Admission Requirements


5 ‘O’ Level/SSCE credits in not more than two sittings; credits to include: English Language, Mathematics, Physics and other relevant science subjects.  Minimum UTME requirement as set by JAMB in relevant subjects

Direct Entry Requirements

a) In addition to ‘O’ Level requirements, candidates must have passed at credit level in at least two science or related subjects in A Level

b) Two Advanced Level passes in Mathematics and either Physics, Chemistry or Biology

c) Upper Credit in ND/NCE in Mathematics and another science subject.

Career Prospects

Computer is used every day to drive processes and operations.  From individuals to corporate organisations, computer has proven to be one of the most productive tools of all times.  While many are end-users who just apply computer, a few people sit up to design both the hardware and software that enable the computer to serve the society. 

You belong to this selected few as a Computer Scientist.  Studying for a degree in this course will open you to a whole new world of these possibilities and rewarding career opportunities in every sector.

At Redeemer’s University, our Computer Science curriculum has a high practical content to help our students develop advanced knowledge and sound technical skills, and apply these effectively. 

The curriculum is also reviewed constantly to keep up with relevant developments in the world of Information Technology so that our graduates will have the competitive edge in their careers. 

Our course includes the core topics of programming, software engineering and computer networking.  Students also get the opportunity to study different operating systems and develop database applications while developing and analysing challenging problems through interactive teaching and project work.

The curriculum also includes a 6-month Industrial Training programme relevant to students’ field of interest.  The training is designed to give our students first-hand working experience, an opportunity to apply their technical knowledge and skills to real-life situations and work with professionals in the field.

Computer Science is the driving force of the modern society.  Corporations and parastatals across sectors require the professional and specialist skills of the computer scientist. 

The skills are required in sectors such as: information technologies, aerospace and defence, financial organizations, management consultancy firms, telecommunication companies, manufacturing industries, data warehouses, multinational companies, government agencies, Agriculture, universities and hospitals.

Also, graduates have the advantage of combining computer skills with other skills and capabilities in fields such as marketing and human resources. Professional roles available include:

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