• Prof. Yinshan Tang
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  • Dr. Abdulai Mohammed-Sani
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  • Prof Yinshan Tang of University of Reading visits Valley View University Faculty of Science. From left, Dominic Damoah: HOD, Computer Science; Yinshan Tang: Director of Internationalization; Edward Danso Ansong: Dean, Faculty of Science
  • Prof. Dr. Dr. Daniel Buor Addressing the Participants of the 1st Annual International Conference on Advances in Computing Science
  • Dr. Abdulai, Mohammed-Sani at 1st Annual International Conference on Advances in Computing Science
  • Former VVU Computer Science Student on a Robotics Project
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  • Institute of Computer Science - Valley View University
  • Leola Hall - Valley View University
  • Mr. Ronky Doh - Lecturer
  • Mr. Prince Amoako - Lecturer
  • Mr. John Kingsley Arthur - Lecturer
  • Mr. Nelson Mukuze - Doing a presentation of HL7
  • Mr. Michael Asare - Doing a presentation of Human Resource Management System
  • Mr. Edward Danso Ansong - Address Students During an ICT EXPO
  • Mr. Kofi Adu-Manu Sarpong - Lecturer

WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

The need for trained computer scientists is one of the challenges that face the rapidly growing Ghanaian economy.  The world economy is experiencing the effects of rapid globalization and the impact of the emerging information age characterized by information and communication technologies (ICTs).  The role that the Computer Science field and industry can play to support the socio-economic development process has been recognized by governments world-wide including the government of Ghana.

It has also been acknowledged that the world-wide shortage of qualified human resources in the computer field has been one of the main obstacles to the deployment, exploitation and the development of ICTs to accelerate economic and social development.  This problem is more felt in the developing countries like Ghana, than is the case in the industrialized countries.