First in the southern hemisphere to offer a BSc Hons (IT) degree formally accredited since 2003 by the highly respected and professional BCS: The Chartered Institute for ITSee Courses And Programmes
The BSc (IT) degree is a 3-year degree with Computer Science and Informatics as majors. Mathematics must be taken as far as second year. This course is formally accredited by the BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT.
A 3-year degree similar to the BSc (IT) degree, also formally accredited by the BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT after completing the BSc Honours (IT). The majors (Computer Science and Informatics) stay the same. However, a different set of electives may be taken over the first two years.
An extended 4-year offering of the BSc (Computer Science and Informatics). This degree is also formally accredited by the BCS: The Chartered Institute for IT for students entering from 2018 and completing the BSc Honours (IT).
A 3-year degree in Computer Science and Informatics with a special focus on Artificial Intelligence.
The BSc Hons (Information Technology) degree is the Academy's Flagship degree. After completion of the degree students will fully comply with the educational component to register as Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) with the BCS. More information
The Computer Science Honours and Informatics Honours degrees each consist of a variety of modules along with a compulsory year project. For more information on these qualifications please contact the Academy
A brand new Honours Course with specialization in AI. For more information, see the Faculty's Postgraduate Yearbook
A brand new Honours Course with specialization in Cyber Security. For more information, see the Faculty's Postgraduate Yearbook
A master's degree in either Computer Science or Informatics gives you the opportunity to focus on a single area and in so doing become an expert. For more information, contact the Academy
A doctoral degree gives you the opportunity to examine complex problems at technical and philosophical levels. For more information, contact the Academy
We are proud to present a brand new Short Learning Programme focused on the creation of intelligent systems using a multitude of modern techniques and technologies. For more information view the video below or click on the following link:More information
Our extra-curricular courses provide you with a wide-ranging, academically based and industry oriented training.More information
This Certificate is directed towards parties working full time who want to get a formal qualification in Information and Cyber Security. The Certificate is on NQF Level 5, and successful students will get an official Certificate from the University of JohannesburgMore information
This Short Learning Program introduces students to the field of Digital Forensics. It will empower students with the knowledge of the whole process of digital investigations, acquiring digital evidence and preparing such evidence to stand up in court. This Certificate is on NQF Level 5, and successful students will get an official Certificate from the University of Johannesburg.More information
On an annual basis, we host a winter school over the course of 10 weeks covering all pratical work needed for grade 12 students in preparation for their final examinations.More information Facebook page
Mr Sithungu presented at The Summer Institute of Computational Social Science (SICSS) sponsored by the Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study (JIAS) and The Institute of Pan-African Thought and Converstion (IPATC).
The title of his talk was "Machine Learning Bias and Why We need More African Datasets."
Prof Wai Sze Leung was featured in the University of Johannesburg’s Teaching Innovation for the 21st Century publication, which showcases exemplary teaching and learning practices at the university.
Tevin Moodley, published in Nature: Scientific Reports and the paper was featured in a news article published on EurekAlert! "Science News Releases". The article reads as follows.
"The greatest cricket batsman - Sir Donald Bradman - used a lateral batting backlift technique. Now, AI can spot batters who also use a lateral backlift. UJ researchers built the first deep learning AI model that can do this, using video only."
Click on the button below to view all of the Academy's snippets and achievements over the course of the past year.More information