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Essitech International trains high-level general engineers in computer science, with particular emphasis on software engineering. The training revolves around a common base focused on the design and production of software as well as options allowing students to choose a computer science specialty in which they wish to acquire additional skills. <p></p> FROM THE 3RD YEAR 4 OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM <p></p> LARGE SCALE SYSTEM<br> <mark>Large-scale distributed applications and systems. Topics covered: challenges of the widespread use of the Internet, distributed infrastructures and the cloud, parallel computing and the use of multi-core architectures</mark> <p></p> SECURITY<br> Security of computer and electronic systems, protection of information, physical devices and software implementations. Topics covered: the construction of security mechanisms (cryptology, secure programming, network security, trust, intrusion detection)yarnt <p></p> MEDIA AND INTERACTIONS<br> Analysis and modeling of media such as image, video, text or speech, interaction tools adapted to user needs. Topics covered: computer graphics, virtual reality, motion capture and analysis of human gestures, image/video analysis and language processing <p></p> BIGDATA<br> Meeting the challenges of the “data deluge”, processing and creating value from big data: the technologies and infrastructures to choose to benefit applications. Topics covered: advanced databases, modeling, statistics, social networks, data mining and large graphs

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New Dawn University

The Computer Engineering degree is for students interested in both programming and hardware. The required classes cover software engineering, computer science, and electric and digital circuit designs. <p></p> Goal <p></p> Train senior technicians and computer engineers: <mark> <br> - Frameworks in analysis and programming; <br> - Professionals in software engineering / computer application development; <br> - Agents of information systems management and database operation. </mark> <p></p> Why study Computer Engineering? <br> Computer engineering integrates electronic engineering with computer sciences. Computer engineers design and develop computer systems and components for computation, control, data storage, input/output and networking. Computer engineers integrate these components into computer and network systems. This <mark>requires a good working knowledge of both computer science and electrical engineering.</mark <p></p> Computer engineers work in technology industries involving computer systems design and related services. They may work in research and development in the physical, engineering and life sciences, or they may work in environments with computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing, semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing, or in government.

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Joseph KI-ZERBO University

The Computer Science Program prepares students for careers in computer science through learning based on practice and grounded in theory. Students learn how to analyze, design, build, test, and deploy computer-based systems by making technical trade-offs between performance, scalability, availability, reliability, security, maintainability, cost and societal impact. Marshall’s computing facilities are state-of-the-art and readily available to students. <p></p> Supporting the mission of the University to provide innovative undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the development of society and the individual. The Computer Science Program is committed to our alumni who, within a few years of their graduation, are expected to: <mark><br>1) be employed in fields of Computer Science <br>2) engage in life-long learning and professional development through self-study, continuing education or graduate and professional studies <br> 3) become effective communicators, collaborators and innovators. <br>4) practice professional ethics with social responsibility addressing social, technical and business challenges.</mark> <p></p> The program exposes students to a range of other disciplines, such as the natural sciences, social sciences, economics, and business so they gain an understanding of the real world scenarios. Theoretical courses are supported by rigorous laboratory tasks.