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The school of science, computing and artificial intelligence offers programmes in Computer Science, Information technology and an Interdisciplinary degree in Data Science, Innovation management and computer Science. Computer science curriculum is relatively broad and with an emphasis on the underlying theories and fundamentals. Information Technology focuses on computing and needs of individual users; tends to involve a study of systems (perhaps just software systems, but perhaps also systems in support of learning, of information dissemination, etc.).

The interdisciplinary major focus on the amalgamation of courses from various areas into a grounded major. The curriculum in this major expose students to a portfolio of skills in economics, management, computing, and data science that are increasingly valued in the business world.

Follow this link for a detailed description of different computing disciplines prepared by the ACM: