PGD Computer Science

September or January entry

Start date

1 year



Fees per session

Problem-solving lies at the heart of Computer Science, making this one of the most exciting and forward-thinking courses you can study.

Study Modules

  • Fundamentals of Computer Programming
  • Computer Communications and Networks
  • Principles of Computer Security
  • System Analysis and Design
  • Mobile and Web planning
  • Introduction to Computer System
  • Computer Programming
  • Database Management
  • Data Structures & Algorithm
  • Design and Analysis of Algorithm
  • Research Methodology
From hardware design to software development and networking, your understanding of the practical requirements and constraints will help you to design and implement better solutions.

PGD Computer Science - FAQs

  1. University Matriculation of 5 credit passes including English, Mathematics &two other relevant Science subjects at O-Level; and
  2. Approved Bachelor’s Degrees in a relevant Science discipline with at least 3rd class division; or
  3. Higher National Diploma (HND) in relevant programmes with Upper Credit may be considered.

Many of the concepts on this course involve mathematical techniques, therefore you are expected to have a working knowledge of calculus and should know the basics of vectors and matrices, probability and statistics.

Whether you’re progressing from education or currently working within the industry, our postgraduate courses aim to provide you with the required knowledge, skills and experience; as well as challenge your approach to complex situations. By providing practical project experience, team working opportunities and specialist knowledge of your chosen pathway, we can help develop your ability to work collaboratively and apply theory to real-life situations.

Our programme is designed to give graduates the up-to-date skills and knowledge sought after by employers, whether in business, industry, government or research.

This course will prepare you for a career in many areas including research, IT or software development. If your first degree was not in computer science, it will enable you to apply advanced computing techniques to your original discipline or to change career direction into the IT industry.

The core modules are generally taught and assessed using case studies in lectures and seminars and in some modules group project-based work. Tutors are experts in their field with many having practical experience in industry and the professions which will help combine your academic knowledge with practical application. Many aspects of teaching and assessment are grounded in real life situations and, where possible, live projects are incorporated into the teaching.

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