Master of Computer Science(MCS) - Lincoln University College


Lincoln University College

Computer and IT

2 year(s)


Master of Computer Science (MCS) is two years Globally Accredited Computer Science Degree, offered by Lincoln University College. The alumni of the Master of Computer Science course will acquire the necessary skills required to manage a network and maintain its security. We also provide laboratory facilities, for the study of key areas, such as network operating systems, network management and net-work implementation.

This program offers a unique opportunity to learn about specialist security techniques and use real-world networking equipment in a security context. Students are also educated about market-leading Cisco Routing & Switching Techniques, security appliances, ethical hacking techniques, vulnerability analysis, and penetration testing and data encryption technology.

PROGRAM AIM

The program aims to give knowledge with depth and accuracy of the impact of information technology within an organization, with society at large, and a detailed appreciation of the impact of information technology on the global scale. The students are taught to achieve their academic goals by engaging in scholarly activities related to the economic development of the region through partnerships with industry, inventors, and entrepreneurs. The objective is to apply the knowledge to help society to develop in a positive way.

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Eligibility

Entry requirements

  • Pass in Bachelor degree related to computer science or equivalent.
  • Must have secured a minimum CGPA of 2.0 in Bachelor’s level.

Curricular structure

  • Total Subject: 18

Total Credit: 66

Semester I

  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Design and Analysis Algorithms
  • Advanced Database
  • Internet Programming and Web Design
  • Telecommunication Systems

 Semester II

  • Advanced java
  • Neural Networks
  • Open Source Technology
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Mobile Computing

Semester III

  • Research Methodology
  • High-Performance Network
  • Cloud computing
  • Embedded systems
  • Information Security 

Semester IV

  • Project Paper