Bachelors of Science in Computer Science and Information Technology (B.Sc. CSIT) is a four years course program of Tribhuvan University designed to provide students with all sorts of knowledge in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology. The program involves, in addition to conventional lectures, a great deal of practical and project works. The program develops the underlying principles of both Computer Science and Information Technology and shows how these principles can be applied into the real world problems. This program develops the skills that are essential for both computer professionals and IT specialists.

The design and implementation of B.Sc. CSIT course offers new challenges when compared to the traditional computing environment. The recent emergence of global business, new technologies for data processing and data communication / networking environment, equip specialized science graduates to focus on professional careers in Information Technology. This course provides the students with adequate theoretical and practical knowledge which will enable them to effectively participate in solving the complex problem of the IT industry.

Salient Features of the Course

  • Most suitable course curriculum that fulfills the current industry needs.
  • New course design meeting the global technology modernization and updated curriculum contents.
  • Thorough practical approach with great deal of project work and internship inclusive within the curriculum.
  • Wide area of elective courses with choices to be specialized in one or more path.
  • Extensive career opportunities in software publishing firms, scientific research and development organizations, telecommunications, computer networking companies, government and non-government institutions and more.
  • Semester based program of nation’s oldest and biggest university having international bilateral relations.

Mission of the Course

The mission of the B.Sc. CSIT course is to prepare the students to pursue career advancement in the field of information technology. At the completion of this degree, a student will be able to design the real world e-media products, developing theories to evolve new technologies or creating technical solutions to hardware and software problems, depending on the chosen area and electives.

The main aims of the B.Sc. CSIT program can be enlisted as follows:

  • To offer intensive knowledge in the field of theory, design, programming and application of computers.
  • Providing an in-depth understanding and experience with computer systems.
  • Developing creative and analytical skills that provides a basis for technical problem-solving.
  • Equipping students with the technical knowledge required for an IT professionals to handle multi-tasking and multi-programming situations and to assess and develop computer based solutions.
  • Imparting knowledge of computer and programming logic environment in IT.
  • To foster knowledge of advanced IT applications in different business sectors.
  • To provide intensive cognition in the field of functional knowledge of hardware system and the necessary knowledge of computer software system.

Curricular Structure

The B.Sc. CSIT curriculum is designed by closely following the course practiced in accredited international universities and institutions, subject to the condition that the intake students are from twelve year of schooling in the science stream or equivalent from any university recognized by Tribhuvan University. In addition to the core computer science course and elective courses, the program offers service courses to meet the need of high technology applications. The foundation and allied courses are designed to meet the need of undergraduate academic program requirements, and the service courses are designed to meet the need of market demand and fast changing computer technology and applications. Students enrolled in the four year B.Sc. CSIT program are required to take courses in design and implementations of computer software systems, information technology and foundation of the theoretical model of computer science and functional background of computer hardware. All students are required to complete a minimum of 126 credit hours of computer science and allied courses.

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