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SS CASE IT is significantly contributing to today’s engineering industry by providing knowledge to technical personnel at the undergraduate level (Electrical & Computer Engineering, Computer Science) and at the graduate level (Software Engineering, Information Security, and Electrical and Computer Engineering.) keeping in view the requirement of skilled manpower for the local industry. To fill the gap of software part in the existing engineering programs, SS CASE IT intends to launch a Master of Science in Computer Science degree at the Graduate level as part of its Faculty of Computing.
The MS in Computer Science provides intensive preparation in the concepts and techniques related to the design, programming, and application of computing systems. Students are provided a deep understanding of both advanced and important current issues in computer science so that they may either obtain productive employment or pursue advanced research. The MS in Computer Science program requires the student to take a broad spectrum of courses, while simultaneously allowing for emphasis in desired areas of specialization close to software technologies, systems and networks, multimedia, visual computing, embedded systems, information security engineering, software engineering, and information systems.
The graduates of this program can enter the work force by planning, organizing, developing, managing and maintaining informatics systems. For the most capable and determined students, in particular, who will continue with a doctorate, management careers will come available, because a solid competence on the principles of complexity and problems solving goes together with the ability to interact, team-work, and innovative proposals. Least but not least, individual capabilities are of the maximum importance: computer science is still a field where newly created innovative companies created by enterprising young people, often can top consolidated enterprises on time and quality.
To become eligible for the award of an MS degree, a student must satisfy the following requirements:
Degree in a relevant subject, earned from a recognized university after 16 years of education with at least 60% marks or CGPA of at least 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0).
The following courses are recommended to be completed as prerequisites against core courses of the program if required:
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Assembly Lang./Computer Architecture
Theory of Automata
These prerequisite courses will be shown in the transcript as non-credit courses. The student will be admitted to the program as per the recommendations of the Academic Affairs Committee