The College of Communication and Information Technology (CICT) is dedicated to improving people’s lives through excellence in research, service, and education and training for undergraduate and graduate students in the multicultural, multiethnic global society of the information age. We teach students, the one’s we refer to as Global Leaders how to communicate effectively, to obtain and evaluate information, to create, produce and disseminate effective communication messages, to make strategic use of knowledge, and to undertake research programs that contribute to the advancement of the Commonwealth and beyond. We seek to promote civic responsibility, service learning, and diversity.

Our Vision
To become a world-class ICT function powering the university into academic excellence.

Our Mission

To develop, deploy and support innovative, quality and sustainable ICT solutions and services that meet the changing learning, teaching, research and management needs of the University.

Our Core Values

We strive to abide by the virtues of integrity, honesty and meritocracy in all our activities

We commit ourselves to working as a team, with broad-based consultation

We embrace excellence, efficiency and effectiveness

We endeavor to carry out our duties with commitment, dedication and professionalism

We maintain a sense of self respect, discipline, responsibility and institutional loyalty

Departments

Department of Computer Science

Philosophy
The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Computer Science is a programme under the Department of Computer Science. The curriculum for this programme is designed to provide a broad introduction to the fundamentals of computer science including software and systems, programming languages, machine architecture, and theoretical foundations of computing. Students will be particularly well prepared for graduate study in computer science. Since computer scientists can apply their skills to so many diverse areas, students are encouraged to take courses of interest as electives from other programmes within and outside the College. It is expected that at least one programming language will be introduced to the students every semester.

Department of Information Technology

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Information Technology is a programme developed to provide specialist knowledge on the acquisition, processing, storage and dissemination of textual, vocal, pictorial and numerical information. The programme becomes necessary in view of demands for trained personnel who can effectively handle, direct and manage the large volume of information that are globally transacted means. Students are trained on the basic principles for handling information and on the devices for accomplishing the task. At the end of the programme, students shall be expected to have basic skills on the general usage, processing and application of information techniques and technologies.