The four-year Bachelor of Science in Computer Science programme was introduced in the 2013/2014 Academic Year. The programme was designed in response to a recognized need from the information, communication and technology industry for university graduates who have a detailed knowledge, appreciation and fundamental understanding of the various computers, their production, harnessing, conversion, and environmental concerns associated with the use of IT.
The Department of Computer Science and Informatics is concerned with the theory, design, development and application of computer systems and information processing techniques.
The mission of the Department is to educate undergraduate and post graduate students as well as the broader community in the fundamental concepts of the computing to help society solve problems.
|Name||Qualification||Designation||Area of Specialization|
|Prof A. F. Adekoya||PhD, M.Sc.,
(Abeokuta) B.Sc, MBA (Ogun), PGD
|B. A. Weyori||PhD, MPhil (KNUST) BSc (UDS)||Lecturer||Artificial Intelligence|
|Augustine Takyi||MEng (HUST, China) BSc (UG, Ghana)||Lecturer||Networking Information Security Community based networks Internet of things|
|Obed Appiah||MPhil (KNUST), BSc.(KNUST)||Lecturer||Signal Processing|
|Christopher Bombey Ninfaakang||MSc.(UoM, India), BSc.(UG, Legon)||Lecturer||Computer Security, Big Data, Human Computer Interaction|
|Peter Appiahene||MPhil(KNUST), BSc(UEW)||Lecturer||Decision Support Systems|
|Daniel Adu Gyamfi||MEng(UESTC,
|Lecturer||Big Data Processing, Predictive Models, Network Security, Mobile Data Security|