INTRODUCTION TO BACHELOR OF COMPUTER AND IT:
The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science is perfect for students who want to combine their love of computers and how technology works with another major, whether it’s math or music.
The Bachelors of Computer science or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (abbreviated BCompSc or BCS or BS CS or B.Sc. CS) is a type of bachelor’s degree, usually awarded after three or four years of collegiate study in computer science, but possibly awarded in fewer years depending on factors such as an institution’s course requirements and academic calendar. In some cases it can be awarded in five years. In general, computer science degree programs emphasize the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing.
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Europe has become progressively a popular choice for students especially countries like France, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Italy etc. France and Italy are very imposing for culinary, fashion, arts and business. Earning a bachelor’s degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in.
Students in the field of computer/IT studies typically learn to utilize critical thinking skills in addition to their creativity to design and produce brilliant product.
Bachelor of Computer Science degrees from European universities often offer the opportunity to specialize or concentrate on a certain area of computer science, like software engineering, information technology, financial computing, artificial intelligence, networking, interactive media and more. Bachelor of Computer Science programs typically last for 3-4 years in Europe, though accelerated programs and extended courses may also be available.
TYPES OF COURSES:
- Software engineering
- Computer science and engineering
- Software development
- Computer engineering
- Bachelors in artificial intelligence
- Creative Computing
- Computer game development
- Computer games programmer
- Cyber security
- Digital arts
- Information systems
- Computer science with game development
- Information technology management
- Computer network technology
- Business Academy Aarhus
- Saxion University Applied Sciences
- University of Central Lancashire
- University of Groningen
- Bern University of Applied Science
- Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- International University of Geneva
- Hanze University of Applied Science
- If English is not your first language, you will be required to provide evidence that you are proficient in written and spoken English, normally demonstrated by a minimum of IELTS 6, or an equivalent level in another of our accepted English language qualifications for undergraduate or postgraduate study.
- Most academic departments are able to make conditional offers to applicants who do not meet the English language requirements when they apply for an academic programme, on the condition that the required level is achieved between the offer being made and the start of the course.
FUTURE JOB/ CAREER OPTION:
- Manufacturing of Information Systems
- Maintenance and Sales
- Software and Hardware Development
- Telecommunication Networks Expertise
- System programmer/Software Engineer
- System Analyst
- Network Administrator
- Chip Designer
- Web Designer