Computer Science offered by SECS is the study and application of processes and techniques for problem solving using computing methods and information technology. The Computer Science program aims to develop skilled computer scientists with the technical background, interpersonal and communications skills, knowledge, and adaptability to contribute to the development of well-designed, robust, computer-based solutions to a range of problems in business and industry. Excellent career opportunities exist for Computer Science graduates in business, industry and in government sectors as programmers, systems analysts, computer systems and network managers, user support officers, and software engineers etc.
This is an up-to-date combination of courses from both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. This program aims to develop skilled hardware engineers with software credentials possessing the technical background, skills and adaptability to chip in to the advancement of control systems, nanotechnologies, robust processing, artificial intelligence, and embedded system based solutions to a range of problems in service, business and industry. Graduates in this field develop careers in areas such as advanced manufacturing, telecommunications and electronic systems, engineering analysis, maintenance and design, production and operations management, engineering research and development etc.
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
This degree provides basic knowledge of Electrical & Electronic engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals. Laboratory works are integrated to develop the basic skills needed to perform and design experimental projects, formulate problems and to plan a process for solutions taking advantage of diverse technical expertise and skills. Excellent career opportunities exist for the EEE graduates in business, industry and in government sectors as technologists, system engineers, electrical engineers, electronic engineers, network specialists, power engineers, and control engineers etc.