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The School of Science and Technology is one of the three faculties of Dominion University College, which came into full operation five years ago. The school at the moment has one program running: Bachelor of Science (BSc.) in Computer Science with Management. The school has plans of rolling out courses such as BSc. in Project and Operations Management, BSc. Mobile Computing and Applications Development, and BSc. in Information and Communications Technology, come September, 2018 in the 2018/2019 academic year.

Science is important because it teaches an understanding of natural phenomena. Science aims to stimulate our natural curiosity in finding out why things happen in the way they do. It teaches methods of enquiry and investigation to stimulate creative thought.

Technology has important effects on business operations. No matter the size of your enterprise, technology has both tangible and intangible benefits that will help you make money and produce the results your customers demand. Technological infrastructure affects the culture, efficiency and relationships of a business.

The goal of science is the pursuit of knowledge for its own sake while the goal of technology is to create products that solve problems and improve human life. Simply put, technology is the practical application of science.

The faculty members are experts in their respective fields with requisite qualifications (both professional and academic), who deliver quality teaching to our students and prepare them adequately for the job market.


Core mandate

The mission of the Department of Computer Science with Management is to provide undergraduate and graduate education that will prepare students to become thoughtful and productive members of the computing profession and community. It is also aimed at helping students appreciate the organizational and managerial dimensions of information systems.


  1. The department will provide high quality undergraduate and graduate education in computer science with management by enhancing teaching effectiveness, refining curriculum to keep the program current with the rapidly changing computer technology and providing equipment/facilities for students to access and gain practical experience.
  2. The department will provide effective academic advising systems to promote student learning, development outcomes and achievement of educational goals.
  3. The department will remain current in the discipline through professional development and scholarly activity, and increase opportunities for a number of collaborative faculty/student research projects.
  4. The department will serve the University College, and the nation through the practice of professional activities and service in the computing field.


The following objectives are to be met by students obtaining a degree in Computer Science with management. Students, upon graduation will:

  1. Possess practical and theoretical knowledge of computer science and software engineering, sufficient to earn a living and contribute to the economic development of the nation.
  2. Be prepared for advanced education in computer science and software engineering.
  3. Understand and respect the professional standards of ethics expected of computer scientists and software engineers and appreciate the social, organizational, and managerial impact of computing.

Recognize the importance of and possess the skills necessary for life-long learning.

The program structure are as follows:

Year One Semester one:

English for Academic Purpose

French for Communication

Governance and Public Administration

Calculus I

Principles of Programming

Spiritual Formation

Information Technology 1

Year One Semester two:

Principles of psychology

Principles of Social Behavior


Programming with C++

Calculus II

Information Technology 11

Logic and Critical Thinking

Introduction to Compilers

Information Technology 1

Year Two Semester One:

Programming in Java

Systems Analysis and Design

Discrete Structures and Theory I

Probability and Statistics

Data Communications

Economics I (Micro)

Principles of Management

Year Two Semester two:

Data Structures and Algorithm

Human Computer Interaction

Discrete Structures andTheory II

Basic Networking Principles

Economics II (Macro)

Principles of HRM

Numerical Methods

Year Three Semester one:

Multimedia Systems

Software Engineering

Database Management I

Computer Organization and Architecture

IT Project Management

Computer Graphics

Biblical Philosophy of Leadership

Year Three Semester two:

Web Technologies

Networks and Distributed Computing

Database Management II

Operations Management

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Research Techniques in IT

VB Programming

Year Four Semester one

Decision Support Systems

Operating Systems

Strategy & Organizational Policy


Legal, Ethical, social & professional Issues in computing

Final Project (1)

Year Four Semester two:

Final Project (11)

Systems Administration

Computer Security

Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP)

Software Modelling and Analysis

Option (Mobile computing)

Option (Cloud Computing)