Pokhara University's Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS) degree is a four-year curriculum that combines information technology and business management. It is the integration that responds to the modern world's evolving demands by providing students with the information and skills necessary to analyze, create, build, and manage business systems. The course has a 124 credit hour value.

Database design and management, computer coding languages, marketing, accounting, electronic commerce, computer software, network administration, and resource management are all covered in this curriculum by Medhavi College. To solve problems and offer assistance for a range of business demands, students learn to encode, organize, analyze, and use computer systems and digital databases.

Every semester, Medhavi College offers non-credit courses to its students. These courses cover the technological market need and prepare students for the following job paths:

  • Programmers
  • System analysts
  • Information analysts
  • Database managers
  • Network administrators