To be the frontier for proving cutting–edge technological solutions to ICT problems through well-groomed and result-oriented graduates.


To provide students with high quality programmes that confer requisite skills for job placement or entrance into graduate degree programmes. To train students to analyse, design, implement and test object-oriented software solutions to “real world” problems.

To enable students appreciate the value of efficient designing created to meet clearly- stated requirements. To prepare students to blend their computer abilities to problem-solving skills specific to other domains.

To develop in students capabilities to work in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams.


Two Departments exist and are fully operational.

The Departments are:

  • Department of Information Communication Technology
  • Department of Computer Science


The programmes currently being pursued are:

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

  • Information Systems (KNUST) 
  • Bachelor of Science in Information and
  • Communication Technology (KNUST)
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (JUST, China)


  • Master of Science in Computer Science (JUST, China)
  • Programmes undergoing Process of Accreditation
  • The programmes currently under processing are:
  • Master of Science in Computer Science (UDS)
  • Master of Science in Actuarial Science & Statistics (UDS)


In order to enhance the Internationalization Agenda of the College, the School of Computer Science was involved  in practical programmes  such  a s Workshop ,  Conferences ,  Industrial Trips, Admission  Drive ,  Research and Innovation. Seminars were organised for students and faculty on various themes. Typical among which were “Securing Data in the 21st Century” and Cyber Security in the 21st century. Students also embarked on Industrial Attachment and other forms on Internship as part of the activities to bridge the gap between industry and academia.



To promote Staff Development in the School, staffing vacancies have been filled and offices created for Lecturers. Administrative staff have also had their positions regularised for smooth operations. Seven lecturers are currently pursuing PhD programmes in various fields of study.