Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Program Offered at University of Eldoret


University of Eldoret (UoE)

Uasin Gishu County

Bachelors Degree 4 years Fulltime Fee: on application Intake: Ongoing

Bachelors Degree (Accredited by: University of Eldoret)

About Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Bachelors Degree program.

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science degree program at eldoret University, prepares students for rewarding, cutting-edge careers  in software engineering, system administration and management, and research and development in industrial and governmental laboratories.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree programme at University of Eldoret is available as a fulltime programme at the University of Eldoret Main Campus as well as the University of Eldoret, Eldoret Town Campus.

Objectives of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Students who complete the bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Eldoret University will be able to demonstrate:

  • Proficiency in programming and web development.
  • Competence sufficient to work on small and large programming projects.
  • Advanced knowledge of programming languages (C++ or Java), database management or computer networks, operating systems, and computer architecture, as well as web languages and software engineering.

Entry requirements for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

To be eligible for entry into the Bachelor of Computer Science degree program at Eldoret University, a student requires to meet either of the following minimum educational requirements.

  • A minimum mean grade of C+ at KCSE, and at least a C+ in Mathematics, Physics or Physical Sciences, OR
  • 2 Principal passes, one of which must be in Mathematics or Physics at A-Level, OR
  • KNEC Diploma in Computer Studies or its equivalent from a recognized Institution by UoE Senate.

About University of Eldoret

The University of Eldoret is situated approximately 9 km along the Eldoret-Ziwa road in Eldoret town, Uasin gishu County.
It was founded in 1946 by the white settlers as a Large Scale Farmers Training Centre. In 1984, it was converted to a teachers training college and renamed Moi Teachers Training ... read more