Computer Science is the discipline of solving problems via solutions that are implemented on computers. These problems can arise from a variety of areas, such as commerce, finance, mining, science, engineering, mathematics, music, and entertainment. To be a successful Computer Science student, you will need to be creative and have good critical thinking skills, analytical ability, and mathematical ability.
The undergraduate Computer Science curriculum teaches you the fundamental mathematical and scientific principles behind Computer Science, as well as the practical skills required. You will be taught how to design and implement programs, and how to analyse them for correctness and efficiency. You will also take courses in computer networks, database systems, operating systems, artificial intelligence, formal languages, software design, and data structures.