The Computer Science program at Fatima Jinnah Women University is a unique effort to provide students with the knowledge, skills and experiences to become successful practitioners and leaders in the field of computer science.
CS program at Fatima Jinnah Women University is career oriented, and courses offered offer a bright chance for Women of Pakistan to actualize themselves in the field of IT. The program is organized to enhance students' understanding of the theories, concepts and practices of computer science and to enable them to develop new competencies.
This program gives student a solid background in the theoretical principles underlying computer science and ensures that graduate acquire the intellectual tools necessary to keep up-to-date in this rapidly evolving discipline. The emphasis is on practical application, research & enabling student’s master software development techniques along with providing an up-to-date basis for theoretical concepts.
Courses are designed by experts in the field of IT at par with the courses offered at international universities. Courses are regularly reviewed, and new courses are introduced that are consistent with the demand in this region and incorporate the impact of technology changes. Good computer facilities are available for class assignments, team projects, and individual studies. Students are challenged to seek original insights throughout their study. Working in teams, participating in summer internships, supporting student professional organizations, and developing interdisciplinary projects are strongly encouraged. Students have unlimited access too fully equipped computer labs for practical assignments, along with on going seminars, workshops by invited IT experts of National / International repute.
This program will enable the graduates, to develop an understanding of the theoretical concepts that underlie the field of computer science; apply the theory to the practice of computing; foster an active, visible, and productive research; assume responsible positions in computing in industry and government at the research, planning, and development levels; and develop a foundation for continuing education and growth in the field of computer science.