Computer Engineering


Computer engineering is a fast-changing discipline concerned with the design and analysis of computer systems applied to the solution of practical problems. Computer engineering at ANUC includes a mandatory, integrated co-operative education program in which students gain up to two years of practical work experience.

MISSION:  This department has a mission of offering courses in computer hardware, software and communications systems and learn about circuit analysis, systems and signals, digital logic design, electronics, software design and implementation, computer architecture and microprocessors, computer networking, concurrent programming and real-time operating systems.

Head of Department


Dr. Phillip Kisembe
BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

[email protected]

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Why Study Computer Engineering?

If you are interested in math, science, and computers, you should consider a degree in Computer Engineering. Engineers like to innovate, be creative, work in teams, explore how things work, design new products, and solve problems. As computers continue to integrate themselves into our everyday lives there is a need for engineers who understand their principles of operation and how to innovate new applications.

Graduates of this program have career opportunities in many industries, including computer systems design, digital systems, systems analysis, software engineering, data communications, information systems and more.


A bachelor of engineering degree, with a major in computer engineering, prepares students for a variety of careers including:

  • software design engineer
  • Network planning engineer
  • Digital hardware design engineer
  • System manager
  • Communications engineer


  • A state-of-the-art Computer Lab with more than 100 high-performance computers running the latest version of Windows and Ubuntu (Unix Based Operating System).
  • The university has wired and wireless 24/7 High speed internet access which is available to students on campus and at the university hostel.
  • An up to date standard Library and E-Library
  • Conducive lecture halls


Dr. Phillip Kisembe BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

Head of Department


i. Phillip Kisembe and Jeyasekar. 2012. A survey on file sharing in peer to peer systems. International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation (IMRF). Vol. 2.

ii. Phillip Kisembe and Jeyasekar. 2013. Free riding in peer to peer systems. Kongunadu College of Engineering & Technology. Vol. 1.

iii. Phillip Kisembe. 2014. A study on peer to peer storage systems. All Nations University Journal of Applied Thought (ANUJAT). Vol. 3.

Dr. Theophilus Knight Oware BSc, M.Tech, SRM Ph.D

Mr. Samuel Banning Full time BSc, ME

Mr. Daniel Boateng Anane BSc, M.Tech (IT)

Mrs. Vera Anane Aboagye BSc, MCA

Engr. Joseph Danso BE, ME

Engr. Nina Pearl Doe BE, ME


i. Nina P. D., Alfa S., Suganya V. An Efficient Method to Prevent Information Leakage in Cloud. International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE). Volume 16, Issue 3, May-Jun. 2014.

ii. Suzzie A. A., Nina P. D. Social Media & Business Growth: Why Small/Medium-Scale Enterprises in the Developing World Should Take an Advantage of it. (A Case of the country Ghana). International Organization of Scientific Research Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM). Volume 16, Issue 5. May. 2014

Engr. Mensah Sitti BE, ME


i. Mensah Sitti and Kenneth Okaitei Mensah, Improving Health Care delivery in Ghana: A need of Urgency for NHIS Card Upgrade. International Conference on Advance Trends in ICT and Management. April 2016. (Won Best Paper in Cloud Management)

ii. Mitigating DDoS Attack through Shortest Path Bridging: IEEE 802.1aq, Journal of Applied Thought – A Multidisciplinary Approach. August 2015 Edition

Miss. Gillian Kisembe BSc, M.Tech

Engr. Ralph Osei BSc

Mr. Moses Kofi Appiah BSc.

Engr. Julius Jejeniwa BE, M.Tech

i. Julius O. Jejeniwa. “Comparison of Performance Metrics for Source on Demand Routing Protocol” Journal of Applied Thought Vol. 6 (2018). pp 259.

ii. 2nd International Conference on “Advance in Computing Sciences, Information Techniques & Emerging E-Learning Technologies” (ACSITEET 2014) Research topic: Optimized Dual Head Cluster Algorithm for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.

Engr. Christian Obo Mintah BE

Emmanuel Kofi Osei BSc

Kenneth Mensah BSc

Mr. Mavis Asumadu BSc.