School of Computing and Mathematics (SCM)

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Greetings! We are excited that you are visiting our website. The School of Computing and Mathematics offers courses that are some of the fastest growing in computing and mathematics. The school provides opportunities for students from all backgrounds and locations.

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Dr Shem Mbandu- Dean SCM
Dr Shem Mbandu-(PhD)-Dean School of Computing and Mathematics

Welcome to the CUK School of Computing and Mathematics

We are thrilled to extend a warm welcome to you as you explore the digital home of the School of Computing and Mathematics at The Co-operative University of Kenya (CUK). Our school is a vibrant and dynamic hub of academic excellence, where knowledge and innovation converge to shape the future of computing, mathematics, and related fields.

Our school comprises two distinguished departments: the Department of Mathematics Sciences and the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. Each department boasts a team of dedicated and experienced faculty members who bring a wealth of knowledge from both research and teaching realms. Their commitment to nurturing and shaping the minds of our students is truly commendable. Read more

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SCM Launches BSc. in Software Engineering Programme The long awaited Bachelor of Science in Software programme has finally been launched in the School of Computing and Mathematics, Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. The first batch of students in this programme are already in their first year of study. This is a programme that is specifically designed to address the market need for software development using a formal approach and cutting edge technologies. The programme was developed with the input from industry experts to ensure conformity with the current market needs in software development. With an ever growing domain of applications development, graduates of this programme are expected to make a key contribution in the design and development of secure information system applications in diverse areas of the economy. The programme places significant emphasis in the use of open source tools whis is inline with the growing software development trends globally. It is delivered through a competency based approach that focuses on complex outcomes that address real world issues through exposure to a series of mini-projects aimed at inculcating design thinking skills, creativity and scientific approaches to problem solving through applications development. The programme is currently open for applications for both KUCCPS and Self-sponsored modules at our Main Campus, Karen. To apply for this programme, click here.

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