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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

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Admission
Fall & Spring Intake
Duration
4 Years
Semester
8
Campuses Offered
Cantt, Raiwind and Barki campus
Entry Requirements
Minimum 50% in inter or equivalent examination

Introduction

The latest developments of ICTs have removed the identity of the place, time, and community which has created knowledge-intensive technology-driven complex workplaces. These changing patterns of the 21st century have introduced new challenges to universities’ education. The BSIT program teaches students foundational aspects of IT and prepare them to be successful professionals.

Program Objectives

01

The objective of the program is to equip students with skills and knowledge enabling them to take on appropriate professional positions in IT and grow into leading roles.

02

The goals of the program are to produce IT graduates who have the ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline to analyze a problem.

03

To identify IT requirements appropriate to its solution which helps design, implement and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component and program to meet desired needs.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must achieve minimum 50% marks in Intermediate or equivalent qualification.

For Intermediate Students 01

FA/FSc/I.Com/D.com or intermediate or equivalent degree with a minimum of 2nd division or with minimum of 50% marks.

For Associate Degree Holder 02

The candidates with Associate Degree in any discipline can also apply provided they have CGPA 2.5 or above.

Year 1

Semester 1
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CSC-101 Intro to Computing & Social Media Technologies - (2-1)
CSC-102 Programming Fundamentals - (3-1)
ENG-103 English Composition & Comprehension - (3-0)
MTH-101 Calculus & Analytical Geometry - (3-0)
PHY-101 Applied Physics - (3-0)
GEC-101 Islamic Studies/ Ethics - (2-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 18(16-2)
Semester 2
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CSC-112 Object Oriented Programming - (3-1)
ENG-203 Communication & Interpersonal Skills - (3-0)
MTH-103 Linear Algebra - (3-0)
ACT-121 Principles of Accounting - (3-0)
CSC-102 Discrete Structures - (3-0)
GEC-103 Pakistan Studies - (2-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 18(17-1)

Year 2

Semester 3
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CSC-211 Data Structures & Algorithms - (3-1)
CSC-202 Data Communications and Computer Networks - (3-1)
CSC-200 Fundamentals of Digital Logic Design - (2-1)
CSE-201 Software Engineering - (3-0)
ITC-201 Web Systems and Technologies - (3-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17 (14-3)
Semester 4
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
CSC-214 Operating Systems - (3-1)
CSC-213 Database Systems - (3-1)
CSE-211 Human Computer Interaction - (3-0)
ENG-205 Technical and Report Writing - (3-0)
ITC-202 Multimedia Systems and Design - (3-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17 (15-2)

Year 3

Semester 5
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
ITC-311 Database Administration and Management - (3-1)
ITC-312 Information Technology Infrastructure - (3-0)
STA-201 Probability & Statistics - (3-0)
GEC-210 Software Entrepreneurship - (3-0)
ITC-313 System and Network Administration - (3-1)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 17 (15-2)
Semester 6
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
ITC-314 Virtual Systems and Services - (3-1)
IT Elective - 1 - (3-0)
IT Elective - 2 - (3-0)
GEC-301 Global Professional Practices - (3-0)
ITC-315 Information Technology Project Management - (3-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 16 (15-1)

Year 4

Semester 7
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
ITC-498 Capstone Project I - 0-3
IT Elective - 3 - (3-0)
IT Elective - 4 - (3-0)
CSC-422 Information Security - (3-0)
CSE-423 Formal Methods in Software Engineering - (3-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 15 (12-3)
Semester 8
Course Codes Course Title Pre Req. Credit Hours
ITC-499 Capstone Project II - 0-3
ITC-411 Cyber Security - (3-0)
IT Elective - 5 - (3-0)
ITC-451 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems - (3-0)
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 12 (9-3)

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About Degree Value

The IT degree program meets all the Information Technologies requirements and provides knowledge and skills to work in emerging fields of computing, software and communication technologies. The graduates get the senior level jobs in the communication industry. The communication and software industry is growing very fast and providing more opportunities for IT graduates.

Career Prospects

The World Wide Web, email, bulletin board systems, virtual communities, E-business and other online technologies forced organizations to find IT-based solutions to all kinds of business challenges. The IT graduates work for different types of jobs for industry like Network Administrators, Network Engineers, Web Developers, IT consultants and Network Designers.

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