Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS) - Pokhara University

Pokhara University

Science and Technology

4 year(s)

The four-year Bachelor of Computer Information Systems (BCIS) program of Pokhara University integrates information technology with business management - an integration that best responds to the emerging needs of the modern business. This program attempts to develop the technical skills and organizational insights in students to analyze, design, implement and manage information systems. 

BCIS is an intensive program that strongly and adequately emphasizes both conceptual foundations and practical applications, both in the areas of information technology and management. After graduating from the program, many of our students have pursued Masters level programs in the US, UK and elsewhere in the world.


The BCIS program aims, among others, at: 

  1. Preparing students to take up entry-level managerial positions and to start a professional career in computer information systems;
  2. Inculcating a positive attitude, abilities and practical skills so essential for competent and responsible computer professionals; and
  3. Developing independent, critical and creative thinkers with analytical and problem-solving skills. 
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Admission criteria

Pokhara University offers Scholarships to study Bachelor of Computer Information System (BCIS) Program.

Scholarships Quota is as follows:

  1. Nobel College: 2(Two)
  2. Apex College: 5 (Five)
  3. Crimson College of Technology:2 (Two)

Curricular structure

The Curricular Structure  of Bachelor in Computer and Information Sytem
  1. A student needs to successfully complete 120 credits Hours of course work to graduate from the BCIS program. Recognizing the need for both breadth and depth in a quality academic program, the curriculum for the BCIS program comprises of six distinct components.
  2. Six courses (18 credit hours) in analytical tool area;
  3. Three courses (9 credit hours) in support areas to provide a student with a strong foundation in communication skills;
  4. Nine courses (27 Credit hours) in basic areas of management to help students understand and appreciate the diversity of and the interrelationships between various functional areas of business and management;
  5. Seventeen courses (51 credit hours) in computer and information technology related areas
  6. A six credit internship to provide a student with an opportunity to gain real-life practical experience; and
  7. Three courses (9 credit hours) in elective area to help a student develop a degree of functional expertise in area of business or computers.

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