Ruparelia owned Victoria University is planning to introduce new courses in artificial intelligence and robotics.
This was revealed by Vice Chancellor, Mr Krishna Sharma during the university’s fourth graduation ceremony held at the Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort last Friday.
He said the faculty is working round the clock to bring in real training possibilities in the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, information security and computer forensics.
The university’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is also set to launch a fully-fledged language centre which will be teaching English, French, and Chinese language.
During the graduation ceremony, four out of 52 graduates emerged with first classes and were awarded plaques and cash prizes of Shs500,000 each.
Social Work and Social Administration’s Shayna Allen scored a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.93. She was awarded Shs2m and three plaques.