Accra, Sept. 15, GNA
– Webster University Ghana, has introduced a new undergraduate programme,
computer science, aimed at preparing students in solving deep multi-dimensional
According to a
release in Accra, Webster University Ghana, in an effort to maintain its lead
in creating global citizens for individual excellence, has introduced a
Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.
The programme is
intended to prepare students to gain a deeper understanding of the concepts and
principles of software and hardware systems in resolving profound problems.
Christa E. Sanders, commenting on the new programme said the course is to help
students in the technological world.
“We are excited to
introduce Computer Science as our latest undergraduate offering at Webster
“The BSc in Computer
Science is an outstanding and challenging programme that equips students with
the computational thinking and problem solving skills needed to excel in a
technology driven world.
literacy is an absolute must and students graduating from this programme will
be highly in demand for the jobs of tomorrow,” she added.
The Campus Director
maintained that at the end of the four-year programme, students will be able to
demonstrate critical thinking skills in the field of computer science.
“The programme will
spark ingenuity and advance the way they think and relate to the world.”
is US based University based in St Louis, Missouri with international campuses
in nine countries around the world on 4 continents.
Ghana is the first
and only country in Africa to have a Webster campus.
Students have the
option of studying abroad at any of the campuses in the network for a year and
pay the Ghana campus tuition fee.
They also have the
option of transferring permanently to the other campuses.
In addition to the
newly introduced BSc Science programme, the Ghana campus offers Bachelor of
Arts programme in Management, Media Communications and International Relations
for its undergraduate course.
At the graduate
level, the University offers a Master of Business Administration and a Master
in International Relations.