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  • C.

    Ward

  • B.

    Sc. (UWI), M.Sc. (Sus),

Ph.D. (Essex)

  • S.

    Yussuff

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    Sc. (UG), M.Sc. (Surrey),

  • M.

    Sc. (Lond)

  • H.

    Ali

  • B.

    A. (UWI), M.Sc. (Lond),

  • M.

    Phil. (Sus), Ph.D. (UWI)

  • R.

    Antoine

  • B.

    Sc., M.Sc. (UWI), M.S.,

Ph.D. (FSU)

  • C.

    de Matas

  • B.

    Sc., M.Phil. (UWI), M.A. (Pgh),

Ph.D. (UWI)

  • K.

    Rahaman

  • B.

    Sc., Ph.D. (UWI)

  • A.

    Shirley

  • B.

    Sc., (UWI), M.Sc.,

Ph.D. (Northeastern)

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    Wahid,

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    Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,

(UWI), AFTICA

  • R.

    Devenish

  • B.

    Sc., M.Phil. (UWI)

  • A.

    Mohais

  • B.

    Sc., M.Phil. (UWI)

Ms. S. Mohammed

Ms. C. Hutchinson

Ms. D. Adams

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

Lecturer, Computer Science

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Lecturer, Computer Science

MAJOR/DOUBLE MAJOR IN COMPUTER SCI- ENCE

The requirements for a major in Computer Science are:-

Senior Lecturer, Mathematics

Lecturer, Mathematics

For the major, students are required to take the six (6) core courses (24 credits) which include COMP 2000, COMP 2100, COMP 2200, COMP 2500, COMP 3000 and COMP 3100 plus another eight (8) advanced credits, for a total of 32 credits. For the double major, students are required to take 64 credits in Computer Science courses including the core courses.

MINOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

Lecturer, Mathematics

Students are required to take the two (2) core courses COMP 2000 and COMP 2500 plus any two (2) of the following courses :COMP 2200, COMP 2700, COMP 3000, COMP 3100, COMP 3150 and COMP 3250.

Lecturer, Mathematics

COMPUTER SCIENCE

The following courses are likely to be taught in 2003/2004:

Lecturer, Mathematics

SEMESTER I

Senior Lecturer, Mathematics

Introductory Part COMP 1011 (CS10M)

COMP 1100 (CS11E) COMP 1200 (CS11F

Introduction to Information Technology Computer Programming 1 Computer Programming II

Assistant Lecturer, Computer Science

Assistant Lecturer, Computer Science

Secretary

Clerical Assistant

Clerical Assistant

Advanced Part COMP 2000 (CS20A) COMP 2100 (CS20E)

COMP 2200 (CS21E) COMP 2300 (CS22A

COMP 2600 (CS25E) COMP 2700 (CS27E) COMP 3100 (CS31A) COMP 3400 (CS33B) COMP 3300 (CS33E) COMP 3500 (CS34M) COMP 3750 (CS37A)

Data Structures Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Computer Architecture Programming for Business Applications Theory of Computing I Database Management Systems I Operating System Artificial Intelligence Programming Languages I Internet Technologies I Numerical Computing

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