MS Program (Computer Science)
The Master in Computer Science program at DSU is designed to help students advance their professional knowledge and skills beyond the bachelors level. The specific objectives of the program are such that the graduates will be able to:
- Engage in critical thinking and problem solving; which is essential for study at doctoral level.
- Understand the computing profession with respect to professional, social, and ethical issues; that will prepare them to potential challenges in the future.
- Analyse the computing needs of user communities and individual users.
- Prepare a design to solve computational problems using state-of-the-art knowledge and information resources.
- Solve the real world problems using algorithmic abstraction for the betterment of mankind.
The MS in Computer Science Program at DSU is a hybrid of the academic and professional degree to establish an integrated breadth and depth based curriculum model. A rigorous 24 credit hour course work in followed by 9 credit hour thesis work unified with student's chosen depth-oriented specialities. The program is spread over 4 semesters with minimum 33 credit hours that are based on 4 core courses of fundamental computing with 4 electives from a wide range of electives. Our research focus is on Computational Linguistics, High Performance Computing, Intelligent Systems, Ubiquitous Computing and Human Computer Interaction, Software Engineering & Information Management, and Network & Information Security, Computer Graphics and Visualization and Bio-Informatics.
- Bachelors degree or equivalent (minimum 130 credit hours post FA/HSSC/Grade-12 equivalent) with sixteen (16) years of education in Computer Science or Engineering or a closely related discipline with a CGPA of 2.5/4.0; and
- NTS GAT General Test with a minimum cumulative score of 50% or other such equivalent tests accepted as per HEC guidelines.
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