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Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)

Category: Information Technology / Computer Science & Engineering

Course Details:

About this course The aim of the computer science and engineering department are To prepare students for graduate training in some specialized area of computer science. To prepare students for jobs in industry, business or government and To provide support courses for students in engineering, mathematics and other fields requiring computing skills. Program Objectives: Upon successful completion of a major in computer science and engineering students will be able to: Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving techniques using the computer Demonstrate proficiency in at least two high-level programming languages and two operating systems Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems Demonstrate comprehension of modern software engineering principles Demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in the discipline of computer science

Program Background: Computer science is the base and platform for countless industries and disciplines. Today’s employers need graduates with both a solid foundation in the principles of computer science and specialized computing skills and backgrounds – individuals with a generalist’s knowledge, but an expert’s eye for innovation and problem solving. It only makes sense that a computer science education reflects this reality. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program at the prepares students to leave school with the tools needed to become innovators and global leaders in computing. Common roles for graduates include computer programmer, software designer and engineer, financial analyst and scientific researcher. Learning Outcomes: Our student learning outcomes for the B.S. program in computer science are: Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing and other relevant disciplines to identify solutions. • Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of computing requirements in the context of the program’s discipline. • Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts. • Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on legal and ethical principles. • Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline. • Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions

Course Syllabus

Course details

Computer science is the base and platform for countless industries and disciplines. Today’s employers need graduates with both a solid foundation in the principles of computer science and specialized computing skills and backgrounds – individuals with a generalist’s knowledge, but an expert’s eye for innovation and problem solving. It only makes sense that a computer science education reflects this reality. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program at the prepares students to leave school with the tools needed to become innovators and global leaders in computing. Common roles for graduates include computer programmer, software designer and engineer, financial analyst and scientific researcher.

Course Curriculum

Four Year B.Sc. Honours Course

  • 1st year

    First Year Courses

      First Year

      1st Semester

    • 7 readings
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language Lab
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit Lab
    • Reading: Calculus
    • Reading: Physics
    • Reading: English
    • 2nd Semester

    • 6 readings
    • Reading: Digital Systems Design
    • Reading: Digital Systems Lab
    • Reading: Discrete Mathematics
    • Reading: Linear Algebra
    • Reading: Statistics and Probability
    • Reading: History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh

    Assessment

    • Three written papers form the First University Examination, together with a submitted portfolio of two exam essays of 2,000 words for Introduction to English Language and Literature.
    • All exams must be passed, but marks do not count towards the final degree.
  • 2nd year

    Second Year Courses

      Second Year

      1st Semester

    • 7 readings
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language Lab
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit Lab
    • Reading: Calculus
    • Reading: Physics
    • Reading: English
    • 2nd Semester

    • 6 readings
    • Reading: Digital Systems Design
    • Reading: Digital Systems Lab
    • Reading: Discrete Mathematics
    • Reading: Linear Algebra
    • Reading: Statistics and Probability
    • Reading: History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh

    Assessment

    • Three written papers form the First University Examination, together with a submitted portfolio of two exam essays of 2,000 words for Introduction to English Language and Literature.
    • All exams must be passed, but marks do not count towards the final degree.
    • Combined with a handful of model sentence structures, to generate Lorem Ipsum which looks reasonable. The generated Lorem
  • 3st year

    Third Year Courses

      Third Year

      1st Semester

    • 7 readings
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language Lab
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit Lab
    • Reading: Calculus
    • Reading: Physics
    • Reading: English
    • 2nd Semester

    • 6 readings
    • Reading: Digital Systems Design
    • Reading: Digital Systems Lab
    • Reading: Discrete Mathematics
    • Reading: Linear Algebra
    • Reading: Statistics and Probability
    • Reading: History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh

    Assessment

    • Three written papers form the First University Examination, together with a submitted portfolio of two exam essays of 2,000 words for Introduction to English Language and Literature.
    • All exams must be passed, but marks do not count towards the final degree.
  • 4th year

    Fourth Year Courses

      Fourth Year

      1st Semester

    • 7 readings
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language
    • Reading: Structured Programming Language Lab
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit
    • Reading: Electrical and Electronic Circuit Lab
    • Reading: Calculus
    • Reading: Physics
    • Reading: English
    • 2nd Semester

    • 6 readings
    • Reading: Digital Systems Design
    • Reading: Digital Systems Lab
    • Reading: Discrete Mathematics
    • Reading: Linear Algebra
    • Reading: Statistics and Probability
    • Reading: History of the Emergence of Independent Bangladesh

    Assessment

    • Three written papers form the First University Examination, together with a submitted portfolio of two exam essays of 2,000 words for Introduction to English Language and Literature.
    • All exams must be passed, but marks do not count towards the final degree.
    • Combined with a handful of model sentence structures, to generate Lorem Ipsum which looks reasonable. The generated Lorem

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Date: 12 may, 2021

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