SCHOOL OF Computing and Engineering Sciences

Department of Computer Science

Prof  Yinka AdekunleProf Yinka Adekunle

The department provides the education and variety of skills necessary to succeed within high technology environments in industry, society and the church, and for software and hardware design, manufacture and maintenance in this decade. Through projects involving real life applications, students are given broad background knowledge of the technological enterprise system within a framework of moral and ethical guiding principles. Specifically, students are exposed to experiences that enable them to:


·  Know why information processing is essential in the electronic world.

·  Value modern technology, and appreciate the role computers play in the society.

· Handle simple tasks differently and better, e.g. process  data,  store  and  retrieve information through the use of existing smart microcomputer applications.

· Use the available software and hardware to simulate the physical world for improvement.

· Acquire the ability to integrate information systems into the business environment, and to exploit methods of leveraging business functions through information systems.

· Receive technical orientation and managerial skills for strategic use of information systems.

· Acquire  fundamental electronic knowledge  of  the  digital computer

· Proceed to graduate study in computer science, computer engineering, Project Management and mathematics.


Our mission is to build minds for leadership through quality information systems and computing integrated with Christian education, transforming lives, impacting society for positive change through the pervading influence of our graduates and staff, computing services to humanity.

Admission Requirements

Candidates seeking admission into the B.Sc. Computer Science (with options in Information Systems or Technology) program must satisfy the minimum University requirements for admission to the degree program which includes at least credit-level passes at the senior secondary school certificate examination (SSCE) or its equivalent in five subjects, at not more than two sittings, which must include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other science subject. In addition, prospective candidates must sit and pass the Babcock University entrance examination and interview. Furthermore, transfer candidates from other Universities would need approval from the University Registrar for such application to be effected.Candidates with diploma certificate from Babcock in the same field may be admitted by direct entry into 100 or 200 Level depending on their grades, provided they satisfy other Babcock University admission requirements.