The Bachelor of Science degree program in Computer Science
In the Computer Science Department at Webster University Geneva, WUG’s objective is not just to provide students with a solid background in the different areas of the discipline, but also to encourage and help develop students' creativity and originality.
Classes combine theory and practice with practical work constituting up to 50% of the class time. Individual and teamwork projects are another essential feature of pedagogy and classes are small to enable students to receive individual help from professors. Many of faculty are also IT professionals or active researchers and will provide students with insight of the latest technologies.
- TOEFL PBT
- TOEFL iBT
- Duolingo English Test
Entry requirements include successful graduation from an accredited secondary institution with a diploma program recognized for entry to university-level studies, such as the U.S. High School Diploma, the French baccalaureate, other European baccalaureate programs (such as the British GCE Advanced Level, etc), and the International Baccalaureate. For those applicants from beyond the U.S., Switzerland or EU system: a secondary diploma that is recognized for university-level admission from an institution that is approved by the national/state Ministry of Higher Education.
Minimum of English Proficiency Exams Accepted Score for Admission:
- TOEFL paper-based – 550;
- TOEFL internet based (ibT) – 80;
- IELTS Overall score – 6.0;
- Duolingo (online) – 120;
- Versant (Pearson Online) – 68;
- iTEP (online) – 3.7;
- E3PT (online) – 70;
- Cambridge English Exam – 169.
With a computer science degree, alumni can work as software developers, web developers, information security analysts, data scientists, and computer scientists. A bachelor's degree in computer science meets the requirements for many of the best tech jobs.