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The science that deals with the study of living objects goes by the general name of Biology. Since both animals and plants are living, Biology includes the study of both. Biology is, therefore, divided into two branches - Botany, which deals with plants, and Zoology, which deals with animals.
Have you ever wondered why water evaporates? How acid rain is formed and why it is dangerous to the environment? Why keeping food cold retards spoilage? The study of Chemistry can answer all these questions and millions more like them. Chemistry is a central science. It is the study of substances, especially their structures, composition, properties and transformations. This knowledge enables us to understand changes and informs our decisions in making changes around us.
Computer Science and Information Technology are two competing perspectives of the study and use of computers and related technology. This distinction is becoming more increasingly important in academia. Computer Science grew out of the discipline of Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, whereas Information Technology was born out of Computer Science. Computer Science is primarily concerned with what is learnt when computers and related tools are used, while Information Technology is concerned with the humanistic aspects of Computer Science and what business values can be obtained from using computers. Computer Science is refined in focus, while on the other hand, IT is a broader integrative vision of the role played by computers in society.
Students in the department should have a strong commitment and dedication to their programme in order to succeed. The B.Sc. in Mathematics is internationally recognized by many universities. Having a solid foundation in pure and applied Maths is vital and applicable to almost every area of study. The Bachelors Degree in Mathematics is well structured to equip students with enough knowledge from which further studies can be pursued. The B.Sc. in Statistics is geared to deliver to students a

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