Computer Science and Engeneering, unlike many other technical disciplines, does not have a well-described list of topics that appear in virtuallly all indroductory courses. However, the ACM/IEE (2004-2013) and EU E-Competence Framework recommendations underpin the design of the curricula. Furthermore, the institutions has been subject to external evaluations by external accreditation teams who have provided valuable inputs and advice in curriculum design process. The institution has a network of international academic and industry partners that have contributed to provide both the international best practices and local context in curriculum design. Lastly, the academic staff and students have contributed with their interests and valuable input.
The study programme draws on some of the best international practices and the curriculum content provides some similarities with other international institutions. The common core of the curriculum with other international best practices centeres on providing: (1) introductory courses in computer science and engeneering, (2) introducing computer science and engeneering pathways, (3) enabling student choice and free electives, (4) providing resources for practice and (5) providing qualified teachers and industry practicioners.
The programme shares the common core and has similarities with the followinng institutions: