develop students’ understanding of theory and practices of publishing management and book trade    


Systems Programming

Systems programming is aimed at teaching students how to write pro- grams using system level services.  The system of instruction is UNIX due to availability of free system tools that have been largely developed by and for the academia.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Aims:


Data Structures and Algorithms

DescriptionThe course gives  students a firm foundation of data structures and algorithms. The course trains students on systematic development and analysis of algorithms.  The importance of algorithm complexity on computer performance is emphasized. Typical computational problems and their solutions/analysis are to be covered.The aims of the course are to:


Discrete Mathematics

Discrete mathematics is sometimes called finite mathematics. It is the study of mathematical structures that are fundamentally discrete, in the sense of not supporting or requiring the notion of continuity. Most of the objects studied in finite mathematics are countable sets, such as the integers. Discrete mathematics has got many interesting applications to computer science. Concepts and notations from discrete mathematics are used to study or express objects or problems in computer algorithms and programming languages


User Interface Design


  • The course introduces the principles of user interface development, focusing on design, implementation and evaluation.

Aims: The course aims at providing the skills listed below to students:


Database Management Systems

  This course is to provide students with a strong foundation in systematic approaches to design and implementing of database applications. Preliminarily, operations like requirements gathering and database planning will be covered. The course will also introduce students to developing of application programs that talk to the database.

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