Do friends and family frequently turn to you for computer-related assistance? Do you take pride in solving their tech dilemmas? If so, you're in the right place—welcome to Notre Dame University-Louaize (NDU)'s Computer Science Department!
Our computer science majors explore computer systems, and the way humans and computers interact from a scientific perspective. Our curriculum covers both the theory and design of software and hardware. In essence, computers can be programmed to execute nearly any task you can envision, and the art of translating your ideas into computer programs is an unparalleled skill.
The process of translating your ideas into computer programs is unparalleled; your concepts must be meticulously organized and highly structured for a computer to grasp them. The programming endeavor is exceptionally demanding, and it's reasonable to anticipate that only individuals with the requisite discipline and proper education can truly excel. Here, at the Computer Science Department of NDU, we've meticulously crafted our program, striking a harmonious balance between theory and practical application. As a result, when you complete your studies, you will be thoroughly equipped for the job market and well-prepared should you choose to pursue graduate studies.
Over the years, the Department of Computer Science at NDU has developed a strong reputation for providing diverse opportunities in undergraduate and postgraduate education and research. With a clear vision for the future, we continue to introduce new initiatives and programs, enabling both our faculty and students to reach their full potential and meet the ever-evolving demands of the market.
The Department of Computer Science (DCS) at NDU proudly offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degrees, providing a wealth of options for your academic journey:
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science (94 credits) - Accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET.
- BS in Computer Science–Information Technology (94 credits)
- BS in Computer Science–Computer Graphics & Animation (94 credits)
- BS in Business Computing (94 credits)
- BS in Business Computing–Management Information Systems (94 credits)
- BS in Geographic Information Systems (91 credits)
- Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science (30 credits)
If you wish to learn more about us or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.. We look forward to helping you embark on a fulfilling journey in the world of computer science.
Dr. Hoda Maalouf