Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Engineering


About the Dual Degree Program

Adamson University signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Minghsin University of Science and Technology (MUST) for a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Engineering dual degree program. This entails a stronger collaboration between the two institutions in the fields of research, engineering and computing sciences.

 

Through the program, students will receive the degrees Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Adamson University and Bachelor of Science in Information Engineering from MUST, strengthening their academic credentials and preparing them for global competence.

 

Minghsin University of Science and Technology (MUST)?

Minghsin University of Science and Technology (MUST) is a private university located in Xinfeng Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. It was established in 1963 as a junior college

and was later upgraded to a four-year institution in 1997. The University’s mission is to provide education in science and technology-related fields.

 

MUST offers a range of undergraduate and graduate programs across various disciplines, providing a well- rounded education that combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills to prepare students for the workforce. 

 

The institution has a strong emphasis on research and innovation, collaborating with industry partners and government organizations to promote technological advancements and contribute to economic development. MUST also fosters international collaborations and exchanges, welcoming students and scholars from around the world.

 

What is Computer Science and Information Engineering?

The study of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE) addresses the design, development, and use of computer systems and technologies, and combines aspects of computer science and information engineering. It is an interdisciplinary field that combines the theoretical foundations of Computer Science with the practical application of Information Engineering principles. It encompasses the study of algorithms, programming, software development, data management, information systems, and network technologies. Professionals in this field are equipped to work in a wide range of industries, including software development, data analysis, cybersecurity, information management, and computer networking.

 

Computer scientists study theoretical underpinnings of computer systems, computation and problem-solving, hence, the program’s Computer Science component focuses on the underlying notions, ideas, and methods of computation, namely on skills and expertise development in programming languages, data structures, algorithms, computer architecture, operating systems, databases, artificial intelligence and software engineering. 

 

Meanwhile, Information Engineers collect, store, retrieve, and process information in a variety of fields. Following such description, the dual degree’s Information Engineering element highlights the application of Computer Science concepts and methods in information systems, data management, database design, information security, data analytics, human-computer interface, and network engineering to efficiently process, manage, and utilize information.  


Program Objectives


Dual Degree Recognition

Having degrees in Computer Science and Information Engineering can open and further career opportunities as it validates your expertise and skills in both fields.

In-Depth Knowledge

The program equips you with knowledge and skills from two areas of study, leading you to have the professional and technical edge in applying such expertise in various industries.

Broad Range of Skills

The program curriculum prepares you for dynamic careers in technology with a diverse range of trainings such as programming, software development, database management and development and information security.

Cross-cultural Experience

With its international linkage, the program fosters your cross-cultural experiences and exchanges, as well as your development as a globally competent professional.

Diverse Career Options

The wide range of technical skills and knowledge the program offers leads you to diverse career options in the field of technology, including software development, network administration, database management and cyber security.

International Apprenticeship

The double degree program provides international apprenticeships for hands-on experience and exposure to diverse technological environments and setups.
 

Sub-Areas of Computer Science and Information Engineering


Software Systems

  • Software Development
  • Operating System
  • Databases
  • Networking and Security
  • Computer Graphics & Animation
  •  Artificial Intelligence
  • Image Processing
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Computer Games
  • Telecommunications
  • Operating System

Hardware Systems

  • Computer Architecture
  • Computer Networks
  • Microprogramming
  • Memory System
  • Performance Analysis
  • Computer Vision

Scientific Computing

  • Simulation and Modeling
  • Computational Science
  • Computational Physics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Medical Informatics
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Machine Learning
  • Computational Science

Computer Theory

  • Discreet Mathematics
  • Logic Formulation
  • Algorithms
  • Information Theory
  • Graph Theory
  • Computability Theory
  • Probability
  • Advanced Statistics
  • Formal Languages

Administration


  • Dr. Eleanor S. Austria
    Dean
  • Mrs. Maria Katrina V. De Paz
    Chairperson, Chemistry Department
  • Ms. Ma. Christina R. Navarro
    Chairperson, Computer Science Department
  • Mrs. Marvi L. Aresta-Bayrante
    Chairperson, Information Technology & Information Systems Department
  • Mr. Robertson A. Laban
    Chairperson, Math and Physics Department
  • Mr. Wilhelm M. Javier
    Chairperson, Biology Department
  • Dr. Joseph Terell M. Malabuyo
    Chairperson, Psychology Department

Email Address

computer.science@adamson.edu.ph